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Editor's Note: Doing Indigenous Dance Today

  • Jacqueline Shea Murphy
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To Michael Tsosie, with love

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Bradshaw, Stephen. 2015. “Looking Back: Contemporary dance: a Māori perspective (Part one). Dance Research Aotearoa 3. http://dra.ac.nz/DRA/article/download/40/28.
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Hokowhitu, Brendan. 2014. “Haka: Colonized Physicality, Body-Logic, and Embodied Sovereignty.” In Performing Indigeneity: Global Histories and Contemporary Experiences, edited by Graham, Laura R. and Penny, H. Glenn, 273304. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.
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Silko, Leslie Marmon. 1981. Storyteller. New York: Arcade Publishing.
Swain, Rachael. 2015. “A Meeting of Nations: Trans-Indigenous and Intercultural Interventions in Contemporary Indigenous Dance.” Theatre Journal 67(3): 503521.
Teaiwa, Katerina Martina. 2008. “Saltwater Feet: The Flow of Dance in Oceania.” In Deep Blue: Critical Reflections on Nature, Religion and Water, edited by Shaw, Slyvie and Francis, Andrew, 107125. London: Equinox Publishing Ltd.
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