Complied by dance critics Debra Craine (The Times) and Judith Mackrell (Guardian), the Oxford Dictionary of Dance includes biographies of notable dancers and choreographers – such as Carlos Acosta and Pina Bausch – explanations of technical terms, steps and new styles.
This edition also has 150 new entries – many of which also include useful websites – charting the rise of new digital technology, emerging dance languages and experimental genres. We've listed some of our favourites below.
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