Dance; an art in academe. Edited by Martin Haberman [and] Tobie Garth Meisel.

; Meisel, Tobie Garth
New York, Teachers College Press [1970] .

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Other Authors Meisel, Tobie Garth.
Subjects Dance -- Philosophy.
Dance for children.
Danse -- Philosophie.
Danse pour enfants.
Description x, 172 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Summary This book will acquaint the reader with the ideas and achievements of many distinguished artists and educators. The purpose is to bring dialogue on the nature of dance and its place in education closer to the point where action can be taken-- more real programs begun, more real children taught. -from dust jacket
Network Numbers (OCoLC)79468
(OCoLC)ocm00079468
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WorldCat Identities Haberman, Martin.
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