Sandra Noeth

Sandra Noeth (Dr. phil.) is a Professor at the HZT-Inter-University Centre for Dance Berlin (Berlin University of the Arts/University of Performing Arts »Ernst Busch«) and curator and dramaturge internationally active in independent and institutional contexts. She specializes in ethical and political perspectives toward body-practice and theory and in dramaturgy in body-based performing arts. As Head of Dramaturgy and Research at Tanzquartier Wien (2009-2014), Sandra Noeth developed a series of research and presentation projects on concepts and practices of responsibility, religion, integrity and protest in relation to the body. As an educator, she has been working with DOCH-Stockholm University of the Arts since 2012 and was Resident Professor in the 2015-16 HWP-program at Ashkal Alwan, Beirut.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Dance Theory, Dramatic and Dance Theory

Publications in the Series: Critical Dance Studies

Web: Academia.edu

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Resilient Bodies, Residual Effects
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Resilient Bodies, Residual Effects

Artistic Articulations of Borders and Collectivity from Lebanon and Palestine

Bodies, borders and collectivity: with recourse to artistic practices from Lebanon and Palestine, Sandra Noeth questions what it takes to cross a border, and what it takes to belong.
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Emerging Bodies

The Performance of Worldmaking in Dance and Choreography

How do dance and choreography create their own new worlds? This trans-disciplinary volume brings together seminal concepts and current inquiries of international dance studies.

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  1. Resilient Bodies, Residual Effects

    Frontmatter

    Seiten 1 - 4
  2. Table of Contents

    Seiten 5 - 8
  3. Table of Figures

    Seiten 9 - 10
  4. Acknowledgments

    Seiten 11 - 14
  5. Chapter 1. What does it take to cross a border? And what does it take to belong? Introduction

    Seiten 17 - 34
  6. Chapter 2. Negotiating Engagement: the Empirical Part of the Study

    Seiten 37 - 84
  7. Chapter 3. Artistic Case Study Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme: Contingency (2010

    Seiten 87 - 114
  8. Chapter 4. Artistic Case Study Farah Saleh: Free Advice (2015)

    Seiten 115 - 144
  9. Chapter 5. Artistic Case Study Dictaphone Group: Nothing to Declare (2013)

    Seiten 145 - 174
  10. Chapter 6. Becoming Border, Becoming Collective: Comparative Cross-Case Analyses, and Theoretical Discussion of the Findings

    Seiten 177 - 258
  11. Chapter 7. Resilient Bodies, Residual Effects: Closing Remarks and Perspectives for Further Research

    Seiten 259 - 268
  12. Chapter 8. Primary Sources and References

    Seiten 269 - 308

  13. Moving (Across) Borders

    A New War on Borders

    Seiten 117 - 132

  14. Wissen wir, was ein Körper vermag?

    Dramaturgien des Adressierens. Fünf Bewegungen

    Seiten 43 - 56

  15. Dance [and] Theory

    dé-position. Or How to Move in(to) the Future?

    Seiten 271 - 276

  16. Choreographie und Institution

    On Autodomestication: Zum Verhältnis von Tanz und Institution

    Seiten 53 - 64

  17. Emerging Bodies

    Frontmatter

    Seiten 1 - 4
  18. Contents

    Seiten 5 - 6
  19. Introduction

    Seiten 7 - 14
  20. The Collective That Isn't One

    Seiten 61 - 70
  21. Protocols of Encounter: On Dance Dramaturgy

    Seiten 247 - 256
  22. Notes on Contributors

    Seiten 257 - 263
  23. Backmatter

    Seite 264

  24. Konzepte der Tanzkultur

    We had no problem until we had to do something together…

    Seiten 159 - 168

  25. Zwischenspiele

    Hospitality is not equal. Über Choreographie als gastfreundschaftlichen Raum

    Seiten 203 - 216

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