Dance, Disability and Law

InVisible Difference

Sarah Whatley, Charlotte Waelde, Shawn HE Harmon, Abbe Elizabeth Lockhart Brown, Karen Wood, Hetty Blades

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Abstract

This collection is the first book to focus on the intersection of dance, disability, and the law. Bringing together a range of writers from different disciplines, it considers the question of how we value, validate, and speak about diversity in performance practice, with a specific focus on the experience of differently-abled dance artists within the changing world of the arts in the United Kingdom. Contributors address the legal frameworks that support or inhibit the work of disabled dancers and explore factors that affect their full participation, including those related to policy, arts funding, dance criticism, and audience reception

Original languageEnglish
PublisherIntellect Books
Number of pages350
ISBN (Print)9781783208685
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2018

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Whatley, S., Waelde, C., Harmon, S. HE., Brown, A. E. L., Wood, K., & Blades, H. (2018). Dance, Disability and Law: InVisible Difference. Intellect Books.

Dance, Disability and Law : InVisible Difference. / Whatley, Sarah ; Waelde, Charlotte; Harmon, Shawn HE; Brown, Abbe Elizabeth Lockhart; Wood, Karen; Blades, Hetty.

Intellect Books, 2018. 350 p.

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Whatley, S, Waelde, C, Harmon, SHE, Brown, AEL, Wood, K & Blades, H 2018, Dance, Disability and Law: InVisible Difference. Intellect Books.
Whatley S, Waelde C, Harmon SHE, Brown AEL, Wood K, Blades H. Dance, Disability and Law: InVisible Difference. Intellect Books, 2018. 350 p.
Whatley, Sarah ; Waelde, Charlotte ; Harmon, Shawn HE ; Brown, Abbe Elizabeth Lockhart ; Wood, Karen ; Blades, Hetty. / Dance, Disability and Law : InVisible Difference. Intellect Books, 2018. 350 p.
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