The politics of courtly dancing in early modern England /
Skiles Howard examines the social and semiotic complexities of dancing as it changed over time and performed different work in court, city, and play-house. She shows how dancing reflected and shaped wider social changes: the performance of gender roles facilitated the formation of the patriarchal fa...
|Published:||Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, ©1998.|
|Series:||Massachusetts studies in early modern culture.
|Online Access:||EBSCOhost - Click to view - Access for Lincoln College students, faculty, and staff only|
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