Collected here are both current and past theses and projects produced by graduate students from the Department of Dance at the College at Brockport.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2016

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Climb into your skin: A Look at Personal Intimacy in Gaga Practice and Performance, Morgan Bernat

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Audience Emotion & Experience as a Source for the Development of New Marketing Strategies for Concert Dance, Maurice A. Fraga

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Translating Embodiment: A Look at Language and Cognition of Dance Performance from Studio to Stage, Samantha E. Johnson

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Arthleticism: Figure Skating and Modern Dance in Parallel, Chiquita Limer

Theses/Dissertations from 2015

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Moments of Geopolitical Choreography: Performance of Cultural Ideals in Nazi Germany, the Soviet Union and Beyond, Allison Bohman

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Katherine Dunham Technique and Philosophy: A Holistic Dance Pedagogy, Molly E. Christie Gonzalez

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Body Language: Seeking a Living Vocabulary for the Dancing Body, Colleen Theresa Culley

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Somatic Value System for Life and its Integration into Dance Practices, Bethany Good

Theses/Dissertations from 2014

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Oshun, Xica and the Sambista: The Black Female Body as Image of Nationalist Expression, Oluyinka A. Akinjiola

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Dance and Sport, Anna H. Corvera

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Combined Perspectives: Re-determining Aesthetic Value through Cultural Immersion, Yang Wang

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In the Margins: Dance Studies, Feminist Theories and the Public Performance of Identity, Julia Zdrojewski

Theses/Dissertations from 2013

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Mapping: The Relationships Between Concert and Commercial Dance, Nicole Kaplan

Theses/Dissertations from 2008

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Katherine Dunham’s Methodologies of Form and Function, Intercultural Communication and Socialization Through the Arts, as a Choreographic Model, Molly E. Christie Gonzalez

Theses/Dissertations from 2006

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TheROOTS : Bridging the Gap Between Africa, Minstrelsy and Hip Hop, Danisha Nicole Bailey

Theses/Dissertations from 2001

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An Analysis of the Rivero Modern Dance Technique, Gene Cumberbatch-Lynch

Theses/Dissertations from 1987

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A Choreographic Exploration of Judeo-Christian Themes, Beverly Cordova Duane