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Speaking up and speaking out : working for social and environmental justice through parks, recreation, and leisure
edited by Karen Paisley and Daniel Dustin
[Urbana, IL] : Sagamore Pub., ©2011
Baker Berry GV14 .S64 2011

Movies, moves and music : the sonic world of dance films
edited by Mark Evans and Mary Fogarty
Sheffield, Yorkshire ; Equinox Publishing, 2016
The sonic world of dance films / Mark Evans and Mary Fogarty -- From choreocinema to experimental screendance: a personal archaeology / Greg Faller -- From Beat Street to Step up 3D: the sound of street dance films / Mary Fogarty -- Space, authenticity and utopia in the hip-hop teen dance film / Faye Woods -- The school and "the streets": race, class, sound, and space in Step up and Step up 2 / Brian Su-jen Chung and Afia Ofori-mensa -- The essence and momentum of honey: an interplay of sound and movement / Diane Hughes -- Gone in a flash(dance): the estrangement of diegetic performance in the 1980s teen dance film / Kelly Kessler -- "Anything but ballet": individuality, genre-bending, and sexual expression in center stage / Gillian Turnbull -- Zoot suit mayhem: swing dance and the politics of revisionist history in Steven Spielberg's 1941 / Philip Hayward and Jon Fitzgerald -- Across the universe and nostalgia: re-presenting the Beatles through moving images and dancing bodies / Colleen Cunagan and Roxane Fenton -- Looking for the past in pastiche: intertextuality in Bollywood song-and-dance sequences / Usha Iyer -- The call to rize / Megan Anne Todd -- Resounding neurological ecologies: choreographing the body's lost interactions with the world / Sarah-Mace Dennis.
Baker Berry GV1779 .M68 2016

Glaube, Liebe, Schalke : die komplette Geschichte des FC Schalke 04
Grüne, Hardy
Baker Berry Oversize GV943.6.S33 G53 2012

Lift : fitness culture, from naked Greeks and acrobats to jazzercise and ninja warriors
Kunitz, Daniel, author
New York, NY : Harper Wave, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, [2016]
Into the new frontier -- The inner statue -- But is it good for you? -- Feeling, breathing, going to war -- Bodyweight politics -- Hercules and the athletic Renaissance -- Training for the mirror -- Acrobats and beefcake -- The tyranny of the wheel -- From women's work to the women's movement -- Practicing at life.

"A cultural history of fitness explores the ways in which human exercise has changed over time and what can be learned from our athletic ancestors, evaluating whether today's high-tech exercise machines are actually productive while making recommendations based on early health practices"--
Baker Berry GV342.27 .K86 2016

Hoedowns, reels, and frolics : roots and branches of Southern Appalachian dance
Jamison, Phil, author
Urbana : University of Illinois Press, [2015]
Introduction : Appalachia and Appalachian dance -- Diversity and cultural transmission in the southern mountains -- The southern square dance -- Square roots -- Transforming tradition -- Cecil Sharp and the Kentucky Running Set -- Sharp's legacy -- "Barn dances with calls" (1924-1933) -- The Virginia Reel -- Religion and dancing -- Couple dances -- The cakewalk -- Appalachian step dance -- Clogging : Appalachian step dance on stage -- Community dance in Appalachia -- The American square dance -- Appendix : "Barn dances with calls" (1924-1933) -- Glossary of dance terms, figures, and steps.

"In Hoedowns, Reels, and Frolics, old-time musician and flatfoot dancer Phil Jamison journeys into the past and surveys the present to tell the story behind the square dances, step dances, reels, and other forms of dance practiced in southern Appalachia. He argues that these distinctive folk dances are not the unaltered jigs and reels of the early British settlers, but hybrids that developed over time by adopting and incorporating elements from other popular forms. He traces the forms from their European, African American, and Native American roots to the modern day. From the Shoo-fly Swing to the Virginia Reel, Hoedowns, Reels, and Frolics reinterprets an essential aspect of Appalachian culture."--Page 4 of cover.
Baker Berry GV1624.A7 J36 2015

Collection of ephemera related to Wearers of the Green events in 2014
Collection consists of the program for the Wearers of the Green 2014 gathering (2 copies), an invitation to the Wearers of the Green Induction, and an issue of The official game program of Dartmouth Football, October 18, 2014, which contains an article on the Wearers of the Green written by Jack DeGange.
Rauner D.C. History GV691.D22 .C65 2014

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