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Dance Resources

Research and Performance Resources at your library

Subject Heading Searches

General keyword searches will help you find out what is in our collection, but Subject Headings allow you to focus on specific topics.  Here are some sample searches that you can narrow by using the 'Filter My Results' column on the right hand side:

African American Dance

Ballet

Choreographers

Choreography

Dance

Dance - Criticism

Dance - History

Dance - Philosophy

Dance - Production and Direction

Dance - Social Aspects

Dance - Study and Teaching

Dance - United States

Dancers

Folk Dancing

Jazz Dance

Modern Dance

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