Dance learning in motion: global dance education

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Dance learning in motion: global dance education. / Brown, Ann Kipling; Koff, Susan R.; Meiners, Jeff; Svendler Nielsen, Charlotte.

Contemporising the Past: Envisaging the Future: Refereed Proceeding of the 2014 World Dance Alliance Global Summit. red. / Cheryl Stock AM; Patrick Germain-Thomas. Canberra : World Dance Alliance (WDA) & Ausdance, 2015. s. 1-13.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportKonferencebidrag i proceedingsForskningfagfællebedømt

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Brown, AK, Koff, SR, Meiners, J & Svendler Nielsen, C 2015, Dance learning in motion: global dance education. i C Stock AM & P Germain-Thomas (red), Contemporising the Past: Envisaging the Future: Refereed Proceeding of the 2014 World Dance Alliance Global Summit. World Dance Alliance (WDA) & Ausdance, Canberra, s. 1-13, World Dance Alliance Global Summit, Angers, Frankrig, 06/07/2014.

APA

Brown, A. K., Koff, S. R., Meiners, J., & Svendler Nielsen, C. (2015). Dance learning in motion: global dance education. I C. Stock AM, & P. Germain-Thomas (red.), Contemporising the Past: Envisaging the Future: Refereed Proceeding of the 2014 World Dance Alliance Global Summit (s. 1-13). Canberra: World Dance Alliance (WDA) & Ausdance.

Vancouver

Brown AK, Koff SR, Meiners J, Svendler Nielsen C. Dance learning in motion: global dance education. I Stock AM C, Germain-Thomas P, red., Contemporising the Past: Envisaging the Future: Refereed Proceeding of the 2014 World Dance Alliance Global Summit. Canberra: World Dance Alliance (WDA) & Ausdance. 2015. s. 1-13

Author

Brown, Ann Kipling ; Koff, Susan R. ; Meiners, Jeff ; Svendler Nielsen, Charlotte. / Dance learning in motion: global dance education. Contemporising the Past: Envisaging the Future: Refereed Proceeding of the 2014 World Dance Alliance Global Summit. red. / Cheryl Stock AM ; Patrick Germain-Thomas. Canberra : World Dance Alliance (WDA) & Ausdance, 2015. s. 1-13

Bibtex

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