The Dancing Animal Woman

The Dancing Animal Woman

Documents a journey in consciousness as it takes place in the author over the course of her adult life.

Author: Anne Hillman

Publisher: Bramble Company

ISBN: 1883647010

Category: Religion

Page: 226

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Documents a journey in consciousness as it takes place in the author over the course of her adult life.
Categories: Religion

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Women in World History

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Women in World History

Championed by Irene Castle, women began to improvise their dance steps in animal dances: early jazz dances, animal dances such as the bear, the crab, and the turkey trot, included movements that mocked animals.

Author: Bonnie G. Smith

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780195148909

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 2752

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This encyclopedia captures the experiences of women throughout world history and illuminates how they have influenced and been influenced by these historical, social, and demographic changes. It contains over 1,300 signed articles covering six main areas: biographies; geography and history; comparative culture and society; organizations and movements; womens and gender studies; and topics in world history.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Ndito Akwa Ibom State a True Nigerian Man and Woman

Ndito Akwa Ibom State   a True Nigerian Man and Woman

When you dance, you dance juju dance and fish dance. You dance animal dance. Are you animal? You are dancing fish dance- are you fish? You dance the bird dance – are you a bird? If you know that you are a Human-God representing THE ...

Author: King Solomon David Jesse ETE

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780956149817

Category: Self-Help

Page: 219

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What is the meaning of AKWA?AKWA means MIGHTY. AKWA means the ALMIGHTYAKWA means the originAKWA also means AdamAKWA also means the first WORDAKWA also means AlphaAKWA also means the energy that starts, the starting point, the footprints.AKWA means Heaven, First, Father, Africa, Adam, Spirit or Man, while IBOM means Earth, Second, Mother, Eden, Eve, Soul or Woman, (ABASI AKWA IBOM) ABASI EYONG YE ISONG, GOD OF HEAVEN AND EARTH, MIGHTY GOD ON EARTH (ADAM AND EVE) IN AFRICA. That is Almighty of everything cannot only be on earth. HE must come from Intermodom that is, from Higheristy to midleristy and domeristy.
Categories: Self-Help

Animals and Ancestors

Animals and Ancestors

The possession of a medicine tail, made from the tail of an animal, is always an insignia of office for the namkhungwi, as it is for other ... A number of drums are brought to the site, and the women begin to dance in a circle, singing.

Author: Brian Morris

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000180671

Category: Social Science

Page: 300

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Ever since the emergence of human culture, people and animals have co-existed in close proximity. Humans have always recognized both their kinship with animals and their fundamental differences, as animals have always been a threat to humans' well-being. The relationship, therefore, has been complex, intimate, reciprocal, personal, and -- crucially -- ambivalent. It is hardly surprising that animals evoke strong emotions in humans, both positive and negative. This companion volume to Morris' important earlier work, The Power of Animals, is a sustained investigation of the Malawi people's sacramental attitude to animals, particularly the role that animals play in life-cycle rituals, their relationship to the divinity and to spirits of the dead. How people relate to and use animals speaks volumes about their culture and beliefs. This book overturns the ingrained prejudice within much ethnographic work, which has often dismissed the pivotal role animals play in culture, and shows that personhood, religion, and a wide range of rituals are informed by, and even dependent upon, human-animal relations.
Categories: Social Science

Animal Companions

Animal Companions

The animals themselves become visual metaphors for the young woman, while also still carrying the weight of the satire against pet keeping itself. Yet because the dancing master is presented as entirely invested in this performance, ...

Author: Ingrid H. Tague

Publisher: Penn State Press

ISBN: 9780271067407

Category: History

Page: 320

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Animal Companions explores how eighteenth-century British society perceived pets and the ways in which conversation about them reflected and shaped broader cultural debates. While Europeans kept pets long before the eighteenth century, many believed that doing so was at best frivolous and at worst downright dangerous. Ingrid Tague argues that for Britons of the eighteenth century, pets offered a unique way to articulate what it meant to be human and what society ought to look like. With the dawn of the Enlightenment and the end of the Malthusian cycle of dearth and famine that marked previous eras, England became the wealthiest nation in Europe, with a new understanding of religion, science, and non-European cultures and unprecedented access to consumer goods of all kinds. These transformations generated excitement and anxiety that were reflected in debates over the rights and wrongs of human-animal relationships. Drawing on a broad array of sources, including natural histories, periodicals, visual and material culture, and the testimony of pet owners themselves, Animal Companions shows how pets became both increasingly visible indicators of spreading prosperity and catalysts for debates about the morality of the radically different society emerging in eighteenth-century Britain.
Categories: History

The Animals Came Dancing

The Animals Came Dancing

renewing the animals of > During the Okipa ritual , there were impressive animal dances , one of which was enacted ... It was the interactions between the bull dancers and Mandan women that especially focused the energies necessary for ...

Author: Howard L. Harrod

Publisher: Tucson : University of Arizona Press

ISBN: UOM:39015042470974

Category: Social Science

Page: 170

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In this major overview of the relationship between Indians and animals on the northern Great Plains, the author recovers a sense of the knowledge that hunting peoples had of the animals upon which they depended and raises important questions about Euroamerican relationships with the natural world.
Categories: Social Science

Choreographies of the Living

Choreographies of the Living

She believed in a dance revolution that would result in “free” and “natural” movements rather than automatic mimicry, and that would begin by ... Thus, we see the triangulation of animal, child, woman surface repeatedly in her writings.

Author: Carrie Rohman

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780190604400

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 198

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Nude vibrations: Isadora Duncan's creatural aesthetic -- Creative incantations and involutions in D. H. Lawrence -- Woolf's floating monkeys and whirling women -- Strange prosthetics: Rachel Rosenthal's rats and rings -- Uncaging Cunningham's animals
Categories: Literary Criticism

Dance Sex and Gender

Dance  Sex  and Gender

supernatural change in a curative and preventative rite through sex role reversal in dance . Men have ritual responsibility for controlling human and animal fertility . However , when they fail , disorder reigns . Then women , assuming ...

Author: Judith Lynne Hanna

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 0226315517

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 311

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"Ambitious in its scope and interdisciplinary in its purview. . . . Without doubt future researchers will want to refer to Hanna's study, not simply for its rich bibliographical sources but also for suggestions as to how to proceed with their own work. Dance, Sex, and Gender will initiate a discussion that should propel a more methodologically informed study of dance and gender."—Randy Martin, Journal of the History of Sexuality
Categories: Performing Arts

THE NATIVE RACES OF SOUTH AFRICA

THE NATIVE RACES OF SOUTH AFRICA

The head-dress of the Bushwomen on these occasions was, however, the ears of a spring or a steen-bok. ... and frequently hopped and sprang round on all fours like some animal, the women in the meanwhile dancing and placing themselves in ...

Author: GEORGE W. STOW, F.G.S., F.R.G.S.

Publisher: VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS, Aaradhana, Deverkovil 673508 India

ISBN:

Category: Religion

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This book can be downloaded as a PDF file from here. This file contains the full book ‘THE NATIVE RACES OF SOUTH AFRICA’. Along with that there is a commentary also. The commentary may have its own significance. The commentary does stand on this platform of being a commentary to the book. However, the commentary does not actually confine itself within this boundary. Instead, there is a wider attempt to understand non-English social systems. Attempts can be seen made to mention things that are there in these social systems, about which the native-English world has no information on. In this connection, the native-English mindset as well as social ambience is being compared with the corresponding items in Continental Europe, Asia, South-Asia, Africa, and Arabia as well as in South America &c. The pathway to this has been routed through the internal codes inside the native-languages of these areas. After that, a very quaint mention is being made about how the various social systems all around the world can be brought to a level very serene refinement. This is actually a location of intelligent and purposeful social engineering.
Categories: Religion

New Developments in Physical Education and Sport

New Developments in Physical Education and Sport

This was independent of the practice of dancing. Male dancing (M-DAN); female dancing (F-DAN); male control (M-CON); female control (F-CON). Mean + SEM. * Significant differences with men (p < 0.05). Scores of Animal Naming were also ...

Author: Antonio Granero-Gallegos

Publisher: MDPI

ISBN: 9783036502441

Category: Social Science

Page: 426

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Continuous professional development is of great importance if one is to develop quality professional work. This book contains some of the latest research advances related to the field of Physical Education and Sports. In today's globalized world, continuous and permanent education is necessary and essential to complement the initial training and previous experience. In this book, you can find a wide range of works focused on innovative teaching methodologies and psychological variables to take into account to improve classes and training. These studies on the most forward-looking technological advances in physical activity and sports are useful for those who seek to be up-to-date on this type of research. In addition, these studies will be useful to consult regarding current lifestyle, the creation of healthy habits, the promotion of physical activity in one’s free time, and the importance of leading an active life.
Categories: Social Science