Dance in higher education in the UK

K. Preece, A. Pickard, C. Childs, Sara Reed, D. Holt

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Abstract

Universities are not individually unique. They stand next to each other in the various hierarchies of excellence that are underpinned by commonalities of the various statures that they accrue in learning, teaching, research and a host of cultural and social impacts as are measured regionally, nationally and internationally. It is as we move toward closer international ties with our World Dance Alliance colleagues in higher education who work in dance that we look to our own ways and means with a view to revealing what we, in the UK, do in our delivery of dance to higher education students, and some of the constraints within which we work. With this in hand as a reference, we might then seek to discuss with our colleagues in other countries the many ways and means in which the similarities and differences have emerged from our various contexts as we all work towards inspiring the next generation of dancing graduates.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationContemporising the past: envisaging the future
EditorsCheryl Stock, Patrick Germain-Thomas
Publisherausdance
Publication statusPublished - 2015
Event2014 World Dance Alliance Global Summit: Contemporising the past: Envisaging the future - Angers, France
Duration: 6 Jul 201411 Jul 2014

Conference

Conference2014 World Dance Alliance Global Summit
CountryFrance
CityAngers
Period6/07/1411/07/14

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The full text is available from; http://ausdance.org.au/articles/details/dance-in-higher-education-in-the-uk

Keywords

  • UK higher education dance
  • World Dance Alliance—Europe

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    Preece, K., Pickard, A., Childs, C., Reed, S., & Holt, D. (2015). Dance in higher education in the UK. In C. Stock, & P. Germain-Thomas (Eds.), Contemporising the past: envisaging the future ausdance.