Green, Jill

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The choreography and performance of religion: power and ritual within American Pentecostal worship practice 2015 214 Over eight weeks and within four different churches, I observed American Pentecostal worship in Columbus, Ohio and Greensboro, North Carolina through the lens of dance. Specifically, dance is used as a means to discuss cultural practices that are not...
Stripping (away) the stereotype: race, culture, and gender in neo-burlesque performance 2015 2295 This project explores issues of performing the "exotic Other" in neo-burlesque dance. Using the examples of performers Dita Von Teese's "Opium Den," Jett Adore's "Zorro," and Calamity Chang's "Hello Kitty" acts, questions regarding racial stereotypes...
Geography and choreography: how place influences dance making 2017 608 The purpose of this research was to use Postpositivist Interpretive research measures to uncover how lived geography affected choreographic choices. I held an interview with each of three different choreographers, who lived and presented work in mult...