Dance (Pomona), Theatre (Pomona)
performance, evolution, Darwin, anthropology, dance, archaeology, iconography, Tewa Pueblo Indians
In order to create a contextual basis for a discussion of these four titles, I connect them through the authors’ uses of anthropological and archaeological methods and theories, and discuss how these have changed through time.
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Shay, Anthony. Rev. of “Performance and Evolution in the Age of Darwinism,” by Goodall; “Dancing at the Dawn of Agriculture,” by Garfinkel; “Dance in Anthropology (2nd edition),” by Williams; “Dances of the Tewa Pueblo Indians (2nd edition),” by Sweet. Dance Research Journal 36, no. 1 (Summer, 2005), pp. 144-148.