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Being ContemporaryFrench Literature, Culture and Politics Today$
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Lia Brozgal and Sara Kippur

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9781781382639

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: January 2019

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9781781382639.001.0001

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(After) Conceptualism

(After) Conceptualism

Contemporaneity in Choreography

(p.43) Chapter Three (After) Conceptualism
Being Contemporary

Carrie Noland

Liverpool University Press

‘(After) Conceptualism: Contemporaneity in Choreography’, written by Carrie Noland, is the last essay in the ‘Conceptualizing the Contemporary’ section, and investigates the study of cutting-edge conceptual choreography and dance performance as an index of contemporaneity. Noland provides a consideration of what comes after the contemporary and assesses performance as a test case for a broader inquiry into the notion of being contemporary.

Keywords:   French and Francophone Studies, Literary Theory, Literary Criticism, European Literature, French Literature, French Culture, Cultural Studies, European Studies

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