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Welcome to the Dance Research Guide

This guide is designed to help people interested in studying dance become familiar with the resources available at the University of North Carolina Charlotte, and how to get started using them. If you run into trouble, my contact information is found on the right side of this page.

The contents of this guide are:

  • Research Basics
    This page will help you get started with research, evaluate resources, and has some tips for using databases.
  • Information Resources
    Use the links on this page to find sources of information. Use reference material to refine ideas and expand keywords. Use the catalog to find books and videos that provide background information, history, and context. Databases are useful for finding performance reviews and can provide articles with specific information once you have an initial understanding of your topic. Web resources are useful particularly for finding information about contemporary companies and choreographers.
  • Video
    This page contains resources for accessing video related to dance and performance.
 

Pilobolus "Symbiosis"

More information about this dance and Pilobolus here.

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