Martor No. 20 / Year 2015

Being Carolyn Carlson: An Auto‐Ethnography of Exploring the Body as a Site for Knowledge Transmission

Author: Jana Al Obeidyine

About the author:

Jana Al Obeidyine
Member of Choreomundus Alumni Association
E-mail: jana.alobeidy at gmail dot com

Pages: 195-199

Keywords: body imagery, embodiment, transmission, movement analysis, kinesthesia, AFCMD, Jean-Christophe Paré, Carolyn Carlson, Density 21.5

This article is an auto-ethnographic essay that analyses a one-day workshop on dance transmission delivered by Jean-Christophe Paré. It aims to demonstrate how the body can act as a site capable of sensing and feeling certain dimensions of the past through imagination.

How to cite this article:

Al Obeidyine, Jana. 2015. “Being Carolyn Carlson: An Auto-Ethnography Exploring the Body as a Site for Knowledge Transmission.” Martor 20: 195-199.

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