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Hi Anabella,
I created a Tap History timeline that identifies key performers during specific times in American history. There are 33 images in all extending from the 1600's up to 2010s with Michelle Dorrance. You can see the poster or purchase it at thelmastapnotes.wixsite.com. I'm also looking for a general dance timeline and hope to hear from others who include history in their curriculums.
Thelma Goldberg

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Annabella,

 

Are you referring to a modern dance timeline, a western dance timeline, or a global dance timeline?

 

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Dear Dance History Friends/Scholars,
I am looking for a comprehensive Dance timeline to share with my students that includes time periods and artists.
Any suggestions?
Thanks in advance!
Anabella Lenzu

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When I teach Dance History, the final exam is a large timeline created by the group with colored markers on a long swath of paper. It's always quite lovely (no this doesn't help you find one for you class, but it's a great exam/fun exercise)


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The Dance Heritage website is a great resource I often use for classes. http://www.danceheritage.org/ Particularly the 100 Treasures page. http://www.danceheritage.org/treasures.html



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The Dance Heritage website is a great resource I often use for classes. http://www.danceheritage.org/ Particularly the 100 Treasures page. http://www.danceheritage.org/treasures.html
 
Dear Dance History Friends/Scholars,
I am looking for a comprehensive Dance timeline to share with my students that includes time periods and artists.
Any suggestions?
Thanks in advance!
Anabella Lenzu

info@AnabellaLenzu.com
www.Anabellalenzu.com
 
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