“An Anthropologist Looks at Ballet as a Form of Ethnic Dance” Joann Kealiinohomoku . Prepared by: Dr. Kay Picart. Thesis Statement .
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“An Anthropologist Looks at Ballet as a Form of Ethnic Dance” Joann Kealiinohomoku
Dr. Kay Picart
Martin: dance as a universal urge but without a universal form
Sorell: differences due to “race,” “racial memory,” innate memory,” “blood”
How does the author respond to both these critics’ positions?