Du corps au corps de ballet : l'exemple des danseuses de music-hall

Abstract : Looking trough the uses of bodies on stage(making up, adornment, choregraphy) in parisian music-hall revues in the 1990th (Folies Bergère, Paradis Latin, Moulin Rouge, Lido), an interpretation of these shows is suggested in terms of ostentatious expense, industrial production and consumption (anonimity, standardisation, uniformity), and also ideological and political values from the Third Republic (national identity stereotypes), when revue borned.
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Francine Fourmaux. Du corps au corps de ballet : l'exemple des danseuses de music-hall. Ateliers d'anthropologie, Laboratoire d'ethnologie et de sociologie comparative - Université Paris Nanterre, 1997, 18 (Penser et agir par substituts. le corps en perspective), pp.125-136. ⟨halshs-00007132⟩

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