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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Theatre and Dance

This Guide is meant to be a starting point for research in the area of diversity, equity, and inclusion in theatre and dance

Books in the Library

Voices of the Puppet Masters: the Wayang Golek Theater of Indonesia

Based on five years of research in Indonesia, this beautifully photographed and illustrated record of Java's master puppeteers and carvers documents the traditions and stories of the centuries-old wayang golek theater.

Call Number: PN1979.S5 H47 2002

Hawaiian Music in Motion

Hawaiian Music in Motion explores the performance, reception, transmission, and adaptation of Hawaiian music on board ships and in the islands, revealing the ways both maritime commerce and imperial confrontation facilitated the circulation of popular music in the nineteenth century. 

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Hawaiian Music and Musicians

Call Number: Ref ML200.7 .H4 H45

Music in Central Java

Music in Central Java offers a vivid introduction to the region's musical and cultural landscape, showing how three themes--flexibility, appropriateness, and interconnectedness--characterize Javanese musical practices and traditions. Building from fundamental Javanese concepts of time and melody, the book covers gamelan's instruments, musical idioms, and central interactions and also surveys contrasting performance contexts. 

Call Number: ML345.I5 B75 2008

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The resources on this page are not a comprehensive list of everything that is available in the library.  To find more, try searching the catalog for a specific performer, group, country, or work or use search terms such as 'Hawaiian dance,' 'Tahitian theatre,' 'dance in Guam,' or 'Pacific Islander performer.'


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