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Going Solo

Solo performances played a key role in reshaping modern ideas about feminism, identity, and gendered subjectivity, claims Carrie J. Preston, an assistant professor of English whose forthcoming book, Solo Performance: Gender, Genre, Modernism, centers on modern dancer Isadora Duncan and the way she “redefined femininity for her period, redefined the relationship between the body and the soul.”

Read the complete article in Research Magazine.