The Collection of Richard Powers. Primary Sources — Historic Social Dance. Chronological listing. Where dates of publication are not given, dates are estimated. Most of these primary sources are dance manuals. Some of these sources from my collection can be downloaded here.
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From the seventeenth century to the early part of the twentieth century, artistic production in France was controlled by artistic academies which organized official exhibitions called salons. In France, academies are institutions and learned societies which monitor, foster, critique and protect French cultural production. Academies were more institutional and more concerned with criticism and analysis than those literary gatherings today called salons which were more focused on pleasurable discourse in society, although certain gatherings around such figures as Marguerite de Valois were close to the academic spirit. Academies first began to appear in France in the Renaissance. The first half of the seventeenth century saw a phenomenal growth in private learned academies, organized around a half-dozen or a dozen individuals meeting regularly. It is concerned with the French language. In under Napoleon the name was changed to Institut National de France, and it was reorganized into four Classes: 1.
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