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ETHICAL DILEMMAS
IN DANCE EDUCATION

Edited by Doug Risner and Karen Schupp

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STUDYING
DANCE

Written by Karen Schupp

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DANCE EDUCATION AND RESPONSIBLE CITIZENSHIP

Edited by Karen Schupp

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Karen Schupp

Karen Schupp, MFA, is an Associate Professor of Dance in Arizona State University’s School of Music, Dance, and Theatre. Professor Schupp’s research and scholarly work focuses on dance education in a range of contexts. Specifically her work addresses three interrelated areas: ethics and equity across the spectrum of dance education, postsecondary dance curricula and pedagogy, and dance competition culture. Her books include Studying Dance: A Guide for Campus and Beyond, Dance Education and Responsible Citizenship: Promoting Civic Engagement Through Effective Dance Pedagogy, and Ethical Dilemmas in Dance Education: Case Studies on Humanizing Dance Pedagogy (co-edited with Doug Risner). Professor Schupp is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Dance Education and is on the Editorial Board of Journal of Performing Arts Leadership in Higher Education. Professor Schupp’s scholarly work has been published in numerous journals and edited volumes and her choreography has been featured across the US and internationally. 

Professor Schupp is the Associate Director of the School of Music, Dance and Theatre at Arizona State University, where she is also a member of the Herberger Institute for the Art’s Core Equity Team. At ASU, Professor Schupp teaches courses at the graduate and undergraduate level in both the dance and dance education programs. Professor Schupp’s work as an artist, educator, and scholar has been recognized by her alma mater, SUNY at Buffalo, the Arizona Commision on the Arts, the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, and the Los Angeles Dance Resource Center (Horton Awards). Her forthcoming projects include the co-edited volume Dancing Across the Lifespan (with Pam Musil and Doug Risner) and Future(s) of Performance.

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