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CriticalDance is delighted to announce a joint project with "Dance Europe" Magazine. The recently issued January edition of "Dance Europe" highlights this discussion on "Politics and Dance" and we hope that CriticalDance posters and readers of the magazine will exchange views here. <big>How To Post on CriticalDance
If you are a newcomer to CriticalDance, we will be delighted if you want to post a comment about "Politics and Dance".
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When you have registered, you will be able to log in. Then, to make a posting:
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<small>[ 04 February 2004, 06:21 AM: Message edited by: Stuart Sweeney ]</small>