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Dancing Through History: In Search of the Stories that Define Canada Paperback – March 1, 2012


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Product Details

  • Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Dancing Traveller Publishing (March 1, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0987689762
  • ISBN-13: 978-0987689764
  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 5.9 x 8.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,058,143 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Anyone interested in dance will love this book." - Robin Esrock, Travel Writer and TV Host (Word Travels on National Geographic Channel, Travel Channel, OLN/City TV)

"Beautiful research." - Shelagh Rogers, CBC Radio One's The Next Chapter

"Dancing Through History is a strong pick for travel and culture collections, highly recommended." - The Midwest Book Review

"If you're a dance lover, Dancing Through History is definitely worth taking a look at. It will teach you more about something you love, but it will also remind you that dance is universal. It crosses boundaries, cultures and ages, and has a way of binding people together in a way that almost nothing else can." - INDUSTRY Dance Magazine 

"As its title indicates, Dancing Through History looks at how past events have shaped the traditional dances of the country's immigrant and aboriginal groups. In fact, the book reads less like a travelogue than a study of how Canada's diverse communities--in particular First Nations groups--have struggled to retain their cultures in the face of political challenges." - Carolyn Ali, Travel Editor at The Georgia Straight

About the Author

Lori Henry began Polynesian dancing when she was two years old. Although she also played ringette for many years, she ended up choosing to pursue dancing and trained in ballet, tap, jazz, modern, hip hop and contemporary styles. After high school, she attended Gastown Actors Studio in Vancouver to study theatre acting, and spent many years as a film actor.

After travelling solo to Paris, Lori caught the travel bug and began building on her growing number of writing assignments to embark on a career as a travel writer. Her work has been published in Readers Digest Canada, WestJet's up! magazine, Western Living, British Columbia magazine, Spa, FLARE, VIA destinations, West, VIA magazine (an AAA publication), USAToday.com, Gateways (Carnival Cruise Lines), among many others. She has also contributed to Fodor's Nova Scotia & Atlantic Canada, Explorer Publishing's Vancouver Explorer and Sasquatch Books' Best Places Northwest guidebooks.

More About the Author

Lori Henry (www.LoriHenry.ca) is a dancer and author based between Vancouver, Canada and London, UK. She is currently studying towards her master's degree in Dance Anthropology at the University of Roehampton. Her training spans Polynesian, jazz, tap and ballet dancing, to ringette and acting for both the theatre and film.

She worked for 10 years as a travel writer, her work being published all over the world. You can find her byline in Air Canada's enRoute, WestJet's up! magazine, Reader's Digest, VIA destinations, Western Living, West, Fodor's guidebooks, Spa magazine, British Columbia Magazine Travelife, VIA magazine (the AAA Traveler's Companion), Gateways (Carnival Cruise Lines), FLARE, and USAToday.com, to name a few. She was also the Editor of Massage Matters magazine.

In her early 20s, Lori was the Founding Editor of Beauty: You Define It magazine, an alternative youth publication that dealt with questioning mainstream beauty standards and our culture's fixation on outward appearance. Her full-length book, Silent Screams (Second Edition, 2008), has toured high schools and youth groups in the Lower Mainland of BC.

Lori is also passionate about doing advocacy work for eating disorder awareness charities. She sat on the Advisory Committee of Jessie's Hope Society (formerly ANAD), was a Director of the You Are Not Alone Eating Disorder Society, and was a Founding Director of Shelley's Angels Society.

Keep up to date with her at www.LoriHenry.ca.

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By Rob Crane on April 22, 2012
Format: Paperback
I especially enjoyed the Haida dancing in Haida Gwaii... very well written! I could imagine a documentary series inspired by the authors travels.
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By charisse on April 22, 2012
Format: Paperback
I found the stories alive and rich and I feel I know a little more about my Country ( and inspired to dance suddenly ! )
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