World Dance Heritage

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Read the research on Dance as a Form of Living Cultural Heritage

Welcome to World Dance Heritage, with research, culture, lessons, teaching, and customs of dance. This site is about promoting and celebrating all dance forms and its protection and promotion from all over the world. The heritage section covers research on all aspects of  dance heritage and the cultural dimensions of dance, including on the issues, debates, and questions about dance genres as forms of cultural heritage of humanity Including the transmission of dance and the  Authenticity of dance)For tourist boards, dance can also be an important way of providing a memorable and positive visitor experience and we work with Tourism Boards to promote dance heritage and traditions. We also providing teaching and training online in dance, heritage, tourism via online teaching to students around the world. 

Dance Heritage & Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH)  Research

Randa Kamel – The Powerful Dance (5.7.3)

Randa Kamel – The Powerful Dance (5.7.3)

Introduction to Randa Kamel Randa Kamel is extremely famous among practitioners worldwide, because she travels a lot for teaching and also because her very energetic style is very appealing to foreigners. She is one of the first Egyptian dancers who is more famous...

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Dina – The Daring and Modern Belly Dancer (5.7.2)

Dina – The Daring and Modern Belly Dancer (5.7.2)

(Raqs sharqi stars from the 1990s and 2000s) Profile and Background of Dina Dina (دينا) has been considered the last big Egyptian star of raqs sharqi and indeed she is the last one who has starred in a considerable number of movies and TV programmes from the early...

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Raqia Hassan – The Business Woman (5.7.1)

Raqia Hassan – The Business Woman (5.7.1)

(Raqs sharqi stars from the 1990s and 2000s) Raqia Hassan Background According to online sources (Sharif, no date; El Safy, 1995), Raqia was born in Cairo and started dancing in the Reda troupe as a folkloric dancer at the age of 14. However, Raqia felt that folklore...

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Tourism Boards and Using Traditional Dance for Place-making

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Articles on Dance Heritage

Nelly Fouad, Raqs Sharqi – Innovation in Movements (5.5.3)

Nelly Fouad, Raqs Sharqi – Innovation in Movements (5.5.3)

(Continuing on the section on Raqs Sharqi in Egyptian Cinema and TV (1970s and Early 1980s) The Early Career of Nelly Fouad Nelly Fouad (نيللى فؤاد), as Evanoff (2012) reports, was born in Alexandria and she first became famous in Lebanon, before returning to Cairo....

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Soheir Zaki – The ‘Truly Oriental’ Performer (5.5.2)

Soheir Zaki – The ‘Truly Oriental’ Performer (5.5.2)

(Continuing the section on Raqs Sharqi in Egyptian Cinema and TV (1970s and Early 1980s) Soheir Zaki's Background Soheir Zaki (سهير زكي), Nearing (2012a) and Sullivan (2002) report, was born in Mansoura, in the Nile Delta and moved to Alexandria with her family when...

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Dr Valeria Lo Iacono (Symonds)

Dr Valeria Lo Iacono (Symonds)

Owner

Hi. I am the owner of World Dance heritage and I completed a Ph.D. in dance as a form of in cultural tangible heritage. I also have worked as a lecturer of sociology, and physical movement, in the University of Bath (England), and Cardiff Metropolitan University (Wales). Valeria also provides online teaching in dance studies, and heritage studies. Learn more about Dr Valeria Lo Iacono