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"Duncan, Isadora: An essay", Dance news, New York, N.Y. Nov. 1957, S. 7 .

"Isadora Duncan Today, Interview with Mignon Garland, founder of the Isadora Duncan Heritage Society," Wings Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 1, Sept/Oct. 1978.

"Isadora's Art," The Literary Digest, May 1, 1915, pp. 1018-1020.

"Recalling Isadora," Time, Art section, August 19, 1966, p. 56. (Bourdelle Museum exhibit).

"Woman Aflame: Isadora Duncan's True Story", True Story Magazine, Vol. 30, No. 3, April 1934.

Adler, Norma. "Reconstructing the Dances of Isadora Duncan." The Drama Review 28, no. 3/T-103 (Fall 1984): 59-66.

Albright, Ann Cooper: "Isadora Duncan (1877-1927)." Dance Heritage Coalition, 2012.

Amaya, Mario: The dance in art, 7: Isadora and the sculptor. In: Dance and dancers. London. Aug. 1962, S. 32

Anderson, Jack. "Isadora Duncan's Legacy", New York Times, January 18, 1989.

Archer, Kenneth: Fracci dances Isadora Duncan in Italy. In: The dancing times. London. June 1990, S. 885-886

Ashton, Sir Frederick. "Unforgettable Isadora Duncan." Reader's Digest, September 1968.

Bardsley, Kay. "A Dancing 'Isadorable': Maria-Theresa." Dance Scope 11, no. 2 (Spring/Summer 1977): 47-52.

Bardsley, Kay. "Isadora Duncan and the Russian Ballet." In Society of Dance History Scholars Proceedings, pp. 121-130. Eleventh Annual Conference, North Carolina School of the Arts, 12-14 February 1988.

Bardsley, Kay. "Isadora Duncan's First School, the First Generation Founders of the Tradition", Congress on Research in Dance Conference Proceedings 1979, pp. 219-249.

Bardsley, Kay. "Isadora Duncan's First School: The First Generation Founders of the Tradition." Dance Research Annual X (1979): 219-249.

Bardsley, Kay. "Re-animations of Duncan Masterworks: Imbued with the Fire of Maria-Theresa Duncan—A Four-year Project, 1976-1980." In Proceedings of the Conference "Dance Reconstructed: Modern Dance Art Past, Present, Future," pp. 191-200. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, October 16-17, 1992.

Bardsley, Kay. "Social Cause as Dance, Enter Isadora." Ballet Review 22, no. 2 (Summer 1994): 73-83.

Bardsley, Kay. "The Duncans at Carnegie Hall." Ballet Review 19, no. 3 (Fall 1991): 85-96.

Berger, Miriam Roskin: Isadora Duncan and the creative source of dance therapy. In: American journal of dance therapy. New York. Vol. 14, Nr. 2, Herbst / Winter 1992, S. 95-110

Boman, Birgit. "Isadora Duncan and the Swedish Children's Dance," Proceedings of Dance and the Child International, London, England, Volume 1, pp. 27-32, 1988, ISBN 0 9515548 0 8.

Brooker, Meg, Alice Bloch; Andrea mantel Seidel; Pattee Russell-Curry. "Dancing 'Woman:' Perspectives on Gender in Isadora Duncan’s Dance," National Dance Education Organization Conference Proceedings 2014, pp. 58-66.

Chin, Gwin. "Can Isadora Duncan's Solos Be Danced by a Man?" New York Times, 3 Jan 1982.

Clarke, Mary: Isadora. In: The dancing times. London. June 1981, S. 608-610

Coffin, Charles H. "Henri Matisse and Isadora Duncan," Camera Work, No. 25, New York, 1909, 17-20.

Cohen, Selma Jeanne: Dance historians honor Duncan. Dance magazine. New York. July 1987, S. 6-7

Craig, Gordon. "Gordon Craig and the Dance." Dance Index 2, no. 8 (August 1943).

Daly, Ann. "Isadora Duncan and the 'distinction' of dance." Border tensions, dance and discourse, pp. 87-94. 1995.

Daly, Ann. "Isadora Duncan's Dance Theory." Dance Research Journal 26, no. 2 (Fall 1994): 24-31.

Daly, Ann: The continuing beauty of the curve: Isadora Duncan and her lost compositions. In: Ballet international. Köln. Vol. 13, Nr. 8, Aug. 1990, S. 11-15

Daniels, Don. "Duncan Revived." Ballet Review 6, no. 4 (1977-1989): 55-65.

de Mille, Agnes. "The Revolution of Isadora." New York Times Magazine. New York: September 14, 1952. (subscription required)

de Wilde, Nancy. "Isadora Duncan's Seventh Symphony in the Netherlands: Reactions to Her Choice and Interpretation of the Music." In Society of Dance History Scholars Proceedings, pp. 166-176. Tenth Annual Conference, University of California, Irvine, 13-15 February 1987.

Dienes, Gedeon P. Isadora Duncan in Hungary, Proceedings of the Society for Dance History Scholars 1987, Tenth Conference, University of California, Irvine, 13-15 February, 1987, pp. 147-158.

Dorf, Samuel N. "Dancing Greek Antiquity in Private and Public: Isadora Duncan's Early Patronage in Paris." Dance Research Journal. Summer 2012, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p5-27. 23p.

Dowd, Harrison: The art of Isadora Duncan. In: Theatre Guilt magazine. New York. Feb. 1929, S. 51-52

Draegin, Lois. "After Isadora: Her Art as Inspiration." Dance Magazine 51, no. 7 (July 1977): 67-71.

Drewal, Margaret Thompson. "Isis and Isadora." In Society of Dance History Scholars Proceedings, pp. 185-194. Tenth Annual Conference, University of California, Irvine, 13-15 February 1987.

Duncan, Irma. "Follow Me." Dance Perspectives nos. 1 and 22, 1965.

Dunning, Jennifer. Annabelle Gamson Dances Isadora. In: Dance Magazine, Feb. 1977, 47-50.

Dwyer-Paul James. "Vintage Isadora. The Story of a photograph." Dance International, Spring 2014, p. 26.

Etscher, Gaspard. "The Renaissance of the dance: Isadora Duncan," in Forum, no. 46, pp.322-329, September 1911.

Fanger, Iris: Isadora Duncan. The feminist spirit of revolution. In: Dance magazine. New York. Mai 1999, S. 44-45.

Flanner, Janet. "Isadora Duncan's Return". The New Yorker. 1 January 1927.

Francis, Elizabeth “From Event to Monument: Modernism, Feminism and Isadora Duncan”

Freeman, Helen: Isadora. In: Theatre arts. New York. Dez. 1927, S. 942

Gamson, Annabelle. "On Dancing Isadora's Dances." Ballet Review 6, no. 4 (1977-1989): 50-54.

Garland, Mignon. "Isadora Duncan" in U.C. Berkeley's The Daily Cal Arts Magazine, February 19, 1971.

Gazeau, Jeanne. Les entretiens idealistes. 1909.

Geddes, Minna Besser: Isadora: the last year. In: Dance magazine. New York. Jan. 1978, S. 67-70

Gedeon Dienes and Mark Fenyves, Dr. Valerie Dienes (1879-1978), 2004. (Two page biographical article, photos of Valerie Dienes on page 1, english translation on page 2 of online article.)

Gilfond, Henry. "For Isadora Duncan". The Dance Observer, New York. Oct. 1937, S. 92

Gilford, Barbara. "A Link to the Legend of Isadora Duncan," The New York Times, August 2, 1992 (about Hortense Kooluris).

Gold, Michael: The loves of Isadora. In: New masses. New York. vol. 4, März 1929, S. 20-21

Goldman, Debra. "Mothers and Fathers: A View of Isadora and Fokine." Ballet Review 6, no. 4 (1977-1989): 33-43.

Graff, Ellen. "Walt Whitman and Isadora Duncan: The Construction of a Personal Mythology." In Society of Dance History Scholars Proceedings, pp. 177-184. Tenth Annual Conference, University of California, Irvine, 13-15 February 1987.

Gregory, John: In search of Isadora. In: The dancing times. London. July 1969, S. 527

Gregory, John: Isadora - a transit muse. In: The dancing times. London. Okt. 1969, S. 16-17

Harris, Dale: Isadora: How Duncan extended the possibilities of dance. In: Ballet news. New York. Vol. 3, Nr. 8, Feb. 1982, S. 12-16

Hering, Doris: Isadora Duncan. In: Dance magazine. New York. Nov. 1996, S. 78, 80

Hering, Doris: The loves of Isadora. The life of Isadora Duncan, with Vanessa Redgrave. In: Dance magazine. New York. Juni 1969, S. 29

Hertelendy, Paul. "Isadora's Childhood: Clearing Away the Clouds." Dance Magazine 51, no. 7 (July 1977): 48-50.

Isadora Duncan dances in Brussels. In: Musical America. New York. Aug. 5, 1922, S. 10

Isadora Duncan rouses Boston. In: Musical America. New York Oct. 28, 1922, S. 30

Isadora Duncan, The Modern Dance Magazine, Vol. 2, No. 6, June-July 1917, p. 26.

Ivchenko, Valerian Iakovlevich: An evening with Isadora Duncan. In: Dance news. New York. Nov. 1957, S. 7-8

Ivchenko, Valerian Iakovlevich: Isadora Duncan. In: The dancing times. London. Dec. 1927, S. 327-329

Jennings, Bernadine: Books: Isadora Duncan. In: Attitude. Brooklyn, New York. Vol. 11, Nr. 2, S. 68

Jeschke, Claudia, and Gabi Vettermann. "Isadora Duncan, Berlin and Munich in 1906: Just an Ordinary Year in a Dancer's Career." Dance Chronicle 18, no. 2 (1995): 217-229.

Jeschke, Claudia. "The Dance of the Future." In Society of Dance History Scholars Proceedings, pp. 106-118. Tenth Annual Conference, University of California, Irvine, 13-15 February 1987.

Joel, Lydia. "Finding Isadora: Notes from the Editor's Desk." Dance Magazine, June 1969.

Johnson, Dicki. (2007). "Remembering the collective body: a dynamic understanding of attunement and healing." Journal of Peagagogy, Pluralism, and Practice. Issue 12; Summer.

Johnson, Harriet: Isadora Duncan and Walt Whitman - their infatuation with America. In: Dance observer. New York. Feb. 1949, S. 20-21

Johnson, Harriet: Isadora Duncan as source-woman of the dance. In: Dance observer. New York. Mar 1948, S. 28-29

Jowitt, Deborah. "Images of Isadora: The Search for Motion." Dance Research Journal 17, no. 2 & 18, no. 1 (Fall 1985/Spring 1986): 21-29.

Jowitt, Deborah. "The Impact of Greek Art on the Style and Persona of Isadora Duncan." In Society of Dance History Scholars Proceedings, pp. 195-201. Tenth Annual Conference, University of California, Irvine, 13-15 February 1987.

Kaye, Joseph. "The Last Chapters of Isadora's Life." Dance Magazine, April, May, June 1929.

Kendall, Elizabeth. "Before the World Began." Ballet Review 6, no. 4 (1977-1989): 21-32.

Kendall, Elizabeth: Victim of history: search for the real Isadora in the wave of current stage portrayals of the legendary dancer. In: Ballet news. New York. Vol. 3, Nr. 8, Feb. 1982, S. 18-20

Kisselgoff, Anna. "Dance: Annabelle Gamson Pays Tribute to Precursors," New York Times, November 17, 1976.

Kisselgoff, Anna. Obituary, Madeleine Lytton, Dancing Times, Feb. 2016, p. 96.

Kisselgoff, Anna. "Dance: Duncan Works Restaged," New York Times, January 7, 1978, p. 13 (need subscription to read entire article).

Kisselgoff, Anna. "Isadora Duncan's Fascination Seems Stronger Than Ever," New York Times, January 8, 1978.

Kisselgoff, Anna. "Isadora's Dances Take On a Life of Their Own." New York Times, 14 January 1990.

Kisselgoff, Anna. "Mignon Garland Dies at 91; Disciple of Isadora Duncan." New York Times, 24 September 1999.

Kisselgoff, Anna. "The Isadorables: Cherishing the Duncan Legacy." New York Times, 11 September 1988.

Kisselgoff, Anna. "What Happened to Isadora in Russia?" New York Times, 31 August 1969.

Kisselgoff, Anna. “Dance View: Duncan’s Fascination.” New York Times, 8 January 1978. (subscription required)

Laban, Juana de: The triumph of the ego. The legacy of Isadora Duncan. In: Dance magazine. New York. Juli 1950, S. 11-13, 38 (Teil 1); Aug. 1950, S. 16-17 (Teil 2)

Laine, Barry: In her footsteps, Annabelle Gamson interprets and renews the spirit and dances of Isadora. In: Ballet news. New York. Vol. 3, Nr. 8, Feb. 1982, S. 22

LaMothe, Kimerer. “A God Dances Through Me: Isadora Duncan on Friedrich Nietzsche’s Revaluation of Values,” The Journal of Religion. April 2005, 241-266. WINNER 2006 Lippincott Award, Society of Dance History Scholars.

LaMothe, Kimerer. “Giving Birth to a Dancing Star: Reading Nietzsche’s Maternal Rhetoric via Isadora Duncan’s Dance,” Soundings 86.3-4. Fall/Winter 2003, 501-23.

Layson, June. "Isadora Duncan: A Preliminary Analysis of Her Work." Dance Review 1, no. 1 (Spring 1983): 39-49.

Layson, June. "Isadora Duncan: Her Influence on the Founding and Development of British Modern Dance." In Society of Dance History Scholars Proceedings, pp. 126-132. Tenth Annual Conference, University of California, Irvine, 13-15 February 1987.

Layson, June. "Mixed Blessings: Isadora Duncan's Legacy to British Early Modern Dance." In Society of Dance History Scholars Proceedings, pp. 299-304. Fifteenth Annual Conference, University of California, Riverside, 14-15 February 1992.

Levien, Julia. "Isadora Duncan and the Spanish Dance." In Society of Dance History Scholars Proceedings, pp. 162-164. Fourteenth Annual Conference, New World School of the Arts, Miami, FL, 8-10 February 1991.

Levien, Julia. "Sources of Style in the Dances of Isadora Duncan." Ballet Review 6, no. 4 (1977-1989): 44-49.

Levine, Judy. "Nineteenth Century Scientism as an Organizer of Belief: The Role of Evolutionism on the Philosophy of Isadora Duncan." In Society of Dance History Scholars Proceedings, pp. 119-125. Tenth Annual Conference, University of California, Irvine, 13-15 February 1987.

Levinson, André. "In Memoriam." Ballet Review 6, no. 4 (1977-1989): 14-20.

Levinson, André. "The Art and Meaning of Isadora Duncan." Ballet Review 6, no. 4 (1977-1989): 5-14.

Lewis, Maggie. "The Isadora Duncan Perplex," San Francisco Bay Guardian, Nov. 7-Nov. 14, 1975, interview with Mignon Garland.

Loewenthal, Lillian. "Isadora Duncan and her Relationship to the Music of Chopin." In Society of Dance History Scholars Proceedings, pp. 159-165. Tenth Annual Conference, University of California, Irvine, 13-15 February 1987.

Loewenthal, Lillian. "Isadora Duncan in the Netherlands." Dance Chronicle 3, no. 3 (1979-1980): 227-253.

Luhan, Mabel Dodge. "Isadora Duncan." Town and Country, July 1936.

MacDonald, Claire: Isadora Duncan. In: Home and abroad. The English illustrated review. London. Vol. 8, Frühjahr 1929, S. 124-126

Macdonald, Nesta. "Isadora Reexamined: Lesser-known Aspects of the Great Dancer's Life—Part 1: 1877-1900." Dance Magazine 51, no. 7 (July 1977): 51-66. A Dance Magazine Portfolio.

Macdonald, Nesta. "Isadora Reexamined: Lesser-known Aspects of the Great Dancer's Life—Part 2: Paris and After." Dance Magazine 51, no. 8 (August 1977): 42-46.

Macdonald, Nesta. "Isadora Reexamined: Lesser-known Aspects of the Great Dancer's Life—Part 3: Isadora and Gordon Craig." Dance Magazine 51, no. 9 (September 1977): 60-63.

Macdonald, Nesta. "Isadora Reexamined: Lesser-known Aspects of the Great Dancer's Life—Part 4: Isadora and London, 1908." Dance Magazine 51, no. 10 (October 1977): 79-81.

Macdonald, Nesta. "Isadora Reexamined: Lesser-known Aspects of the Great Dancer's Life—Part 5: Isadora and Paris Singer." Dance Magazine 51, no. 11 (November 1977): 45-47.

Macdonald, Nesta. "Isadora Reexamined: Lesser-known Aspects of the Great Dancer's Life—Part 6: Isadora in London." Dance Magazine 51, no. 12 (December 1977): 71-73.

Macdougall, Allan Ross. "Isadora Duncan and the Artists." Dance Index 5, no. 3 (March 1946).

Magriel, Paul David. "Bibliography of Isadora Duncan: A List of References in American Libraries." Bulletin of Bibliography 16, no. 9 (May-August 1939): 173-175.

Martin, John. "Isadora Duncan and Basic Dance: Project for a Textbook." Dance Index 1, no. 1 (January 1942).

Martin, John. "Notable Isadora Duncan memorabilia acquired by New York Public Library." New York Times. Mar 16, 1958. (subscription required)

Mazo, Joseph H., "Duncan, 'Giselle' On LI", Newsday, November 26, 1991, p. 46 (Review of Beth Jucovy and dancers, performing Duncan with the American Ballet Russe).

McComb, D. A., The Classroom Technique of The School of Isadora Duncan Dancing, 1983.

Mille, Pierre: Miss Isadora Duncan. In: Le theatre. Nr 244, February (II) 1909, S. 20-21

Mitchell, Margaretta K. Dance for Life: Isadora Duncan and Her California Dance Legacy at the Temple of the Wings, Society of Dance History Scholars Proceedings 1987, University of California, Irvine, pp. 133-144.

Moore, Bill: Belilove does Duncan in Brazil. In: Attitude. Brooklyn. Vol. 8, Nr. 4, Fall 1992, S. 69

Narodny, Ivan. "'Spiritual Children' of Moscow: The Duncan Dancers Bring the Red Flag to America", Musical America, January 12, 1929.

Needham, Maureen: Who is Isadora? In: Dance chronicle. New York. Vol. 19, Nr. 3 (1996), S. 331-340

O'Hara, B.M.: The dancing rebel. A nostalgic look at one of the most gifted and eccentric women of her time... In: Penthouse. The magazine for men. Vol. 1, Nr. 7, Dec 1965, S. 11-14

Orme, Frederic L.: Influence of Duncan and St. Denis on the modern dance. In: The American dancer. Los Angeles. Nov. 1937, S. 17,43

Ostrom, Nicki N. "The Gordon Craig - Isadora Duncan Collection: A Register." In Bulletin of the New York Public Library 76 (1972): 181-198.

Pikula, Joan: Shawn and Duncan. In: Dance magazine. New York. Oct. 1991, S. 68

Pleshcheev, Aleksandr: Isadora Duncan. In: Dance news. New York. Nov. 1957, S. 8

Posel, Elsa: Isadora speaks and dances. In: Dance teacher now. Raleigh, (N.C.). Vol. 17, Nr. 10, S. 10

Potter, Michelle. "Designed for Dance: The Costumes of Léon Bakst and the Art of Isadora Duncan." Dance Chronicle 13, no. 2 (1990): 154-169.

Pratl, Carol. To dance is to live, Moscow Times, May 15, 1992

Ragona, Melissa. "Ectasy, Primitivism, Modernity: Isadora Duncan and Mary Wigman," American Studies 35, 1994, 44-61.

Richards, Joy. "Duncan Congress, Followers of Isadora organize to perpetuate Duncan Dancing", Dance Magazine, January 1943, pp. 22-23.

Roberts, Mary Fanton. "Isadora, the Dancer." Denishawn Magazine, Summer 1925.

Roberts, Mary Fanton. "The Dance of the Future as Created by Isadora Duncan."

Rosenberg, Elyssa Dru, "A Call to Arms: Isadora Duncan's Military Works," Society of Dance History Scholars, 2009 Conference Proceedings, pp. 192-196.

Rosenberg, Elyssa Dru, "Body, Mind and Spirit: Choreography by Duncan, Laban and Hawkins", a two-part paper, NDEO Conference Proceedings, 2005 and 2006.

Rosenberg, Elyssa Dru, "The Philosopher's Dances: The Influence of Politics on Isadora Duncan's Creative Process" NDEO Conference Proceedings, 2005.

Roslavleva, Natalia. "Prechistenka 20: The Isadora Duncan School in Moscow." Dance Perspectives 64 (Winter 1975).

Roslavleva, Natalja Petrovna: Isadora Duncan and Constantin Stanislavsky. In: Dance magazine. New York. July 1963, S. 40-43

Saint Denis, Ruth: Open letter about Isadora Duncan. In: Dance magazine. New York. Nov. 1966, S. 26

Sanchez-Pardo, Esther. "'The Truth of My Being in Gesture and Movement': The Ego and the Body in Modernist Writing on Dance in Isadora Duncan’s My Life." PsyArt: An online journal for the psychological study of the arts. 2006.

Schwartz, Ariana Monica: Isadora: the early years. In: Dance collage. University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign. 1974, S. 68-79

Segal, Lewis. Still a Step Ahead; Isadora's Daring Alternative to the strictures of ballet put the value on expression and awakened creative impulses in others. A trove of materials reminds how singular she remains, Los Angeles Times, E39, December 25, 2005. (UCLA Howard Holtzman Collection)

Seldes, George. "What Love Meant to Isadora Duncan." The Mentor. Springfield, OH: 1930.

Shebuyev, Nicolai Georgievitch. Review of Isadora dancing in Russia. Petersburg Gazette. 1904.

Silverman, Jill. "André Levinson on Isadora Duncan." Ballet Review 6, no. 4 (1977-1978): 1-5.

Sloat, Susanna: Dances of Isadora Duncan. In: Attitude. Brooklyn. Vol. 9, Nr. 2, Spring 1993, S. 56

Sorell, Walter: Two rebels, two giants: Isadora and Martha. In: HIS: The dance has many faces. 2. Aufl. New York. 1966, S. 27-39

Souritz, Elizabeth. "Isadora Duncan's Influence on Dance in Russia." Dance Chronicle 18, no. 2 (1995): 281-291.

Stevens, Larry: Video reviews: Isadora Duncan, movement from the soul. In: Dance pages. New York. Vol. 10, Nr. 1, Sommer 1992, S. 47

Stokes, Sewell. "Listening to Isadora Duncan." The Listener. 27 June 1957.

Svetlov, Valerian. "Isadora Duncan." The Dancing Times, December 1927.

Swisher, Viola Hegyi: "Isadora Duncan had nothing to pass on the future", says a defiant pupil named Elsa Lanchester. In: Dance magazine. New York. Sept. 1966, S. 52

Taylor, Ralph: Isadora and the dance of the future. In: Dance observer. New York. March 1934, S. 16, 20

Terry, Walter. "The Legacy of Isadora Duncan and Ruth St. Denis." Dance Perspectives 5 (Winter 1960).

Thompson, Oscar: Vivid pantomime by Isadora Duncan. In: Musical America. New York. Okt. 14, 1922, S. 28

Timbrell, Charles. "Isadora's Pianists" in Ballet Review, Winter 2007/8, pp. 84-86.

Tobias, Tobi. “Remembering the Matriarch of Modern Dance, Isadora Duncan.” New York Times, 22 May 1977. (subscription required)

Todd, Arthur: Isadora's monument. How the prophecy of Isadora Duncan has been fulfilled. In: Dance magazine. New York. May 1948, S. 12-14

Tucker, Marilyn. "Naivete and Charm In Dance," San Francisco Chronicle, May 28, 1977 (review of San Francisco Duncan Dancers 100th anniversary performance).

Two views of recitals by Isadora Duncan. In: Musical America. New York. Oct 21, 1922, S. 79

Tyler, Parker and Anna Duncan: Isadora and Vanessa. In: Ballet review. Brooklyn, New York. Jg. 3 No 1, 1969, S. 20-36

Udine, Jean de: Isadora. In: Miscellanea, Nr. 13

Van Vechten, Carl: The new Isadora. In: Dance index. New York. Sept. - Nov. 1942, S. 176-179

Villazana-Ruiz, Maria. "Isadora Duncan's Legacy: Influences and Development in the United States and Russia." In Proceedings of the Conference "Dance Reconstructed: Modern Dance Art Past, Present, Future," pp. 201-210. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, 16-17 October 1992.

Villazana-Ruiz, Maria. “Child Development and Dance”.

Villazana-Ruiz, Maria. “The Dance Art of Isadora Duncan: A Comparative Overview of Education for Young Children; Approaches in America and Russian”. 1992

Vincent, Renee. "The Influence of Isadora Duncan on the Designs of Edward Gordon Craig." Theatre Design and Technology 34, no. 1, 1998, pp. 37-49.

Wagenknecht, Edward. "The Dance of Life as Art and as Orgy: Isadora Duncan." In his Seven Daughters of the Theater, pp. 137-158. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1964.

Wechsler, Bert: An evening with Isadora. In: Attitude. Brooklyn. Vol. 9, Nr. 3/4, Fall 1993, S. 28

Weiss, David: Isadora Duncan, actress, and her influence on the theater. In: Dance magazine. New York. Feb. 1960, S. 40-43, 74-75

Wetzler, Cynthia Magriel. "Training in Style of Isadora Duncan." New York Times, 14 December 1997.

Whittock, Trevor. "Thoughts on Duncan's Dancing Masters." Journal of Aesthetic Education. Vol. 26, No. 2 (Summer, 1992), pp. 31-40

Yeats, John Butler. "On Isadora Dancing." Letter from John Butler Yeats to John Quinn, 1 November 1908. From Abroad in America: Visitors to the New Nation, 1776-1914. Washington DC and Reading, MA: National Portrait Gallery and Addison Wesley Publishing Company.

Yushkova, Elena. "Dance and Word in the Art of Isadora Duncan," in Free Verse and Free Dance: Embodied Sense in Motion. Papers of the International conference organized by the Faculty of Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Faculty of Philology, of the Moscow State University, 1-3 October 2010, Moscow, pp. 54-57, 2011.

Yushkova, Elena. "Influence of Soviet Cultural Policy on the School of Isadora Duncan in Moscow," in Vremya- Vpered (Time – forward: Cultural policy in the USSR). Higher School of Economics Publishing House, Moscow, pp 178-196 (2013).

Yushkova, Elena. "Philosophical Dance of Isadora Duncan," in Cultural and Political Aspects of American Studies, Proceedings of International Conferences, Russian State University for Humanities, pp. 224-228, 2013.

Yushkova, Elena. Perception of Isadora Duncan's Art in Russian Criticism, in Dance ACTions – Traditions and Transformations Proceedings of the Society of Dance History Scholars, Trondheim, Norway, 2013.

Czech

Diviskova, Elmarita: Isadora Duncanova. In: Tanecni listy. Prag. 16. roc., cis. 9, 1978, S. 4-8

French

Carriere, Eugene: Sur la danse de Mademoiselle Isadora Duncan: notes pour une causerie, 1901. L´art grec. In: L´OEuvre. Paris. Vol. 17, Feb. 1911, S.24-25

Clara, J., Denis, G. A., & Bourdelle, E. A, Isadora Duncan, Paris, Editions Rieder, 1928.

Delaquys, George. "Isadora Duncan." Mercure de France. December 15, 1906.

Divoire, Fernand: La révolution d´Isodora Duncan. In: Les spectacles a travers les ages. Paris. 1932, S. 215-234

Duncan, I., Dallies., Divoire, F., Meunier, M., Delaquys, G., Bourdelle, E. A., Clara, J., & Grandjouan, J., Ecrits sur la danse, Paris, Editions du Grenier, 1927.

Jou, L., & T. Serstevens, A. 1, A la danseuse, Paris, Les Editions Lapina, 1925.

Jou, Louis und A. t'Serstevens: A la danseuse. Paris 1925

Lafitte, J. P., & Faure, E., Les danses d’Isadora Duncan, Paris, Mercure de France, 1910.

Lafitte, Jean Paul: I. Les Danses religieuses. II. Les Vases. III. Les Bacchantes. IV. Le Retour des guerriers. 1909, 22 p.

Laloy, Louis, "ISadora Duncan et la danse nouvelle." La Revue Musicale. 1904.

Laloy, Louis: Isadora Duncan. In: Revue d´histoire et de critique musicales. Paris. 4. Jg. Nr. 10, Mai 1904, S. 250-253

Lavedan, Henri: Isadora Duncan. In: L´OEuvre. Paris. Vol. 17, Feb. 1911, S. 24-25

Levinson, André. "L'Apogée d'Isadora Duncan" (Pour l'Anniversaire de Sa Mort). Comoedia. 14 September 1928.

Pavlova, Nelia: Essenine et Isadora Duncan. In: Revue mondiale. Paris. Jan. 1, 1930, S. 62-66

Sauret, Henriette: Isadora Duncan, imperatrice errante. In: Revue mondiale. Paris. Mar 15, 1928, S. 161-172

Schwartz, Elisabeth: La notion d´outrance a partir des dances d´Isadora Duncan. In: Empreintes. Paris. Nr. 5, März 1983, S. 36-37

Sechan, L., La danse grecque antique, Paris, E. de Boccard, 1930.

Swanson, Amy: Isadora Duncan: A propos de son enseignement et de sa filiation. In: La recherche en danse. Paris. Nr. 2, 1983, S. 63-74

Van Dyk, Katharina. Bibliographie Isadora Duncan, 2015.

German

Tracing Isadora, a February through June 2014 project of the ballet of the National Theatre of Mannheim dedicated to Isadora Duncan, under the umbrella of Tanzfonds. Choreographed by Dominique Dumais. Video documentation of dance process in English and German and interview with dance scholar Janine Schulze in German

Blei, Franz: Isadora. In: Die Dame. Berlin. 55. Jg. 1927/28, H.2, S. 40-43

Bode, Wolfgang: Isadora in München, 1902. In: Gymnastik und Rhythmus. München. 9. Jg., Heft 4, Okt. - Dez. 1977, S. 2-10

Brüggemann, Fritz: Miß Isadora Duncan. In: Freistatt. Kritische Wochenschrift für Politik, Literatur und Kunst. München. 4. Jg. 1902, H. 36, S. 457

Craig, Edward Gordon: Isadora Duncan: Sechs Bewegungsstudien. Leipzig 1906

Geier, Gerd: Isadora Duncan und Bayreuth. Ein Sommer in "einer sonderbaren Welt der Legenden". In: Festspielnachrichten des Bayreuther Tagblatt. Bayreuth 1959, S.28-30

Harte, Erich: Isadora Duncan. Ein Gedenkblatt zu ihrem plötzlichen Tode. In: Leibesübungen. Berlin. 3. Jg. 1927, H. 23, S. 549-551

Hille, Peter: Die Duncan. In: Der arme Teufel. Berlin. 2. Jg. Nr. 9, 25. April 1903, S. 5

Holgers, Maria: Isadora Duncan – eine Erlösung. In: Die Schönheit. Berlin. 7. Jg. H. 9, 1904, S. 536-538

Isadora Duncan Retrospektive. In: Tanz aktuell. Berlin. Jg. 7, Nr. 6, Nov/ Dez. 1992, S. 27

Isadora Duncan und ihre Tanzschule. In: Neue Zeitschrift für Musik. Leipzig. 80. Jg. H. 15, 10. April 1913, S. 205-206

Israel, N.: Isadora Duncan´s Freitanz-Schule. In: Das Tanzarchiv. Köln. Heft 12, 25. Jg., Dez. 1977, S. 454-455

Jeschke, Claudia: Isadora Duncan in ihrer Zeit. In: Tanz aktuell. Berlin. Jg. 5, Nr. 8, Okt. 1990, S.26-35

Jürgens, Alfred: Von Isadora Duncan bis Mary Wigman. In: Die Freude. Egestorf. 2. Jg. 1925, H. 11, S. 420-425

Merz, Richard: Tanzaufbruch als Religion. Isadora Duncan als Pioniergestalt des 20. Jahrhunderts. In: Tanz & Gymnastik. Zürich. Jg. 57, H. 2/2001, S.18-23

Müller, Katrin Bettina: Entmythisierung der Naturgewalt Isadora. Zu einem neuen Buch über Isadora Duncan von Carola Stern. In: Ballett international/ Tanz aktuell. H. 4, April 1996, S. 52

Rößler, Arthur: Miß Isadora Duncan. In: Freistatt. Kritische Wochenschrift für Politik, Literatur und Kunst. München. 4. Jg. 1902, H. 36, S. 453-455

Scapin: Zum Tode Isadora Duncans. In: Die Bühne. Wien. 4. Jg. 1927, H. 150, S. 12, 54

Scheffler, Karl: Isadora Duncan. In: Die Zukunft. Berlin. Bd. 42, 1903, S. 231-234

Scheier, Helmut: Vor hundert Jahren geboren: Isadora. In: Das Tanzarchiv. Köln. Heft 7, 26. Jg., Juli 1978, S. 280-281

Schwandt, Christian: Wir werden die ganze Welt beherrschen. Isadora Duncan und Sergej Jessenin. Eine Liebesgeschichte. In: Magazin der Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung, Nr. 681, 1993, S. 26-32

Spectator: Isadora Duncan und Anna Pawlowa. In: Schwäbische Thalia, der Stuttgarter Dramaturgischen Blätter 8. Jg., hrsg. von den Württembergischen Landestheatern. Stuttgart, 8. Jg. - 1927, Heft 28, S. 217-221

Spohr, Wilhelm: Isadora Duncan. Rückblick, neue Tänze und Tanzschule. In: Das neue Magazin (für Literatur, Kunst und soziales Leben). Berlin. 74. Jg., H. 5/6 vom 15. Februar 1905, S. 141-144

Stefan, Paul: Die Memoiren der Duncan. In: Die Bühne. Wien. 5. Jg. 1928, H. 180, S. 12-13

Stern, Lisbeth: Duncan. In: Sozialistische Monatshefte. Berlin. 33. Jg. 1927, H. 12, S. 1043

Storck, Karl: Ganz ohne Cancan: Isadora Duncan (Reprint der Kritik vom 10. Januar 1903 aus der Deutschen Zeitung). In: Tanzdrama, 1. Jg. 1987, H. 1, S. 24

Stüber, Werner J.: Isadora Duncan: Im Gefolge des Dionysos. In: Das Tanzarchiv. Köln. Heft 4, 27. Jg., April 1979, S. 169-174 (Teil1). Heft 5, 27. Jg., Mai 1979, S. 237-244 (Teil 2)

Wangenheim, Annette von: Eine Pionierin des Tanzes. Vor 70 Jahren verunglückte Isadora Duncan an der Côte d’Azur. In: Ballett-Journal/Das Tanzarchiv. Köln. 45. Jg., Nr. 4, Oktober 1997, S. 50

Westra, Bert: Op bezoek bij Duncan. In: Dansbulletin. Den Haag. 13. Jg., Nr. 1, März 1981, S. 3-7

Hungarian

Dienes, Gedeon First schools in hungary, the history of Hungarian art of movement, issuu.com, 2001.

Dienes, Gedeon and Fenyves, Mark, The Historical Summary of the Hungarian Art of Movement, issuu.com, 2005.

Dienes, Gedeon and Mark Fenyves, Dr. Valeria Dienes (1879-1978), Orchestrics Foundation, 2004 (Photos on page 1 of online article, english translation page 2), issuu.com.

Dienes, Valeria, Magyar Iparművészet (Hungarian Applied Arts) 1915/7 (The first published article on Hungarian modern dance), issuu.com.

Mark Fenyves, Dienes Valeria 135, 2014 (includes several photos of Valeria Dienes) issuu.com.

Russian

Yushkova, Elena. "Autobiography by Isadora Duncan and the Contemporary Duncan Studies," in Right for the Name. Biographical Studies of the 20th century, Memorial, European University, St. Petersburg, pp. 198-205 (2011).

Yushkova, Elena. "Cultural dialogue in the Art Practice of Isadora Duncan" in American Cultural Myths and Perspectives on the USA Literary Perception, Moscow RSUH pp. 275-287, 2011.

Yushkova, Elena. "Dance as a Bridge between Continents: The Case of Isadora Duncan," in Dialogues and meetings: Russian and American theater in the 20th century. Proceedings of the Academic Conference, Vologda pp.11-20, 2012.

Yushkova, Elena. "Dialogue of Cultures in the Art of Isadora Duncan: Formulating the Problem" in Person. Mind. Communication. Internet, Institute of Russian Studies, Warsaw University, Warsaw. pp, 1556-1561 [CD], 2012.

Yushkova, Elena. "Duncan Dancers Met in Washington, DC," in Liniya. Supplement for the Magazine “Ballet” 7, Moscow, P. 12-13 (2013).

Yushkova, Elena. "Everyday Life and Existence of the Isadora Duncan’s Moscow School," in Poetik des Alltags. Russische Literatur vom 18. bis 21. Jahrhundert. Ed. Alexander Graf. Herbert Utz Verlag. Munchen. С. 223-233. ISBN 978-3-8316-4386-8, 2014.

Yushkova, Elena. "Everything Concerning Isadora: Reter Kurth ‘Isadora. A Sensational Life’," Review in Observatoria Kultury 2, Moscow, pp. 119-121, 2009.

Yushkova, Elena. "Isadora Duncan and the Époque of the Turn of the Centuries," in The Media in the Modern World. The proceedings of the conference, Saint-Petersburg, Roza mira, pp. 134-135, 2009.

Yushkova, Elena. "Isadora Duncan in Soviet Criticism (1921-1927)" in Sergey Esenin and Art. Series “Sergey Esenin in 21st century” . Moscow, pp 536-548, 2014.

Yushkova, Elena. "Isadora Duncan: Phenomenon of Personality," in Sovremennoe Eseninovedenie, 13 Ryazan, pp. 11-21, 2009.

Yushkova, Elena. "Isadora Duncan: Working on the Project," Vestnik Instituta Kennana v Rossii 24, Moscow, P. 96-100 (2013)

Yushkova, Elena. "Isadora Duncan; Materials for the Esenin’s Encyclopedia," in Problems of Academic Biography of S.A. Esenin, Institute of World Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow-Ryazan-Konstantinovo, pp.524-542, 2010.

Yushkova, Elena. "Isadora Duncan’s World and Modern Culture," in USA: Language. Society. Culture. Proceedings of the International Conference, Petrozavodsk, KSPA Press, pp. 155-157, 2009.

Yushkova, Elena. "Pantomime in the Art of Isadora Duncan," in Academy of Pantomime: Theory and Practice. The collection of works, Moscow, Mitvel-press pp. 19-30, 2011.

Yushkova, Elena. "Phenomenon of Isadora Duncan in the Russian Press at the Beginning of the 20th Century," in The Media in the modern world. Proceedings of the conference., St. Petersburg, April, 2006, pp. 246-251.

Yushkova, Elena. "School of Isadora Duncan in Soviet Russia/USSR," in Observatoria kultury 6, Moscow, pp. 86-89, 2010.

Yushkova, Elena. "The Diplomacy of ‘Cultural Shocks’ by Isadora Duncan," in International Trends (Mezhdunarodnye Processy), Volume 6, № 1 (16), January-April (2008).

Yushkova, Elena. "The Image of Sergey Esenin in Oral Accounts of Isadora Duncan in the 1920s" in Sergey Esenin: dialogue with the 21st century. International symposium. Collection of academic papers. Institute of World Literature, Russian Academy of Sciences. Moscow-Konstantinovo-Ryazan, pp. 493-506, 2011.

Yushkova, Elena. Review of Isadora Duncan. My life. Introduction by Joan Acocella, with a prefatory essay by Doree Duncan. Liveright publishing corporation, 2013 in Voprosy literatury: journal of critique and literary studies, #2 , pp. 374-375, Moscow, 2014.

Yushkova, Elena. Review of My Life by Isadora Duncan, 2013 in The Moscow Review of Books , internet journal.

Yushkova, Elena. ‘I Won’t Carry your Umbrella and Rug’: Image of Isadora Duncan in the Unpublished Memoirs by the Forgotten Soviet Writer Fabian Garin in Right for the Name. Biographical Studies of the 20th century. Memorial, European University, St. Petersburg, pp. 58-63, 2013.

Yushkova, Elena. " Isadora Duncan as a Personage of the Esenin’s Encyclopedia," in Biography and Creative Work of Sergey Esenin in Encyclopedic Format. Papers of International Academic conference. , Institute of World Literature of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow-Ryazan-Konstantinovo. pp. 99-116, 2012.

Yushkova, Elena. "The Unknown Real Isadora. Review - Victor Seroff. The Real Isadora," in Russkii Zhurnal (The Russian Journal), Moscow, August, 9, 2007, internet publication.

Spanish

Bengoechea, Hernan de: Isadora Duncan. In: Revista de America. Paris. 2. Jg., 1913, S. 113-121

Byronianas, Agnes: Como conoci a Isadora Duncan. In: Camara work. New York. Nr. 25, Januar 25, 1909, S. 17-20 [In: Revista de Revistas, April 1930, S.20-24]

Mestre, Julia: Isadora Duncan. In: Cuba contemporanea. La Habana. t 24, 1920, S. 387-393

Mestre, Julia: Isadora Duncan. In: Revista de la facultad le letras y ciencias. Habana. vol. 30, 1921, S. 385-394

Rey Alfonso, Francisco. Isadora Duncan en La Habana. La Habana, Ediciones Gran Teatro, 1992. Folleto.

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