Clare Croft

Clare Croft is a dance theorist and historian, and sometimes a dramaturg and curator. She is the author of Dancers as Diplomats: American Choreography in Cultural Exchange (Oxford 2015), and the editor and curator of the anthology and website, Queer Dance: Meanings and Makings (Oxford 2017). She is also founder and curator of Daring Dances, a program based in southeastern Michigan that considers how watching dance and making dance can lead us into necessary, difficult conversations. Croft is Associate Professor of Dance & American Culture at the University of Michigan.


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