Margaret Morrison

Margaret Morrison, MFA, is a rhythm tap soloist, choreographer, dance scholar, and playwright whose performance and research projects explore race, gender, and sexuality in tap dance history. She has published in Dance Research Journal, teaches at Barnard College, and is education advisor at the American Tap Dance Foundation. You can see her work at www.MargaretMorrison.com.


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Tap Dancing: Reports of Our Death Have Been Grossly Exaggerated
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