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Maud Allan - An Edwardian Sensation

Further Reading

selected writings

Allan, Maud. 1908. My Life and Dancing. London: Everett & Company.

Bishop, Carol. 1989. “The Artistic Life of Maud Allan.” MFA thesis, York University.

Bishop, Carol. 1994. “Maud Allan: Her life, work & place in western early modern theatre dance.” MPhil thesis, University of Surrey.

Bishop, Carol. 2004. “Maud Allan: Misunderstood?” In, Selma Landen Odom and Mary Jane Warner, eds. Canadian Dance: Visions and Stories. Toronto: Dance Collection Danse Press/es, pp 75-82.

Cherniavsky, Felix. 1991. Salomé Dancer: The Life and Times of Maud Allan. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart.

Cherniavsky, Felix. 1998. Maud Allan and Her Art. Toronto: Dance Collection Danse Press/es.

Cherniavsky, Felix. 2000. “Maud Allan.” Encyclopedia of Theatre Dance in Canada/Encyclopédie de la Danse Théâtrale au Canada. Toronto: Dance Collection Danse Press/es.

Doran, Emma. 2014. “‘Feeling’ in Modern Dance Print Media: Loïe Fuller, Isadora Duncan, Maud Allan.” PhD Dissertation, Ryerson University.

Koritz, Amy. March 1994. “Dancing the Orient for England: Maud Allan’s ‘The Vision of Salome’. Theatre Journal, Vol. 46, No. 1, pp 63-79.

McDearmon, Lacy. 1978. “Maud Allan: The Public Record.” Dance Chronicle, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp 85-105.

Murphy, Helen. 2019. “Invisible Nature in the Case of Maud Allan.” Performance Research: A Journal of the Performing Arts, Vol. 24, Issue 7, pp 86-91.

Schweitzer, Marlis. 2014. ‘“Nothing but a string of beads”: Maud Allan’s Salomé costume as a “choreographic thing”’. In, Marlise Schweitzer and Joanne Zerdy, eds. Performing Objects and Theatrical Things. Houndsmills: Palgrave Macmillan, pp 36-48.

Weigand, Elizabeth. January 1986. “The Rugmaker’s Daughter, Maud Allan’s 1915 Silent Film.” Dance Chronicle, Vol. 9, Issue 2, pp 237-251.