- Title Pages
- Studies in Popular Culture
- General editor’s foreword
- 1 Dancing mad! The modernisation of popular dance
- 2 Who makes new dances? The dance profession and the evolution of style
- 3 At the palais: the dance hall industry and the standardisation of experience
- 4 The dance evil: gender, sexuality and the representation of popular dance
- 5 English style: foreign culture, race and the Anglicisation of popular dance
- 6 Doing the Lambeth Walk: novelty dances and the commodification of the nation
- 7 Dancing democracy in wartime Britain
- 8 The ‘infernal jitterbug’ and the transformation of popular dance
- Select bibliography
- Dancing in the English Style
- Manchester University Press
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