Dancing with Damasio: Complementary Aspects of Kinesthesia, Complementary Approaches to Dance
Susan Pashman received her PhD in philosophy from Stony Brook University, SUNY, and also holds a Certificate in Landscape History and Design from Harvard University Landscape Institute, an MA in philosophy from Columbia University, and an MA in landscape history and design from The Inchbald School of Design in London. She is the author of two novels, Upper West Side Story (2015) and The Speed of Light” (1997). Her articles have appeared in The Journal of Music and Dance; Tikkun; Moment Magazine; and The Forward. Her short fiction has appeared in such journals as The Indiana Review, The Texas Review, The Portland Review, Arcadia, Midway Journal, Pendulium, and Dan River Anthology.
Susan Pashman; Dancing with Damasio: Complementary Aspects of Kinesthesia, Complementary Approaches to Dance. Journal of Aesthetic Education 1 January 2017; 51 (4): 26–43. doi: https://doi.org/10.5406/jaesteduc.51.4.0026
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