Florine Stettheimer’s Wave and Modern Dance
Reading through Embodied Cognition
From: Florine Stettheimer
This chapter explores the movement of the body in Stettheimer’s ballet maquettes and paintings.
Melba Cuddy-Keane is Emerita Professor, University of Toronto-Scarborough and emerita faculty member in the University of Toronto’s Graduate Department of English. Her specialist areas are modernism, narratology, and book history/print culture; her publications include Virginia Woolf, the Intellectual, and the Public Sphere (Cambridge UP, 2003) and, co-authored with Adam Hammond and Alexandra Peat, Modernism: Keywords (Wiley-Blackwell, 2014). Her work focuses on narrative and cognition. She is a former President of both the Modernist Studies Association and the International Virginia Woolf Society.