Chapter One: Modernism, Migration, and Irish-German Connections in the 1930s and 1940s: The Impact of Modern Physics and Dance on Ireland
Chapter Two: Erina Brady: Mary Wigman’s Irish Disciple?
Chapter Three: Duality of Cultural Influences as a Source of Insight and Inspiration: The Collaboration between Aloys Fleischmann and Joan Moriarty 1947-1992
Chapter Four: Irish Dance Documentation for the Archive: A Personal Reflection on Irish-German Connections and Intellectual Inheritances
Catherine E. Foley
Chapter Five: “Somewhere Between Remembering and Forgetting”: An Examination of the Choreographic Process Inspired by the Poem “The Man Made of Rain” by Brendan Kennelly
Chapter Six: Creating Tanztheater: Finding Ireland with Pina?
Chapter Seven: Irish Modernism and the History and Aesthetics of Dance
Chapter Eight: Rhythm and Colour: The Legacy of Dance in 1930s Joyce and Beckett
Chapter Nine: Yeats’s Transgressive Dancers
Margaret Mills Harper
Chapter Ten: “I as a Text,” I as a Dance: On the Relationship of Contemporary Dance and Contemporary Poetry with Reference to Anne Juren, Martina Hefter, Monika Rinck, and Philipp Gehmacher
Chapter Eleven: Dancing between Transgression and Transformation in German Literature after 1945 and 1989: Johannes Bobrowski and Katja Petrowskaja
Chapter Twelve: Dance and the Postmodern Subject in “Libidoökonomie” and “Der Kranich auf dem Kiesel in der Pfütze” by Feridun Zaimoglu
Chapter Thirteen: “Alive. Changing. New”: Impulses of the Jaques-Dalcroze Dance Institute on the Architecture of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
Tanja Poppelreuter and Jan Frohburg