Hybridity


Katherine Profeta defines the word hybridity in reference to Ralph’s attraction. Ralph is a choreographer Profeta uses throughout her book.  [tome_reference id=”1402″ biblio-id=”1400″]Hybridity is something heterogeneous in origin or composition.[/tome_reference] In her book, Dramaturgy in Motion, Profeta refers to it as a mixture of people. She speaks of [tome_reference id=”1403″ biblio-id=”1365″]Ralph’s intercultural practice room that […]

Hybridity


Defined as [tome_reference id=”1429″ biblio-id=”1424″]”a cross between two separate races, plants or cultures,”[/tome_reference] the term “hybridity” has become even more significant in the contexts of cultural and postcolonial studies. The possibility of establishing/dismantling paradigms and social conjectures based on mixtures and interchanges between cultures has sparked the interest of scholars, who have developed different theories to explain […]

Hybridity


“Hybridity”, as a noun, usually has the same meaning as “hybrid”. It refers to [tome_reference id=”1324″ biblio-id=”1166″]“a thing made by combining two different elements”[/tome_reference]. In the text of the “Interculturalism” of the book Dramaturgy in Motion by Katherine Profeta, “hybridity” refers to [tome_reference id=”3977″ biblio-id=”549″]the intersection and combination of different cultures, genders, and races in […]

Hybridity


[tome_reference id=”1136″ biblio-id=”1134″]Hybridity refers to the act of combining different elements or being of mixed character[/tome_reference]. [tome_reference id=”1140″ biblio-id=”1138″]Cultural hybridity then implies a mixture of a set of traits that are made up of distinct cultural entitie[/tome_reference][tome_reference id=”1141″ biblio-id=”1138″]s[/tome_reference].  It is strongly related to themes of interculturalism, and post-colonial theory. In performance, cultural hybridity is […]

Hybridity


Hybridity Hybridity refers to mixture. It implies an action of combining two or more different elements together and come up with on one unit, a fusion. In Katherine Profeta’s book hybridity is used in the realm of dance style formation out of distinct varieties. Its production comes through a process of recursive translation. Katherine recounts […]