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“‘The dance recipes and stylistic descriptions of basse dance [a popular 15th- and 16th-century court dance] in the Leges Dansandi contain important material for comparison with the extensive and more complex 15th-century repertoires preserved in treatises and dancemasters’ manuals.’
Fair enough. But beyond its elegant descriptions, the book is also full of surprisingly blunt advice about dance floor hygiene and etiquette. Just check out some of Arena’s pointers.”
“The UMass Amherst Libraries have announced the installation of the peregrine falcon camera atop the W. E. B. Du Bois Library. The livestream can be viewed on the Libraries’ website and YouTube channel and falcon activities are posted on the official Du Bois Falcons Twitter account.”