The Histories of the Morris in Britain presents the proceedings from a two-day conference held at Cecil Sharp House on the 25th and 26th March 2017, organized by the Historical Dance Society and the English Folk Dance and Song Society.
Morris is an enduring feature of British culture across more than six centuries, and this conference celebrated the dance form and shared the latest in morris dance research. Topics ranged from the early days of morris dance as found in the Jacobean court, to the revival and formation of women’s sides, alongside explorations of context, costume, and competing art forms.
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