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This week, we review and analyze Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ (機動戦士ガンダムΖΖ) episode 22 - “Judau, Launch!” (ジュドー、出撃!!) (sometimes also translated to English as “Judau Sorties!”), discuss our first impressions, and provide commentary and research on the history of recreational ballet and ballet in Japan.
- Main paper I consulted about ballet in Japan:
Ono, Sayako. “Ballet in Japan: Reconsidering the Westernization of Japanese Ballet.” Journal of Glocal Studies, vol. 3, 2016. https://www.seijo.ac.jp/research/glocal-center/publications/backnumber/jtmo420000005foz-att/a1469430663005.pdf. Accessed 12 Jan. 2021.
- Paper about perceptions of dance by young people in the UK:
Sanderson, Patricia. “The Arts, Social Inclusion and Social Class: The Case of Dance.” British Educational Research Journal, vol. 34, no. 4, 2008, pp. 467–490. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/40375509. Accessed 12 Jan. 2021.
- Wikipedia page on the economic history of Japan, which talks about the economic booms of the '60s, '70s, and '80s.
- Overview of the book_ In Ballet Class: An American History, by Melissa Klapper (talking about the history of recreational ballet in the United States)._
- Page on the Bolshoi Ballet Academy website about the academy's involvement in ballet education in Japan.
- The first of our Patreon posts about the Haman Karn cosplay we commissioned from Deidre (Rozenrabbit), and her social media links.
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