Tr acing the artistic, political, and significatory impulses in the work of influential and incisive choreographer and dancer Bill T. Jones over the past 20 years, these articles investigate the multivalent impact of Jones's life and art on audiences and critics. Through his performances and his own words, Jones continues making work that is, as Barbara Browning writes, “inevitably personal and political, difficult, and engaged with the world.”

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