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Lindsay Parks Pieper

the Victorian era positioned White, middle-class men as overseers of the public realm and White, middle-class women as responsible for domestic affairs. Social expectations also rendered US sport a male domain. The “separate spheres” ideology thereby limited women’s involvement in political matters

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Pirkko Markula

separate spheres of dance and sport finding each other in the popular platforms of the individualized, health conscious, competitive, and commercialized (neo-liberal) culture? And if so, why now? With these questions in mind, this special section offers an opportunity to examine the cultural and social

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Patricia Vertinsky

separate sphere’s ideology. It was physical education teacher Margaret H’Doubler, more specifically, who provided a catalyzing effect for the development of expressive movement and modern dance within female physical education and higher education ( Ross, 2000 ; Vertinsky, 2010 ), and it was the ideas of