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Towards a contextual and iconographical study of the Royal Ballet in the Austrian Netherlands in the eighteenth century: from royal adulation to popular authority.

Christel Stalpaert UGent (2000) Terpsichore 1450-1900: International Early Dance Conference – proceedings of the conference 11-18 April 2000 / Ed. Barbara Ravelhofer. - Oxford : The Institute for Historical Dance Practice, 2000.. p.137-148
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Terpsichore 1450-1900: International Early Dance Conference – proceedings of the conference 11-18 April 2000 / Ed. Barbara Ravelhofer. - Oxford : The Institute for Historical Dance Practice, 2000.
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137-148 pages
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English
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  author       = {Stalpaert, Christel},
  booktitle    = {Terpsichore 1450-1900: International Early Dance Conference -- proceedings of the conference 11-18 April 2000 / Ed. Barbara Ravelhofer. - Oxford : The Institute for Historical Dance Practice, 2000.},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {137--148},
  title        = {Towards a contextual and iconographical study of the Royal Ballet in the Austrian Netherlands in the eighteenth century: from royal adulation to popular authority.},
  year         = {2000},
}

Chicago
Stalpaert, Christel. 2000. “Towards a Contextual and Iconographical Study of the Royal Ballet in the Austrian Netherlands in the Eighteenth Century: From Royal Adulation to Popular Authority.” In Terpsichore 1450-1900: International Early Dance Conference – Proceedings of the Conference 11-18 April 2000 / Ed. Barbara Ravelhofer. - Oxford : The Institute for Historical Dance Practice, 2000., 137–148.
APA
Stalpaert, C. (2000). Towards a contextual and iconographical study of the Royal Ballet in the Austrian Netherlands in the eighteenth century: from royal adulation to popular authority. Terpsichore 1450-1900: International Early Dance Conference – proceedings of the conference 11-18 April 2000 / Ed. Barbara Ravelhofer. - Oxford : The Institute for Historical Dance Practice, 2000. (pp. 137–148).
Vancouver
1.
Stalpaert C. Towards a contextual and iconographical study of the Royal Ballet in the Austrian Netherlands in the eighteenth century: from royal adulation to popular authority. Terpsichore 1450-1900: International Early Dance Conference – proceedings of the conference 11-18 April 2000 / Ed. Barbara Ravelhofer. - Oxford : The Institute for Historical Dance Practice, 2000. 2000. p. 137–48.
MLA
Stalpaert, Christel. “Towards a Contextual and Iconographical Study of the Royal Ballet in the Austrian Netherlands in the Eighteenth Century: From Royal Adulation to Popular Authority.” Terpsichore 1450-1900: International Early Dance Conference – Proceedings of the Conference 11-18 April 2000 / Ed. Barbara Ravelhofer. - Oxford : The Institute for Historical Dance Practice, 2000. 2000. 137–148. Print.