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Margaret Newell H'Doubler (April 26, 1889, Beloit, Kansas – March 26, 1982, Springfield, Missouri) created the first dance major at the University of Wisconsin. Her dance pedagogy was a blend of expressing emotions and scientific description. She used her knowledge about the body to help create movement to express what the dancers were feeling, and wrote five books about her pedagogy and about the importance of dance in education. Among H'Doubler's students was Anna Halprin at the University of Wisconsin in 1938.

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  • Margaret Newell H'Doubler (April 26, 1889, Beloit, Kansas – March 26, 1982, Springfield, Missouri) created the first dance major at the University of Wisconsin. Her dance pedagogy was a blend of expressing emotions and scientific description. She used her knowledge about the body to help create movement to express what the dancers were feeling, and wrote five books about her pedagogy and about the importance of dance in education. Among H'Doubler's students was Anna Halprin at the University of Wisconsin in 1938.
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  • Margaret Newell H'Doubler (April 26, 1889, Beloit, Kansas – March 26, 1982, Springfield, Missouri) created the first dance major at the University of Wisconsin. Her dance pedagogy was a blend of expressing emotions and scientific description. She used her knowledge about the body to help create movement to express what the dancers were feeling, and wrote five books about her pedagogy and about the importance of dance in education. Among H'Doubler's students was Anna Halprin at the University of Wisconsin in 1938.
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