Jennifer Homans Audio Books

Jennifer Homans Audio Books

Jennifer Homans is the author of Apollo’s Angels: A History of Ballet. She is the founder and director of the Center for Ballet and the Arts at New York University and the dance critic for The New Republic. She holds a PhD in modern European history from New York University. Before becoming a writer and scholar, Homans was a professional dancer. She is currently working on a biography of George Balanchine.

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