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Michelle Potter (born 18 November 1944) is an Australian dance writer, critic, archivist, and curator of historical materials. Her research and writing have focused on but have not been restricted to Australian dance history. She is known internationally for the extent of her knowledge and expertise.Anonymous, "Potter, Michelle," Biographies, National Library of Australia, website, http://trove.nls.gov.au/people/517408?c. Retrieved 1 January 2016.

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by Potter, Michelle, 1944-
Canberra : Australian National University, Dept. of Law, Research School of Social Sciences, 1973
 
 
by Potter, Michelle, 1944-
Wanniassa, A.C.T. : Dance writing and research, ©2012
 
 
by Potter, Michelle, 1944-
Melbourne, Victoria : The Text Publishing Company, 2014 , © 2014
BookBook [text, still image, volume]
 
 
by Potter, Michelle, 1944-
Parkville [Vic.] : Dept. of Germanic Studies and Russian, University of Melbourne, 1991
 
 
The first ten years : Australia-China Youth Dialogue = Qian shi nian / interviews and English language text by Michelle Potter ; Chinese translation by WordsTalk ; designed by...
The first ten years : Australia-China Youth Dialogue = 前十年 / interviews and English language text by Michelle Potter ; Chinese translation by WordsTalk ; designed by Manelle Issa
by Potter, Michelle, 1944-
[Australia] : Australia-China Youth Dialogue, 2019
BookBook [text, still image, volume]
 
 
by Potter, Michelle, 1944-
Canberra : National Library of Australia, 1997 , ©1997
BookBook [text, still imagetext, volume]
 
by Potter, Michelle, 1944-
©2014 , Melbourne, Victoria : The Text Publishing Company, 2014
BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
 
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