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Dance Colloquium - New Research in Dance Studies

Tuesday, December 3, 2013
  4:15–5:30 p.m.

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Location: Athletics & Dance Building
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Category: Colloquium



DANCE 280: Colloquium - New Research in Dance Studies
Affect; Archives
Linda J. Tomko, coordinator

October 1 – December 3, 2013 Tuesdays, 4:15-5:30pm
Dance Studio Theatre, ATHD 102 (Athletics and Dance Building)
Free and open to the campus

October 1
“Pitching your Projects, or Finding Support for your Scholarly and Creative Work: Views from the Arts and Sciences"
Ian Dicke, DMA, Assistant Professor of Digital Composition
Department of Music, UC Riverside
Kimberly Hammond, Ph.D, Professor of Biology
Director of the UC Natural Reserve System for UC Riverside

October 15
“Musica Poetica and the Rhetorical Body: Affect and Rhetoric in Early Music”
Adam Knight Gilbert, Ph.D, Director of Early Music
Thornton School of Music, University of Southern California

October 22
“¡Habla!: The Speaking Body, Diasporic Dancing, and Performing Latinidad in bomba and son jarocho
Jude Y. Power Soto Mayor, Ph.D, Lecturer
Department of Theatre and Dance; Department of Ethnic Studies, University of California, San Diego

October 29,
Antonia Baehr, performance artist
Berlin, Germany

November 5  Start Time:  4:30pm
“`Documents drawn just like weapons’:
Early Modern European Political Archives and their Organization”
Randolph C. Head, Ph.D, Professor
Department of History, UC Riverside

November 26
"How do You Meet the Other?: Affect, Empathy, and the Gesture of Interweaving"
Cristina Rosa, Ph.D, Visiting Assistant Professor
Department of Dance, UC Riverside

December 3
"Looking for Gesture, Affect, and Sound in Early Modern Archives”
Heidi Brayman-Hackel, Ph.D, Associate Professor
Department of English, UC Riverside

Parking: permits available at the University Kiosk
INFORMATION: (951) 827-3245

Open to: Campus Only
Admission: Free
Sponsor: Dance Department

Contact Information:
Kathy DeAtley
(951) 827-3245