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New Research in Dance Studies

Wednesday, October 25, 2017
  4:10–6 p.m.

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Location: Athletics & Dance Building Dance Studio Theatre, ATHD 102
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Category: Colloquium


Dance 280: Colloquium

New Research in Dance Studies
Coordinated by Linda J. Tomko

October 11 – December 6, 2017
Wednesdays, 4:10-6:00 P.M.
Dance Studio Theatre, ATHD 102 (Athletics and Dance Building)
Presentations are followed by dialogue with audience, then reception on the patio.
Free and open to the campus

October 11  5:15 P.M.   *DIFFERENT Start time this day only*
Farah Godrej
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, UC Riverside
Prison Yoga and Meditation: South Asian Text and Practice in the U.S. Carceral Context

October 25
Tria Blu Wakpa
UC President’s Postdoctoral Fellow in Dance, UC Riverside
Tatanka Choreographers, Dancers, and Martial Movers?
Implications for Scholarship and Survival

November 1
Harmony Bench
Associate Professor, Department of Dance, The Ohio State University
On the Rails: A data visualization approach to 20th-century dance touring
Co-sponsored by the Intersections of Art, Technology, and Society lecture series, hosted by the Center for Ideas and Society; Paulo C. Chagas, coordinator.

November 8
Carrie Streeter
PhD Candidate in U.S. History, UC San Diego
"Outlets for Pent-Up Individualities": African American Women and the Health Culture of Black Community Pageants, 1890s-1920s
Denise Machin
PhD Candidate in Critical Dance Studies, UC Riverside
Taking the Floor: Gender Expression, Marriage Equality Debates, and Ballroom Dancing in the 2010s
Photo credit: Star of Ethiopia poster, The Crisis, December 2015

November 29
Jonathan Ritter
Associate Professor, Department of Music, UC Riverside
Revolutionary Sounds and Bodies in Shining Path-Era Peru (1980-2000)

December 6
Rebecca Chaleff
UC Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellow in Dance, UC Riverside
Rethinking Choreographic Legacies

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

Contact Information:
Kathy DeAtley
(951) 827-3245