UCR Department of Dance

The Christena Lindborg Schlundt Lecture Series in Dance Studies

FROM BARE LIFE TO CRIP BODIES: A DISCUSSION ON CORPOMÍDIA THEORY AND THE SHORT-CIRCUIT OF REPRESENTATIONS

Christine Greiner

 

Mon. Nov. 13, 3:00 - 5:30 PM, PST

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Christine Greiner is Full Professor in the Department of Arts, Graduate Program of Communication and Semiotics and the Undergraduate Course of Body Arts at the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, Brazil. She is the author of several books and articles on Contemporary Dance and Performance, Japanese Culture and Philosophy of the Body, including Readings of the Body in Japan and Cognitive Diasporas (2015), Fabulations of the Japanese Body and Microactivisms (2017), Body in Crisis (2021) and Crip Bodies, Installing Strangeness to Exist (2023). She was a visiting scholar at the Department of Performance Studies at Tisch School of the Arts/NYU, and visiting professor at the Department of Dance (Paris VIII), Kansai Gaidai University (Osaka), and Nichibunken Center (Kyoto), among others.

 

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TRANS-CORPOREAL ENTANGLEMENTS 

NEW RESEARCH IN CRITICAL DANCE STUDIES COLLOQUIUM SERIES

Coordinated by María Regina Firmino-Castillo

Assistant Professor of Critical Dance Studies

 

Cosponsored by: Christena Lindborg Schlundt Lecture Series in Dance Studies and the Health Humanities and Disability Justice Research Initiative.

 

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Image credits: Cover image for Christine Greiner’s forthcoming book, Crip Bodies, Installing Strangeness to Exist (2023) by Jan Brokof.

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