New Research in Dance Studies: In-Tension-Ally-Ties

Department of Dance
New Research in Dance Studies: In-Tension-Ally-Ties
Coordinated by Jacqueline Shea Murphy, Associate Professor, Department of Dance       
Magnolia Yang Sao Yia, Assistant Coordinator

OCTOBER 3 – DECEMBER 5, 2018   Wednesdays, 4:10 - 6:00 pm
Dance Studio Theatre, ATHD 102 (Athletics and Dance Building)
Free and open to the campus
Presentations are followed by dialogue with audience, then reception on the patio.

OCT 3  COLLECTIVE ENDURANCE
Speaker: Julie Burelle
, Assistant Professor, Theater and Dance Department, UC San Diego
Endurance/ Enduring Performance:
First Nations Women, Diplomacy, and Sovereign Re-mappings

Discussant: Jacqueline Shea Murphy, Associate Professor, Dance Department, UC Riverside
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OCT 10  EMBODIED DECOLONIZATION
Speaker: Cutcha Risling Baldy, Associate Professor, Native American Studies, Humboldt State University
Whinist’e’-xoniwh (I am happy/my body—is aware, has feeling):
Embodied decolonization and Indigenous ceremonial dance revitalization

Discussant: Mark Minch-de Leon, Assistant Professor, English Department, UC Riverside
Co-sponsored by the Department of Gender and Sexuality Studies, UC Riverside; Costo Chair in American Indian Affairs; and Faculty Commons: Reclamation and Native American Communities.
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OCT 17  WRITING AND BODYING
Speaker: Christine Sahin
, Lecturer, San Diego State University and California State University, San Marcos
Core Connections and Directions: Multiple Maneuverings of Cairo
Raqs Sharqi (Belly Dance) in the Revolution’s Aftermath

Discussant: Jeffrey Sacks, Associate Professor, Comparative Literature Department, UC Riverside
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OCT 24  NATIONAL BODY
Speaker: Tara Rodman, Assistant Professor, Drama Department, UC Irvine
Being a National Body: Itō Michio and the Performance of Kokutai
Discussant: Linda Tomko, Associate Professor, Dance Department, UC Riverside
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NOV 7  MAKING SPACE
A discussion with Anurima Banerji, María Firmino-Castillo, Anusha Kedhar, and Janet O’Shea
Agonistic Acts: Anti-Racist and Decolonial Interventions for Dance Studies

Anurima Banerji, Associate Professor in the Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance, UCLA
María Firmino-Castillo, Assistant Professor, Department of Dance, UC Riverside
Anusha Kedhar, Assistant Professor, Department of Dance, UC Riverside
Janet O’Shea, Professor of World Arts and Cultures/Dance at UCLA
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NOV 14  BODY DOUBLE
Speaker: Sarita Echavez See, Professor, Media and Cultural Studies Department, UC Riverside
Body Double: The Politics of Filipino American Plagiarism
Discussant: Anthea Kraut, Professor, Dance Department, UC Riverside
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NOV 28  MATERIALITY
Speaker: Ximena Garnica, Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Dance, UC Riverside
in-between-states
Discussant: Luis Lara Malvacías
, Assistant Professor, Department of Dance, UC Riverside
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DEC 5  DJs MOVING BODIES
DJ Kuttin’ Kandi and DJ Lynnée Denise, in discussion with Imani Kai Johnson
Embodiment and the Art of the DJ
DJ Kuttin’ Kandi, DJ Crew 5th Platoon
DJ Lynnée Denise, Lecturer, Cal State University Los Angeles
Imani Kai Johnson, Assistant Professor, Department of Dance, UC Riversid
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INFORMATION: (951) 827-3245  performingarts@ucr.edu  www.dance.ucr.edu

 

Wednesday, December 5 at 4:10pm to 6:00pm

Athletics & Dance Building, Dance Studio Theatre, ATHD 102
Athletics & Dance Building, Riverside, CA 92521

Event Type

Arts, Dance, Lectures & Presentations

Audience

Faculty & Staff, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students, Transfer Students

Cost

Free and open to the campus

Department
Dance
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