About this Event
Arts Building, Riverside, CA 92507#ucrdance
UCR Department of Dance
New Research in Critical Dance Studies Colloquium Series
DEHUMANIZATION, ENTROPY, AND DEATH IN PANTEHA ABARESHI’S VIDEO PERFORMANCES, “NOT BETTER YET” AND “NATURAL DISASTER”
Rosalia Lerner, PhD
Mon. Oct. 16, 3:00 - 5:00 PM, PDT
ARTS 166/HYBRID (Register to Attend Online)
Rosalia Lerner is a Presidential Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of California, Berkeley. Her book project “Get Well Soon!:” Sick Bodied Performance of Chronic Conditions considers how performance and dance work by 21st century chronically ill artists both critique a neoliberal ontology and enact alternative ontologies of political resistance and anti-capitalist possibility.
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NEW RESEARCH IN CRITICAL DANCE STUDIES COLLOQUIUM SERIES
Coordinated by María Regina Firmino-Castillo
Assistant Professor of Critical Dance Studies
Cosponsors: CHASS Dean's Office and the Center for Ideas and Society; Center for Ideas and Society Performing Difference Faculty Commons; Health Humanities and Disability Justice Research Initiative.
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