More than Movement: Choreographing Identities on Global Stages

Join us for the hybrid symposium “More than Movement: Choreographing Identities on Global Stages” featuring students’ work developed as part of the Global Dance I seminar (PMA 3226). Each student will present a paper (10-15 minutes long each).

When: Tuesday, December 7, at 9:40-10:55 a.m.

Where: A.D. White House or Zoom

Presentation Titles:

  • “TikTok’s Crip Walk: Mimicry, Minstrelsy, and Mommy Bloggers,” by Elissa “E” Domingo Badiqué  
  • “The Aftermath of Saying No: Choreographing Minimalism in Yvonne Rainer's Trio A and Pichet Klunchun's Behalf,” by Samantha Noland  
  • “Dirty Dancing in the American Empire,” by KeShonna Jackson  
  • “Bigotry in George Balanchine’s 1954 The Nutcracker,” by Emily Fassberg

 

This in-person event is only open to the Cornell community. The Zoom option is available to people outside the Cornell community.

Zoom link: https://cornell.zoom.us/j/92032106355?pwd=amlGWTlPZnlJNWFlc2t4ZVpONGV4Zz09

Meeting ID: 920 3210 6355

Passcode: dance

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