Social Justice and Connectivities: Dance in/beyond Contemporary Asia

May 5, 12:30pm - 1:45am
Mānoa Campus, Online via Zoom Add to Calendar

What particular aesthetics and politics emerge when we place dance and music as central to critiquing issues of social injustice and connectivity? This interdisciplinary panel engages with performance studies, dance studies, and critical race studies to examine performance across China, India, the U.S., and social media in the contemporary period. Featuring: Dr. Fangfei Miao, University of Michigan Dr. Pallavi Sriram, Colorado College Dr. Allesandra Wiliams, Rutgers University-New Brunswick Coordinated by Dr. J. Lorenzo Perillo Assistant Professor of Theatre and Dance


Ticket Information
Register through this link prior to the event: https://hawaii.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYvcOuvrD0sHNNBdFwP9unaAYR-gY6ygCdN

Event Sponsor
Department of Theatre and Dance, Mānoa Campus

More Information
Dr. J. Lorenzo Perillo, 808-956-5818, perillo@hawaii.edu, Social Justice and Connectivities: (PDF)

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