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Corporeal Nationalisms: Dance and the State in East Asia
A transnational and interdisciplinary conference that spans over 3 days to highlight movements, dance-on-film screenings, and themed panels to learn about East Asian culture.
This is a transnational and interdisciplinary conference including movement workshops, dance-on-film screenings, and themed panels aimed at developing a community of scholars to engage critically with questions concerning contemporary East Asian nation-states and their performance of danced corporealities. The Corporeal Nationalisms conference will convene, for the first time, a community of scholars who research, dance, analyze, advocate, choreograph and/or write about the significance and power of dance and the nation state in twentieth and twenty-first century East Asia.
This conference begins Friday, Sept. 10 at 4:00 p.m. in 370 Dwinelle, continues Saturday at 9:00 a.m.
Film screening: Saturday, Sept. 11, 6:30, at the PFA:
Target audience: All Audiences