Le ‘Dance Studies Colloquium’ à portée de micro !

Cette année, nous pourrons suivre les débats du Dance Studies Colluquium en streaming (lien ici). Voici le programme détaillé des prochaines  séances.
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DANCE STUDIES COLLOQUIUM 
presents Marion Kant
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
5:30 – 7pm, CHAT Lounge
Gladfelter Hall, 10th fl., Temple University
Live-streaming at  www.temple.edu/boyer/dance/RR
The 2014/15 Dance Studies Colloquium commences this Tuesday, September 16! We are excited to present Marion Kant’s talk Toy Ballerina.
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About Toy Ballerina:

Marion writes: What is in an image? What do we see when we look at dancers? Those and similar questions have occupied me ever since I came across the ‘toy ballerinas’, Marie Taglioni and Fanny Elßler as cut-out paper dolls. I try to use these images as documents that make an understanding of the past possible: there might not be an easy answer as to what they mean and what kind of messages they convey. But they stand at the intersection of revolutionary changes in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries; they are manifestations of the ideals that bourgeois societies formed, tested, dismissed and reformed. In short, the ‘toy ballerinas’ are symbols of modernity, symbols of modern technology, modern social relations and of modern ambiguities.

About Marion Kant
From the age of 14 Marion Kant danced with the Komische Oper, Berlin, under the choreographer Jean Weidt. At the Komische Oper she also worked as a dramaturge. Ms. Kant has taught at higher education institutions in Germany, Great Britain and at the University of Pennsylvania; presently at the University of Cambridge where she is Director of Studies for German Studies. Marion has written extensively on the culture of the Weimar Republic, exile from Nazi Germany, Nazi ideology in the arts, and on opera and dance works and choreographers. Her dance historical research has focused on romantic ballet in the 19th century, education through dance in the 19th and 20th centuries, concepts of modern dance in the early 20th century and dance in exile.

In 2001/2002 Marion was a fellow at the Centre of Advanced Judaic Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. In the past years, together with musicians Marshall Taylor, saxophone, and Sam Hsu, piano, she has presented a concert series in the United States and in Austria remembering “entartete Musik”, music banned by the Nazis in 1930s Germany.

About Dance Studies Colloquium:

Dance Studies Colloquium is a dynamic interactive speaker series designed to facilitate a dialogue about emerging topics and issues related to dance. It brings together artists and scholars to explore how we assimilate ideas and events and our resulting actions within the field of dance. This free monthly event is held on Tuesdays from 5:30-7:00pm at the CHAT Lounge, Gladfelter Hall, 10th floor, Temple University (main campus). The full fall 2014 schedule is listed below. 

Fall 2014 Schedule
 
  • Tuesday, September 16th, 5:30pm – Marion Kant, University of Cambridge, Cambridge UK : Toy Ballerina.
  • Thursday, October 2nd, 12:30-1:45pm* – Mark Franko, Temple University, Philadelphia : The Fascist Legs of Serge Lifar: French Ballet During the Occupation.
    *This event is part of the Center for the Humanities Distinguished Faculty Lecture Series.
  • October 7th – Jens Giersdorf, Marymount Manhattan College, New York City : Modernism Revisited.
  • October 21st – Alessandra Nicifero, Dance Writer and Translator, New York City : Questioning/Choreographing: The Use of Interviews in Bill T. Jones’s and Rachid Ouramdane’s Performances.
  • November 11th – Vida Midgelow, Middlesex University, London, UK : Dance Improvisation and the Academy: Liquid Knowing, Language and Pedagogy.
  • December 2nd – Katherine Profeta, Queens College, City University of New York : Dance Dramaturgy and the Question of Research.

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Citer ce billet
L'équipe ahcdanse (2014, 16 septembre). Le ‘Dance Studies Colloquium’ à portée de micro ! Histoire culturelle de la danse. Consulté le 23 avril 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/auq4

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