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Southern History/Black History Symposium

Wednesday February 24, 2016 07:00 PM EST
As a part of the Public Dialogues in Race and Difference Series, several historians specializing in African-American and Southern history, talk about the relationship between Confederate heritage and African-American history.
Cost: Free

The Voting Rights Act at 50: Race, Politics, and Citizenship

Monday November 9, 2015 07:00 PM EST
The James Weldon Johnson Institute for the Study of Race and Difference at Emory University hosts a roundtable on the impact of and challenges facing the Voting Rights Act 50 years after its passage. What has been the impact of the Voting Rights Act on politics and elections in the United States? Wh...
Cost: Free

Friends of Dance Lecture: -?The Use of Imagery in Dance: From Theory to Practice,"?? Amit Abraham, B.P.T, MAPhty, Emory PhD candidate

Monday September 14, 2015 08:00 PM EDT
Imagery is one of the tools dance teachers use to promote goal attainment in classes. Depending on the level and style of dance, imagery can be used to enhance technique, choreography, creativity, and expression. Although research in dance imagery provides some insight into how imagery works and in ...
Cost: Free--No Ticket Requried

Emory Friends of Dance Lecture: Dance on its Own Terms

Monday February 24, 2014 07:00 PM EST
Author and dancer Melanie Bales will discuss emergent dance-centered research methodologies in the annual Friends of Dance lecture.
Cost: Free

A Century of Rites: The Making of an Avant-Garde Tradition: Friends of Dance Lecture

Monday September 16, 2013 08:00 PM EDT
The Rite of Spring, choreographed by Vaslov Nijinsky, with music by Igor Stravinsky, celebrates its 100th anniversary as a legendary work-- a model of formal radicalism. Lynn Garafola, dance historian and critic, proves how this ballet's conceptual freedom demonstrates its modernity and its engageme...
Cost: free, no ticket required

Know your Rites: An evening of video viewings

Monday September 9, 2013 08:00 PM EDT
The Rite of Spring, a model of formal radicalism, choreographed by Vaslav Nijinsky with music by Igor Stravinsky, has inspired many dance artists. Experience a screening of the original choreography and Pina Bausch’s version. Recommended Parking: Oxford Road Parking Deck or Peavine Parking Deck.
Cost: free, no ticket required

ART PAPERS LIVE! Artist's Talk: Matthew Coolidge

Tuesday May 21, 2013 08:00 PM EDT
ART PAPERS LIVE! welcomes Matthew Coolidge, the founder and director of the Center for Land Use Interpretation (CLUI). In his talk, Anthropogeomorphology and the Search for Meaning in the Built American Landscape
Cost: Free

Dance for Reel: An evening of dancers on camera

Monday February 11, 2013 07:00 PM EST
The Emory Dance Program presents dance films from around the world with, Dance for Reel: An evening of dance on camera.""
Cost: Free

Dance for Reel: An Evening of Dance on Camera

Monday November 26, 2012 07:00 PM EST
Emory dance faculty member Gregory Catellier and Seattle-based dance and media artist Jeff Curtis will present an eclectic group of dance for camera pieces. Catellier and Curtis have collaborated for more than four years on dance and video projects, and their work has been seen nationally and intern...
Cost: Free

Flannery O'Connor & Freud

Sunday October 28, 2012 08:00 PM EDT
William Sessions gives a lecture on Flannery O'Connor and Freud.

Worlding Bodies, Bodying History: Pina Bausch's Late Style in the World Cities Performances of the 2012 Cultural Olympiad

Monday September 17, 2012 08:00 PM EDT
Stanford University professor Kate Elswit, PhD will discuss the legacy of Pina Bausch after seeing her ten “World Cities” travelogue dances, performed by Tanztheater Wuppertal.Oxford Road Building, Presentation Room1390 Oxford RoadAtlanta, GA 30322
Cost: FREE
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