Digital Humanities

Check out videos below of online events and presentations.

 

Creative Pathfinders: Department of Dance

This event is presented by the Barnett Center for Integrated Arts and Enterprise in partnership with the Department of Dance. Interviewer: Nadine George-Graves. Panelist: Dianne McIntyre, BFA, Dance '69; Choreographer, Dancer, and Dance-Driven Dramatist  & Abby Zbikowski, MFA, Dance '12; Founder and Artistic Director, Abby Z and the New Utility

Community Conversations: Dr. Nadine George-Graves

Dr. Nadine George-Graves - Wednesday, April 20, 2022

The Slow Drag: or, How I Got Through The Trump Years By Watching Black Dance

The slow drag is a dance for when you just can't dance anymore, but you also can't go home. It is for the people ... Black people ... poor Black people. It is the dance of low-down/down-low jukes where polite society lose interest. This discussion is a microhistory, an autoethnography, and a critical analysis of the potential work of dance in society and culture during an important historical moment. Pausing at this moment allows us to ask how the political landscape challenges us to experience, analyze and create work differently.

Slow Down and Walk with Okwui Okpokwasili, September 2020

Moderating an interview with dancer, choreographer, writer, and MacArthur Fellow Okwui Okpokwasili. Titled Slow Down and Walk, Okpokwasili shares thoughts on the inspiration for her work and craft. This interview was presented by 50WomenAtYale150.

DSA 2017 Conference Keynote Plenary: Transmissions and Traces

The DSA 2017 Conference Keynote Plenary, titled Transmissions and TracesWatch above or on YouTube >>