AHI 190/290 – Cultural Heritage in Wartime Professor Watenpaugh
PFS 259 – Trans Feminist Performance: Queering Ecology Jean Vaccaro
PFS 265A (CRI 200C) – History of Critical Theory, Kriss Ravetto-BiagioliE
PFS 265C (NAS 224) – Performance in the Americas Zoila Mendoza
CDM 163 – Between the White Cube and the Black Box Fiamma di Montezemolo
EDU 230 – Critical Race Theory in Education, Patricia Quijada
AHI 200A – Visual Theory, Professor Watenpaugh
TR 3:10-6 PM
STS 200 – Theories and Methods in Science and Technology Studies, Colin Milburn
T 9 AM-12 PM STS Seminar Room (SS&H 1246)
REL 230F- Visual, Cultural, Media Technology Circulation of Culture: South Asian Documentary Cinema, Gargi Sen W 3:10-6:00 PM
GER297 – Graduate Film Studies; The Case of Cinema in Germany, Professor Fisher
ENL 280: Digitizing the Early Modern M 12:10-3:00 PM
WMS 200B 001 – Feminist Research – Rana Jaleel
MUS 221 – Music and Nature/Ecomusicology – Beth Levy
FMS ??? – Graduate Film Studies: The Case of Cinema in Germany – Jaimey Fisher
DRA 158 – Tactical Performance – Lawrence Bogad
PFS 259 – Gina Bloom – Theorizing Media and Performance – W 2:10 – 5, 248 Voorhies
MUS 221 Topics in Music History, Carol Hess M 2:10-5:00 pm CRN: 71553
This course explores music of the Americas in terms of reception, politics, and where applicable, cultural diplomacy.
MUS 223 Ethnomusicology, Juan Diego Diaz T 1:10 – 4:00 pm CRN: 81997
For the Spring term I am considering offering a seminar on groove studies where we will explore the following questions: What is musical groove? Why do we feel compelled to move to groove-based musics? What in the music produces the groove effect? and, What meanings do we give to this experience? We will explore these questions from various perspectives including analysis of musical structure, music cognition, embodied experience, and cultural and historical contexts.
PFS 265 B Signification and the Body CRN 74044 1:10 – 4:00 pm Tuesdays Wright 220
This course is designed with the assumption that seminar participants will approach this material from different starting points, including varied disciplinary, performing, and experiential backgrounds, and theoretical orientations. We all have bodies and do our work as embodied thinkers and will bring those personal histories of practice and intellectual trajectories to the seminar. The readings assembled in the syllabus provide an array of ways to think about bodies and embodiment. We will read them for what they allow us to see and say about bodies, and consider where they have us look as they attempt to show us something about bodies. How are bodies known? How do bodies make themselves known? Some of the time we will have to ask where the bodies are in a text. Or, when certain bodies are highly visible, ask which bodies are missing. The body is a site where status inequalities and boundaries are formed, suffered, upheld, and transgressed. We will consider the meanings that get attached to bodies, the consequences of the meanings, and how these meanings are perpetuated, amplified, resisted, played with and performed.