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Show & Prove: The Tensions, Contradictions, & Possibilities of Hip Hop Studies in Practice

a two-day conference

March 30, Friday 5 to 7 pm

March 31, Saturday 8:30 am to 8 pm

For more information, please email cmep(at)nyu.edu.

Registration for the conference must be completed by filling out this FORM.

For full schedule, click here.

Show and Prove 2012 (S&P 2012) provides an opportunity for […]

The Politics of B-Girling and Battling: Lunch Talk @ NYU

THE POLITICS OF B-GIRLING AND BATTLING

A Brown Bag Lunch Talk with Imani K. Johnson

October 18, Monday 12:30 to 1:45 pm

Imani Kai Johnson, Department of Performance Studies, NYU

In a dance culture like breaking, how does movement shape gender politics and the cultural meaning of b-girling?

41-51 East 11th Street, Room 741 […]

Brooklyn-based choreographer Miguel Gutierrez

in conversation with NYU Performance Studies PhD student Jenn Joy

Monday, November 16 7-8:30 PM

NYU Department of Performance Studies 721 Broadway, 6th Floor

NYU’s Department of Performance Studies presents the third event in this year’s Performance Studies Lecture Forum

Miguel Gutierrez, an active figure in the New York scene for the past twelve […]

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