DNCE 3411: Dance and Popular Culture: Choreographing Race, Class, and Gender

3 CreditsRace, Power, and Justice in the United States

How race, class, and gender become aestheticized and are put into motion as popular culture. Choreographic analysis of moving bodies. How \"popular\" affects understanding of culture. Exoticism, binary structures of stereotypes, identity, hegemony.

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