Exposure to Brazilian culture through embodied dance practice, informed by studies of music, race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic diversity in Brazil. Focus on Brazil's most popular and traditional dances. Reading, writing, and attending live performances required.
Open to Degree and CDE students
In this course, students will learn popular dances in Brazil as a form of cultural manifestation. Learning will take place primarily through embodied dance practice. This dance practice will be embellished by exposure to Brazilian music and studies of race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic diversity in Brazil. The course will focus on Brazil’s most popular and traditional dances. The class seeks to investigate these dances through physical practice and by presenting the Brazilian cultural contexts behind each style; this will be achieved through guided movement practice, lecture, reading required scholarly essays, discussion, analytical writing, videos, creative research projects, and required live performances.
Reading, writing, and attending live performances required.
Cohen Hall 110 (View Campus Map)
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