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LECTURE: Ramon Rivera-Servera, Northwestern University

MAR 9 at 5:30-7PM | CCSRE CONFERENCE ROOM, BUILDING 360 FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | RSVP TO JOANNA AT JDEEDAS@STANFORD.EDU
TAPS and the Stanford Colloquium on Dance Studies present The Susan Cashion Memorial Lecture 2015. Ramon Rivera-Servera, Associate Professor and Chair of Performance Studies at Northwestern University, will give a lecture on “Raggaeton’s Crossings: Black Aesthetics, Latina Nightlife, and Queer Choreography.”
About Ramon Rivera-Servera Ramon H. Rivera-Servera is the Chair of Performance Studies at Northwestern University. He focuses on contemporary performance in the United States with special emphasis on the ways categories of race, gender and sexuality are negotiated in the process of migration. His work documents U.S. Latina/o, Mexican, and Caribbean performance practices ranging from theatre and concert dance to social dance, fashion and speech. He is the author of Performing Queer Latinidad: Dance, Sexuality, Politics (University of Michigan Press, 2012).
This year’s Susan Cashion Memorial Lecture is sponsored by the Department of Theater and Performance Studies at Stanford University and The Stanford Colloquium on Dance Studies, the latter of which is generously funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Details

When:

Monday, March 9, 2015. 05:30 PM

Where:

CCSRE Conference Room, Building 360

Sponsor:

This year's Susan Cashion Memorial Lecture is sponsored by the Department of Theater and Performance Studies at Stanford University and The Stanford Colloquium on Dance Studies, the latter of which is generously funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Admission:

Free & Open to the Public | RSVP to Joanna at jdeedas@stanford.edu