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Dance as critical discourse in relation to digitization and cultural heritage

Research profile seminar

This seminar addresses dance as a critical discourse in relation to digitization and cultural heritage. In particular, the seminar explores the body as a critical and perhaps also provocative research tool in our digital age. Recommended readings, all articles open access:
- von Rosen, Astrid, "Activating dance records: Conceptualizing research into the Swedish, Nordic and global archives pertaining to the Russian dancer Anna Robenne", Nordic Theatre Studies, special issue, Turning Points and Continuity: Reformulating questions to the archives, vol 29:1, December 2017, 117-137. https://tidsskrift.dk/nts/issue/view/7154
- von Rosen, Astrid, "Radikal empati i dansarkivet: Omsorg om den ryska dansaren Anna Robenne", I avantgardets skugga: Brytpunkter och kontinuitet i svensk teater kring 1900, edited by Rikard Hoogland, Göteborg: LIR skrifter 2019, 203-242. https://gupea.ub.gu.se/handle/2077/59808
- von Rosen, A. (2019). "Kroppsligt kunskapande i dansarkivet: sinnliga, scenografiska och transformativa forskningspraktiker. Special issue Bodily learning", På Spissen forskning / Dance Articulated 2019. http://ps.noda.no/index.php/ps/article/view/30

Langauge: Swedish and/or English. Series curator: Astrid von Rosen astrid.von.rosen@arthist.gu.se. Organized in collaboration with Expansion and Diversity (VR 2019-2021) and Centre for Critical Heritage Studies at the University of Gothenburg

Lecturer: Astrid von Rosen

Date: 10/31/2019

Time: 1:15 PM - 3:00 PM

Categories: Humanities

Organizer: KUV in collaboration with CCHS/Archives cluster and CDH

Location: Department of Literature, History of Ideas, and Religion, Renströmsgatan 6

Contact person: Astrid Von Rosen

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