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Migrating Bodies: Identity, Place, Movement, Fall 2010

HSEM 3039H, 2 credits Wednesdays, 4:40 – 6:20 p.m. Location: 012 Nicholson Hall Instructor: Kjel Wayne Johnson, Cultural Studies, Comparative Literature Course Description This seminar is connected to the project “Migrating Bodies: Stories of Identity, Place, and Movement,” which will bring African and African-American artists and performers to campus to explore themes of place and […]

Delicious Movement for Forgetting, Remembering, and Uncovering, Fall 2010

ALL 3920, Section 6, 2 credits, AAS 3920, section 2 Tuesdays Sept. 14; Oct. 19; Nov. 9, 16, 23, 30 Thursdays Sept. 30; Oct. 28; Nov. 4 Students are also required to attend a performance of “Raven” at the Walker Art Center, 11 a.m., Saturday October 2 Instructor: Eiko Otake Course Description Delicious Movement is an […]

Curriculum Associated with the University Symposium, Spring 2010

The following courses are associated with the University Symposium on Body & Knowing: Body, Soul, and Spirit in Medieval and Renaissance European Medicine; The Art of Collaboration: The Process Embodied; Cultural Constructions of the Body; Medical Consumerism; Body Mind Centering; The Articulate Body; and Embodied Cognition.

Curriculum Associated with the University Symposium, Summer and Fall 2009

The following courses are associated with the University Symposium on Body & Knowing. Animals in Healthcare and Creative Arts in Health and Healing will be offered during the summer. Fall semester courses include: On Human Nature; Body Mind Centering; Dance and Citizenship; Dance and Popular Culture; and What Music Is. Summer 2009 Animals in Healthcare CSPH 5000, Section 001, 3 credtis Monday through Friday, […]

Curriculum Associated with the University Symposium, Spring 2009

The following courses are associated with the University Symposium on Body & Knowing: Perception & Action; Cultural Histories of Healing; On Human Nature; Pragmatism; Chemical Medicine in Renaissance Culture; Body, Soul, and Spirit in Medieval and Renaissance European Medicine; History of the BodyLife for Sale; and The Body Acoustic. Perception & Action KIN 8211 Tuesdays, 3:00 P.M. – 05:30 p.m. 1701 University 206 […]