Race, Disability, and Popular Performance in the 19th Century
Friday, March 11, 1:30-6pm
CONSUMPTION, SPECTACLE, & RESISTANCE IN RACIALIZED PERFORMANCE
New Black Mass: Particularizing the Political Potential of Spectacle
Prof. Brandi Catanese, African American Studies & Theater, Dance, & Performance Studies
THANK YOU TO ALL WHO ATTENDED!
VIDEO OF THE PRESENTATIONS WILL BE INCLUDED SOON!!
MICHAEL JACKSON: CRITICAL REFLECTION ON A LIFE & A PHENOMENON
A symposium sponsored by the Center for Race and Gender, UC Berkeley
Scholars & artists reflect on the legacy of Michael Jackson on performance & artistry, racial & sexual politics, and cultural representations. Featuring the following presenters: