Performance

Michael Jackson: Critical Reflection on a Life & a Phenomenon

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Thu, 10/01/2009 - 15:00 to 18:00

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

New Location:
BECHTEL ENGINEERING CENTER
SIBLEY AUDITORIUM
UC Berkeley
Berkeley, CA

Scholars & artists reflect on the legacy of Michael Jackson on performance & artistry, racial & sexual politics, and cultural representations.  Featuring the following presenters:

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Consumption, Spectacle, & Resistance in Racialized Performance

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"New Black Mass: Particularizing the Political Potential of Spectacle," Prof. Brandi Catanese, African American Studies & Theater, Dance, & Performance Studies

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"Consuming the Native 'Other' Before the Mestiza/o Norm: The Touristic Commodification of Four P'urhepecha Cultural/Spiritual Performances in Michoacan," Gabriela Spears-Rico, Ethnic Studies

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Thu, 10/14/2010 - 16:00 to 17:30

Location: 

691 Barrows Hall

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

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