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Kate Eggleston 09-10-2014 03:27 PM

Interactive Workshop on Classical Dance of India - Register Today!
 
Interactive Workshop on Classical Dance of India

Presented by the Comparative Religion Department, South Asian Students Association, Asia Tree House, & the Andrew W. Mellon Arts and the Common Good Grant

Thursday, October 2, 2014 at 7-8:30pmSabrina Dance
Crawford Hall, Ehinger Center


Facilitated by Sabrina D. MisirHiralall
Doctoral Candidate
Pedagogy and Philosophy
Montclair State University


Sabrina MisirHiralall’s forthcoming dissertation focuses on how she uses Kuchipudi Indian classical Hindu dance to educate non-Hindus about Hinduism with postcolonial realities in mind. She recently published The Postcolonial Reality of Using the Term ‘Liturgical’ to Describe Hindu Dance in the Journal of Research on Christian Education. In this workshop, MisirHiralall will provide a short lecture, demonstration, and hands-on learning of gestures and their meanings.

ALL ARE WELCOME, SEATING IS LIMITED, & REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED!
Please email Kate Eggleston at keggleston@drew.edu to register by September 25, 2014.


For more information, please contact the Department of Religion at (973) 408-3124 or Sabrina MisirHiralall at MisirHiralall.S@gmail.com.

Individuals needing special assistance should contact the Housing, Conference and Hospitality Office at (973) 408- 3103 at least five working days prior to the event to ensure appropriate arrangements.

Kate Eggleston 09-24-2014 10:54 AM

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