Dr. Carol Marie Webster, PhD

April 10, 2021

12:00 – 1:00 EST

In Conversation with Dr. Anna Kasafi Perkins

In Conversation/The Church, IPV and LBTQ in Jamaica

Dr. Anna Kasafi Perkins is a senior programme officer in the Quality Assurance Unit at the University of the West Indies serving the Mona Campus. A Roman Catholic theologian/ethicist by training, she is a former dean of studies of St Michael’s Theological College, where she continues as adjunct faculty.  She is the author of Justice as Equality: Michael Manley’s Caribbean Vision of Justice, and contributor/co-editor/editor for Justice and Peace in a Renewed Caribbean: Contemporary Catholic Reflections, Quality in Higher Education in the Caribbean and Rough Riding: Tanya Stephens and the Power of Music to Transform Society. She has also written several articles and book chapters. Dr. Perkins received her PhD in Theological Ethics from Boston College in the United States.

Video Coming Soon

March 27, 2021

12:00 – 1:00 EST

In Conversation with Professor C. S’thembile West

Professor Emerita at Western Illinois University: African American Studies, English, Women’s Studies, C. S’thembile West is a former basketball coach and modern dance instructor who taught in New York City public school system. For three decades she danced with companies led by Chuck Davis, Lynn Simonson, and Dianne McIntyre. She co-created works with Crowsfeet Dance Collective and directed a small company, We Dance, spring 1983. West began writing about dance in newspapers while dancing with McIntyre’s Sounds in Motion Dance Company as a corrective for critics at the time who were writing about the company and the Jazz musicians with whom the company collaborated without acknowledgment of the history, heritage, or traditions that  undergirded the genre. Professor C. S’thembile West was born and raised in Harlem, NYC.  

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MARCH 6, 2021

12:00 – 1:00 EST

In Conversation with Dr. Enoch H. Page

A product of predominantly Black primary and secondary schooling, Dr. H. Enoch Page has spent the better part of 37 years in higher education, an anthropologist researching and teaching on structures of oppression, promoting education justice, and theorizing about sexed, gendered, raced, and classed embodied subjects. Join us as we discuss Black America’s past and present struggles for identity and belonging and potential futures.

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February 25, 2021

12:00 – 1:00 EST

In Conversation with Professor Dr. Joanne Kilgour Dowdy

Join me in conversation with Professor Dr. Joanne Kilgour Dowdy (International Dance and Theater Artist, Adult Learning Specialist, and Education Innovator and Visionary)  discussing her life of melding artistry and scholarship, her lifelong archiving practices, and  performing after 40.

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February 3 – March 10, 2021

Choreography+ Workshop Intensive

3:00 – 6:00 (EST)

March 19, 2021

Twelve* Invited Showing

January 20, 2021

AfroBeat Radio

10:00 pm – 12:00 am

Interview with Yajaira Saavedra

12:00 pm (EST)

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