Twelve* – the meeting of body and mind in high-stakes human encounters, is currently allowed only private viewing. But please check back for updates on the project’s milestones and progress.
A Letter Home For Dad
Professor Dr. Joanne Kilgour Dowdy
Dance: African Diaspora Transforming Christian Spiritual Landscape
Critical Joy: Ecstatic Reasoning
In the Midst of Strangers
Migration and Constructed Identities (process 1b) In the Midst of Strangers is a visual examination of difference, sameness, and the struggle to cultivate and maintain identity against the push of hegemony.
Migration and Constructed Identities: these sections of the work are being choreographed for ten to twenty dancers. The spoken text (not shown here) is taken from collected migration narratives; and original and published music.
Reflections on the body and theology engagement project and workshop series Body Matters: Somatic Conversations on Christianity, Love, and Justice are being compiled, analyzed, written up for publication. This initiative has been particularly timely given the dynamic issues around justice, love, and black bodies in the United States, the politics of bodies in the Ukraine, the challenges to ethically appropriate responses to climate change and other ongoing issues of justice and the bodies of vulnerable peoples throughout the world, and the varying Christian responses.
MORE TO COME…
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