Collection Title: Hemispheric Institute Encuentro:Spectacles of religiosities(4th : 2003 : New York, N.Y.).
Title: Manifestations of the divine
Alternate Title: Manifestaciones de lo divino
Alternate Title: Joseph Roach, Liza McAlister, Luis Millones & C. Daniel Dawson
Date: 2003 July
Location: Part of the Spectacles of Religiosities Seminar, Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, New York University, July 5-12, 2003.
Work Type: Academic seminar.
Credits:
Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, producer ; Joseph Roach, Liza McAllister, Luis Millones, C. Daniel Dawson, creators ; NYU TV and Media, videographer.
Cast/Performers:
Joseph Roach, Liza McAllister, Luis Millones, C. Daniel Dawson, speakers ; Gisela Cánepa Koch, introduction, moderator.
Run-time (hh:mm:ss): 02:43:00
Language: English
Synopsis: Video documentation of the 'Manifestations of the Divine: The Body' mini-seminar, presented as a part of the 4th Encuentro of the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, celebrated in July of 2003 in New York City, United States under the title 'Spectacles of Religiosities'. Moderated by Gisela Cánepa Koch. Joseph Roach is the Charles C. and Dorathea S. Dilley Professor of Theater and English at Yale University. Roach has chaired the Department of Performing Arts at Washington University in St. Louis, the Interdisciplinary PhD in Theatre at Northwestern University, and the Department of Performance Studies at NYU.His books and articles include 'Cities of the Dead: Circum-Atlantic Performance' (Columbia, 1996), which won the James Russell Lowell Prize from MLA and the Calloway Prize from NYU, 'The Player's Passion: Studies in the Science of Acting' (Michigan, 1993), which won the Barnard Hewitt Award in Theatre History, and essays in Theatre Journal, Theatre Survey, The Drama Review, Theatre History Studies, Discourse, Theater, Text and Performance Quarterly, and others. Paper title: 'Ghost Notes: Jazz Divinity'. Elizabeth McAlister is Assistant Professor of Religion and Latin American Studies at Wesleyan University. Her research focuses on Afro-Haitian religious culture and transnational migration. She is the author of 'Rara! Vodou, Power and Performance in Haiti and its Diaspora'. She produced the audio CD called 'Rhythms of Rapture: Sacred Musics of Haitian Vodou' on Smithsonian Folkways. Paper title: 'Zonbi spirits and zombified bodies in Haitian Rara and Vodou arts'.Luis Millones is Professor Emeritus of Universidad Nacional San Cristóbal de Huamanga (Ayacucho, Peru) and Professor of the Literature Doctorate program of the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos. He has been Visiting Professor at the University of Texas, Austin, Stanford, Harvard and Princeton. He has published several works on Andean religions and ethnicity. He is the author of 'Dioses Familiares: Festivales Populares en el Perú Contemporáneo' ('Familiar Gods: Popular Festival in Contemporary Peru'); 'Perú: el Legado de la Historia' ('Peru: the Legacy of History') and 'Dioses y Demonios del Cuzco' ('Gods and Devils of Cuzco'). Paper Title: 'Hechizos de Amor: Magia y Poder en la Costa Norte del Perú'. C. Daniel Dawson has worked as a photographer, filmmaker, curator, arts administrator, consultant and scholar.He has served as Curator of Photography, Film and Video at the Studio Museum in Harlem (NYC), Director of Special Projects at the Caribbean Cultural Center (NYC) and Curatorial Consultant and Director of Education at the Museum for African Art (NYC). As a photographer, he has shown in over 25 exhibitions. Prof. Dawson has also been associated with many prize-winning films including 'Head and Heart' by James Mannas and 'Capoeiras of Brazil' by Warrington Hudlin. Paper title: 'The Universe in a Pot: Palo Mayombe in Cuba'.
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