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Dance & Intellectual History

The following is a guest post by Michael Kramer that originally appeared at his blog. It nicely complements Michael’s “Ideology” plenary comments from the 2014 S-USIH Conference, a revised edition of which appeared at the blog here. Over the past two years, I have worked as dramaturg and historian with The Seldoms Dance Company on their new work, Power Goes, which uses Lyndon Baines Johnson and the protests of the 1960s as a springboard for an exploration of how power relates to social change. The piece appears as part of the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago’s MCA Stage program from Read more