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Profiling the History of Indian Dance in the USA: Part-II Programme :    Profiling the History of Indian Dance in the USA: Part-II
Venue Name: SEMINAR ROOMS II & III, KAMALADEVI COMPLEX
Start Date: 16 May 2019
End Date: 16 May 2019
Start Time: 18:30
Category Name : TALKS
 
Profiling the History of Indian Dance in the USA: 15 & 16 May 2019
A two-part lecture series presented by Dr. Arshiya Sethi, independent scholar and former Fulbright-Nehru Post Doctoral Fellow, University of Minnesota, USA

Chair: Amb. Lalit Mansingh
 
Using slides and video clippings, Dr. Sethi’s two lectures will interrogate the early history of Indian dance in America by those who imagined India and danced Indian dances like, Ruth St. Dennis and Ragini Devi; Uday Shankar and his troupe’s successful performances in USA and the first students who came to India to learn dance firsthand; dancers of Indian origin who migrated over the ensuing decades, how did they keep their art relevant yet “authentic” on foreign soil; the introduction and acceptance of other dance forms in addition to classical Indian dance; the ever growing presence of Indian dance scholars in dance departments of universities; and the increasingly comfortable traversing of both nations today
  
 
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