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D-LT 79914 - Decolonizing Ballet
"Decolonizing Ballet is an academic course designed to challenge our notions of what ballet is, who it is for and how it can better reflect today’s current cultural landscape. Students will use critical analysis to uncover the practices that have traditionally preserved ballet’s white euro-centric heteronormative patriarchal structure thereby building strategies to evolve the structure but maintain the form. Through readings and class discussions, we will ask what decolonization looks like, why it is important and who is leading the way. "

Prerequisites L-CM 1301 / Lecture <min credit = 3.00> or BCM LENG-111 / Lecture <min credit = 3.00>
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Credit

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