DAN 165 AFRO-CARIBBEAN DANCE I
A studio dance course that introduces Afro-Caribbean movement techniques, music, and history, in the context of post-colonial, sociopolitical, and cultural issues. Regional similarities and differences are examined in sacred and secular dance, with the aim of understanding the significance of dance and Africanist aesthetics to American culture.
Cross Listed Courses
This is the same course as AFR 165
Enrollment limited to 38 students.
A5, MOIA, SDP