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Moving Our Stories: The Embodied Memory Of Ruins, Erasure, And Survival

Wednesday, October 4, 2017 | 3:00 p.m.

Julie B. Johnson, Ph.D., Lecturer Of Contemporary Dance

Moving Our Stories is an interactive movement conversation that explores embodied memory, histories, and narratives. All are welcome as we examine the concept of ruins as remnants of the past that linger in the body, inform our movement, and serve as testaments of survival and resilience.

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