Guest lecture with Elizabeth Schwall, Assistant Professor of History at Northern Arizona University

 Professor Schwall is the author of “Dancing with the Revolution, Power, Politics and Privilege in Cuba,” which explores the roles of ballet, modern and folkloric dancers during the Cuban Revolution. For example, the dancers often used their art to posit more radical notions of social justice than political leaders were able or willing to implement. She will share some of the key insights from her book, as well as give us a glimpse into her research process.

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