Immersion Theatre Workshop with Nandita Dinesh ’06
Wellesley College Theatre is proud to host Nandita Dinesh ’06 for a series of events on creating immersive theatre about a social justice topic. The events are free and open to the public, but registration is required. Please contact Kate Svirsky, email@example.com, to register.
In exploring the role theatre can play during and after violent conflict, Dinesh has conducted community-based theatre projects in India, Mexico, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya, and Zimbabwe.
Dinesh currently teaches theatre arts, in addition to serving as the head of arts and the associate director of the Bartos Institute for Constructive Engagement of Conflict, at the United World College in Montezuma, N.M. She holds a Ph.D. in drama from the University of Cape Town in South Africa and an M.A. in performance studies from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.
Oct 7, 2:30–3:45 PMPhilippe Blanchet: Glottophobie: discriminations à prétexte linguistique
The virtual colloquium series Addressing Racism and Anti-Blackness in French and Francophone Studies features eminent scholars examining the role race plays in systems of power and thought in French and Francophone Studies.Event Date:Wednesday, October 7, 2020 -2:30pm to 3:45pm
Nov 12, 5–6:30 PMVirtual Artist Talk Series: Myra Greene
Wellesley’s Nikki Greene in conversation with photographer Myra Greene, who uses ambrotypes to challenge visual legacies of ethnographic classification in detailed explorations of her own skin color and facial features.Event Date:Thursday, November 12, 2020 -5:00pm to 6:30pm