Instructor
Chapman

This course is designed as the second step in the Haitian Dance Technique sequence, or for students with prior training in African diasporic dance forms. Building on prior engagement, DAN342 emphasizes further development of skills in movement execution and expression, as well as deeper study of Haitian culture, history, and politics. We focus on a different set of rhythms/dances in the dance practice, and trace themes of artistry and cultural creativity in reading, writing, viewing, and discussion. This course culminates in a final dance performance, as well as accompanying research projects that integrate an embodied/creative component.

Satisfies Dance minor requirement.
Satisfies an Africana Studies major requirement.
Satisfies Visual and Performing Arts requirement.
Satisfies Cultural Diversity requirement.

Prerequisites
DAN242 or instructor permission required.

Class Details
Course DAN 342
Section 0
CRN 20546
Time T R
Time 0230 - 0420pm
Building STUDIO A BAKER
Instructor Dasha Chapman
Notes
Max 12
Current 0
Remaining 12
Semester Spring 2022