Improvising Across Abilities, Media, Communities

                                

Ph.D Candidates in WGSS conduct oral history project with performers of "(Un)Rollling the Boulder"

Saturday, January 10, 2015

Liam Oliver Lair and Ashley Mog, both Ph.D. candidates in the Department of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at University of Kansas, conducted an oral history project with the participants of the first performance of AUMI KU-InterArts,, "Four Rehearsals and a Performance: No Experience Necessary" (later "(Un)Rolling the Boulder: Improvising New Communities." Lair and Mog created a digital humanities site for the oral histories on Scalar, which is now accessible through the following link:
http://scalar.usc.edu/works/four-rehearsals-and-a-performance-an-oral-history-of-aumi-participants/index Their print article to accompany the digital site has been accepted by Oral History Review.



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Please join us Friday, August 11th at  5:30 for a 30-45 minute performance, followed by audience feedback and discussion.  The performance features Jesse Stewart and the Wooden Snap Dragons Ensemble.