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cfp "Dancing the Anthropocene" 4S 2019 New Orleans

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Annika Capelán <[log in to unmask]>

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*With apologies for cross-posting!*


*4S 2019 New Orleans - September 4-7, 2019 *



Please consider submitting a paper for Open Panel 31:


*Dancing The Anthropocene - Envisioning Rituals, Bodies, Environments and
Political Situatedness Through the Lens of Dance*


Dancing is a ubiquitous form and a powerful expression for thinking about
bodies, energy, ecology and temporalities. At the same time dance is
performed at different scales and intensities while also affected by
experiences, improvisations and evocations. Dancing, as performative mode,
draws our attention to two issues of ongoing importance to STS: (1)
movements, fluidities and meanings and (2) relationality and materiality. Dance
may thus be simultaneously literal and metaphorical, structured and
spontaneous, producing situations that may lure knowing but render it
beyond words. In this way it generates pathways to think through, but also
possibilities to rethink/regenerate social life more generally. Here,
dancing becomes an interesting focal point for exploring the Anthropocene.


This panel considers dancing as both a lens and a site for understanding
social life and naturecultures. We invite papers and/or performances that
attempt to disrupt entrenched ideas about human
and/or multispecies relations, using dance and dancing to envision
alternative worldviews and reframe key problems. We ask: how
can STS scholars explore dancing as epistemic practice in the Anthropocene,
both in its own terms and in conversation with more conventional academic
ways of knowing?


Possible topics are:

- Dance in relation to memory, ritual, bodies, health, care and/or healing.

- Dance in environmental perspective: relationality, materiality and senses
of place.

- Dance and temporalities.

- Dance in/as political protests, resistance, negotiations.

- Dance and migration.

- Dancing as knowing-knowing as dancing.

- Dancing as collaboration-collaboration as dancing.

- Multispecies, human-nonhuman dancing.

- Frictions and/or stillness/stasis/interruptions in dancing.



 We are looking forward to your proposals!



*Dr Gloria Baigorrotegui, Instituto de Estudios Avanzados – Usach*

*Dr Annika Capelán, Independent researcher/Deakin University *

*Dr Flavio D’Abramo, MPIWG Berlin*



*Deadline: February 1, 2019*
Submissions: https://www.4s2019.org/accepted-open-panels/

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