Arts and Humanities

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Dancing Otherwise

According to Assistant Professor of Dance Amy Swanson, the contemporary Senegalese dance scene has become a liminal space in which artists can explore expressions of gender and sexuality that are at odds with social norms — as long as they deny they’re doing any such thing.
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A Sense of History

In his new book, Empires of the Senses, published by Oxford University Press, Rotter offers a study of the ways that English-speaking powers — the British in India, the Americans in the Philippines — experienced the landscapes they had conquered, and how those experiences colored their beliefs about them.