(Re)positioning, (re)ordering, (re)connecting: A choreographic process of mind and body convergence

Published: 14 July 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/brst8d3c7k.1
Heather Harrington,


Two dancers, one from Lebanon and one from U.S., initiated new ways to choreograph birthed out of who they are, their geographical separation and their sociopolitical environments. They came together, virtually and in real life, to create hybrid performances investigating what it means to be a female in the twenty-first century through the lens of their respective countries and utilizing a feminist social constructionist perspective.

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Kean University, Lebanese American University


Dance, Communication, Feminism, Aging, Creative Arts