Speaker/Performer: Dina Roginsky, Yale University
Hosted by Robin Dougherty
Dina Roginsky (PhD) is a faculty member in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, the Hebrew program at Yale University. Her sociological and anthropological work focuses on the intersection of culture, history, politics and performance. She has published and presented in Israel, Europe, Canada and the US. Roginsky is a co-editor of the books Dance Discourse in Israel (Resling, 2009, Hebrew), Sara Levi-Tanai: A Life of Creation (Resling, 2015, Hebrew) and Moving through Conflict: Dance and Politics in Israel (Routledge, 2020). In this talk she is in conversation with Robin Dougherty about her 2020 book.