Thousands of people dance Argentine tango every week in Burlington, Montreal, New York, Buenos Aires, Paris, London, and beyond. What makes it so special? Discover tango's appeal, history, and culture. This course offers an introduction to tango for dancers and non-dancers, including how to dance tango and how to interpret tango music. It also explores gender identity, cultural pluralism, and globalization in the tango world and features guest artists, videos, student-generated projects, and field trips. Instructor Elizabeth Seyler, PhD, has taught tango since 2006 and creates a friendly, welcoming environment for people all ages and abilities. Students should wear socks or clean, hard-soled shoes that pivot easily on a wooden floor. High-heeled shoes are not required (or recommended, at first)
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Dates: July 1 - August 9, 2013; Location: Southwick 301 Ballroom
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