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Fall 2014 Honors Program Schedule

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Thursday, October 23 - 12:15 to 1:30 p.m.

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NEH Challenge Grant - KHRCA Colloquia: Testimony across the Disciplines: Cultural and Artistic Responses to Genocide Resource Guide 

A year-long program of activities for this project, has begun. For information on events, courses, and resources visit:

http://qcc.libguides.com/nehchallenge

FYI:

As a reminder, the 2014-2015 NEH Challenge Grant, “Testimony across the Disciplines: Cultural and Artistic Responses to Genocide” will hold its fourth colloquium in the main KHRCA gallery on Wednesday, October 22nd, from 12-2pm.

The event, entitled, “Dance, Disability and the Holocaust”, will feature Ms. Heidi Latsky, founder, artistic director and choreographer of Heidi Latsky Dance, whose professional mission is to use dance to uphold, rather than fear, embodied differences. As part of the program, Ms. Latsky will present and discuss excerpts from the GIMP project, a dance program which integrates, and is inclusive of, dancers with disabilities. Ms. Latsky will also feature one of her dancers, Mr. Jerrod Herman, for a live performance.

Dr. Amy Traver of the Department of Social Sciences at QCC will introduce Ms. Latsky, facilitate the event’s discussion, as well as contextualize Ms. Latsky’s work in historical and societal frameworks, from the murder of approximately 275,000 disabled people during the Holocaust to present-day discrimination of disabled citizens.