Embodied Research-Creation into Contemporary Circus
July 10, 2018
Check out snapshot presentations of circus research by National Circus School students followed by a panel discussion led by Dr. Louis Patrick Leroux on the purpose and possibilities of research-creation in contemporary circus.
Develop your debating skills and spirit of investigation
"Great Thinkers, Great Ideas, Great Debates: Big Ideas That Shape and Have Shaped Modern Civilization" is an interdisciplinary course team-taught by professors from differing departments each week. A flipped classroom model means class discussions and reflective assignments, no final exam. Listed as both LBCL 298 or SCOL 398, the "Great Thinkers" is suitable for all students in any faculty. Watch the video below or read more about it.
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