Faculty Conversation Series: Thaddeus Davis

Friday 25 February 2022

African American Studies Program Faculty Conversation Series: Thaddeus Davis


Join us as Professor Thaddeus Davis discusses his current work in the latest installment of the African American Studies Program’s Faculty Conversation Series. This is a virtual event held on Zoom.

About Professor Thaddeus Davis

Thaddeus Davis is the Co-Director of Wideman Davis Dance and is on faculty as an Associate Professor at The University of South Carolina. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Butler University in 1993 and Master of Fine Arts from Hollins University/ADF in 2011. After an extensive performing career with leading professional companies, he continues to perform, research, choreograph, collaborate, and teach.

His current research explores the intersections of gender, class, race, and technology through an African American lens. His research is reflected in his choreography, writings, films, lectures, and panel presentations including: Migratuse Ataraxia (2021-2016), Choreographers in the Commons Sipping Coffee (2019), Female Relationships: The Gender Gap in Dance (2012), A Dissembled Life (2011), Dance Theatre of Harlem: Modernism, History, Culture (2011), and Balance (2009).

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