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Open Afro-Caribbean Class

Open Afro-Caribbean class with Yanique Hume.

Tuesday, September 18th 4:40-6:10. Rubenstein Arts Center 224. Students and Community - All are welcome.

Please follow this link to sign up to give us a head count of how many people to expect:
https://dukedance.wufoo.com/forms/open-afrocaribbean-class-with-yanique-hume/

Yanique Hume, Ph.D. (Jamaica/Cuba/Barbados) - a professor of Cultural Studies at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Dr. Hume holds a PhD in Comparative Studies in Culture, History and Social Theory from Emory University, and specializes in the multidisciplinary field of Caribbean Cultural Studies with a focus on Cuba and Haiti. Dr. Hume is also a professional dancer/choreographer who works in Afro-Caribbean forms.