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Bibliodiscotheque Symposium
Explore the history of disco music, dance and culture in this afternoon symposium presented in association with Brightest Young Things, The Recording Academy, Capital Pride and the District of Columbia Library Association. Introduction and The Craft of Making Disco Balls (00:20): Carla Hayden, Rhona Wolfe Friedman, Toni Grady Lehring, Yolanda Ayers Baker, Robert Newlen Two Perspectives on Beyoncé's African Dance References (24:34): Martin Scherzinger Disco: The Bill Bernstein Photographs (54:24) Hot Stuff: Disco and the Remaking of American Culture (01:28:05): Alice Echols Panel Discussion, Q&A (01:58:04) Martin Scherzinger, Bill Bernstein, Alice Echols, Nick Brown Interview: "I Will Survive" (02:53:16): Gloria Gaynor, Robin Roberts
Event Date
May 06, 2017
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Running Time
3 hours 52 minutes 9 seconds
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