Jacqueline Shea Murphy


December 18, 2016
In this interview, IRC-Fellow Jacqueline Shea Murphy, professor in the University of California, Riverside’s dance department, gives a very personal insight into the ways in which her life as a researcher has developed, has changed herself and intensified virulent research questions. Unfolding the complexity and range of her focus on “indigeneity,” Murphy concretely talks about how the impulses of Indigenous knowledge contribute to contemporary choreographic processes, modern dance practices, and alternative understandings of the world. read more
October 24, 2016
Just before the summer, Berlin theater venue HAU hosted an installation, which had been created for the Latin American pavilion of the Venice Biennale 2015 before it toured South America, dealing with the endangered linguistic diversity on the Latin-American continent. In this interview IRC-Fellow Jacqueline Shea Murphy talks about her impressions, her critical observations and the complexity of the term “indigeneity” and its discussion. read more