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Kathryn Karipides Interview (Audio)

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  • We welcome Kathryn Karipides to CASE Stories. Kathryn began her career at the Flora Stone Mather College for Women in 1956 and retired as the Samuel B. and Virginia C. Knight Professor Emerita in 1998. She is largely responsible for the development of the dance program at CWRU, which grew from the early physical education classes taught to Mather students into nationally recognized undergraduate and graduate programs within the theatre department. Karipides has performed all over the country and is renowned for her choreographic work, particularly the body of work created during her ten years as principal dancer and choreographer for the Dance Theatre of Kathryn Karipides and Henry Kurth (1969-1979) She is the recipient of the Carl F. Wittke Award for excellence in undergraduate teaching at CWRU, The Cleveland Arts Prize and the Ohio Dance Award.
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Date
  • 2009-11-01
Coverage
  • 1934-2009
Source
  • Case Western Reserve University
Language
  • English
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  • original audio recording
  • sound
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  • audio/mpeg
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  • ksl:arccst00004
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/2186/ksl:arccst00004
HANDLE http://hdl.handle.net/2186/ksl:arccst00004
Access Rights Open Access
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