Yoga and White Public Space
Please join us for this informal presentation by MMaP scholar-in-residence Dr. Rumya Putcha, assistant professor of women’s studies and music at the University of Georgia.
Goat yoga, beer yoga, trap yoga, holy yoga, museum yoga. These are just a few examples of the way yoga has become domesticated in the Anglo-American context, particularly in public spaces. This talk explores how that happened and what it reveals about yoga as well as the way we think about public space.
To join via Zoom:
Meeting ID: 933 1834 8268
This presentation is cohosted by MMaP and The Nexus Centre for Humanities and Social Sciences Research, in partnership with Memorial’s Internationalization Office, Department of Folklore, and Department of Gender Studies.