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Distinguished Visiting Scholars

The Distinguished Visiting Scholars program brings accomplished scholars to Spelman College to enhance the intellectual, cultural and creative life at the institution.

Dianne McIntyre

Professorship: 2015-2016

Dianne McIntyreDianne McIntyre, an artistic pioneer, has a career spanning over four decades of choreography for dance, theater, television and film. Her individualistic movement style is shaped by her affinity for cultural histories, personal narratives, bold music and poetic text. Since 1972, she has choreographed scores of concert dances, four Broadway shows, 30 regional theater productions, a London West End musical, three feature films, three television productions, stage movement for recording artists and five original full-length dance dramas.

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Dwight Andrews, Ph.D

Professorship: 2015

Dwight AndrewsDwight Andrews, composer, musician, educator, and minister, joined the Emory College faculty in 1987. A native of Detroit, Dr. Andrews is an associate professor of Music Theory and African-American Music at Emory University and senior minister of First Congregational United Church of Christ in Atlanta. He received his bachelor's and master's degrees in music from the University of Michigan. He continued his studies at Yale University, receiving a Master of Divinity degree and a Ph.D. in Music Theory.

Read more about Dwight Andrews and his work.
View photos from "A Conversation With Dwight Andrews" event.

Aku Kadogo

Professorship: 2014-2015

Aku KadogoAku Kadogo is an international theater director, choreographer, educator and creative producer of cultural arts projects. The multifaceted artist directs highly energetic, imaginative theater works and has produced a number of collaborative inter-disciplinary projects. Her eclectic career has spanned across the United States, Australia, Europe and Asia.

View photos from "Opening Reception for Aku Kadogo."