Flamenco on the Global Stage: Historical, Critical and Theoretical Perspectives

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The language of the body is a central text in the study of flamenco on the global stage. From the records of the Inquisition, to 16th century literature, to European travel diaries, the Spanish dancer beguiles and fascinates. The word flamenco evokes the body of a sensuous and rebellious woman-the bailaora-whose lascivious movements seduce the audience, only to reject their invasive gaze with a stomp of defiance. The flamenco dancer's body is an agent of ideological resistance, conveying a desire for subjectivity and autonomy and implying deeply held ideas about history, national identity, femininity and masculinity. This collection of new essays by flamenco historians, critics and cultural theorists provides an overview of flamenco scholarship, illuminating flamenco's narrative and addressing some of the stereotypes that exist in flamenco studies. The contributors bring new information into flamenco's chronology, offer fresh perspectives on age-old themes and suggest new paradigms for flamenco as a cultural practice.

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K. Meira Goldberg teaches at Sarah Lawrence College and at the Fashion Institute of Technology, USA; she has taught at and guest lectured at NYU, Flamenco Festival International in Albuquerque, Ballet Hispanico, Bryn Mawr, Princeton, Duke, and Smith College. Ninotchka Devorah Bennahum is Professor of Dance History/Theory/Performance Studies in the Department of Theater & Dance at the University of California, Santa Barbara, USA. Dancer, choreographer, and dance scholar Michelle Heffner Hayes is currently Professor and Chair of the Department of Dance at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, USA.

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