Monday, August 24, 2015

Some New(er) Flamenco Publications

Here are some (mostly) recent and upcoming publications concerning flamenco, all now included in the flamenco bibliography that can be found here.

Aoyama, Yuko. 2015. “Cultural Survival as a Geographic Paradox: The Case of Flamenco.” In Global Movements: Dance, Place, and Hybridity, edited by Olaf Kuhlke and Adam Pine. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Bahl, Seema. 2015. "Disability, Hybridity, and Flamenco Cante." Women, Gender, and Families of Color 3 (1): 1–18.

Bennahum, Ninotchka. 2000. Antonia Merce. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press.

Bennahum, Ninotchka. 2013. Carmen. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press.

Bennahum, Ninotchka, and K. Meira Goldberg. 2013. 100 Years of Flamenco in New York City. New York: New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.

Bennahum, Ninotchka D., K. Meira Goldberg, and Michelle Heffner Hayes, eds. 2015. Flamenco on the Global Stage: Historical, Critical and Theoretical Perspectives. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

Brown, Joshua Michael. 2014. "Flamenco Capital: Tradition, Revolution and Renewal in Seville, Spain." PhD dissertation, University of California, Riverside.

Casas-Mas, Amalia, Juan Ignacio Pozo, and Ignacio Montero. 2014. "The Influence of Music Learning Cultures on the Construction of Teaching-Learning Conceptions." British Journal of Music Education 31 (3): 319–42.

Casellas, Milagros López-Peláez. 2014. “Imagined Communities and Gypsy Stereotypes: The Spanish Film ‘Alma Gitana’ by Chus Gutierrez.” International Journal of Literary Humanities 11 (2): 27–35.

Chávez, Nicolasa. 2015. The Spirit of Flamenco: From Spain to New Mexico. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press.

Ede, Yolanda Van. 2014. "Japanized Flamenco: Sensory Shifts in a Transcultural Relocation of a Dance Genre." Journal of Dance & Somatic Practices 6 (1): 61–74.

Ede, Yolanda van. 2014. “Sounding Contestation, Silent Suppression, Cosmopolitics and Gender in Japanese Flamenco.” In Dance Ethnography and Global Perspectives: Identity, Embodiment and Culture, edited by Linda E. Dankworth and Ann R. David. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Garcia, Carolina Loyola, Carmela Greco, and Maria Benitez. 2014. Sobre las olas: A Story of Flamenco in the U.S. DVD. Brooklyn, NY: Pragda.

Goldberg, K. Meira. 1991. “A ‘Heart of Darkness’ in the New World: Carmen Amaya’s Flamenco Dance in South American Vaudeville.” Dance in Hispanic Cultures: Proceedings of the 14th Annual Conference, 1991.

Goldberg, K. Meira. 1995. “Border Trespasses: The Gypsy Mark and Carmen Amaya’s Flamenco Dance.” PhD dissertation, Temple University.

Goldberg, K. Meira. 1987. “Carmen Amaya Wore Pants: Flamenco as a Forum for Cross-gender Identification in Spanish Gypsy Culture.” Progress & Possibilities: CORD Annual Conference, 1987:271–86.

Goldberg, K. Meira. 2014. “Sonidos Negros: On the Blackness of Flamenco.” Dance Chronicle 37 (1): 85–113.

Hellier-Tinoco, Ruth. 2014. “Constructing ‘Old Spanish Days, Inc.’ in Santa Barbara, California, USA: Flamenco vs. Mexican Ballet Folklórico.” Congress on Research in Dance Conference Proceedings, 2014:91–8.

Machin-Autenrieth, Matthew. 2015. “Flamenco ¿Algo Nuestro? (Something of Ours?): Music, Regionalism and Political Geography in Andalusia, Spain.” Ethnomusicology Forum 24 (1): 4–27.

Matteucci, Xavier. 2014. “Forms of Body Usage in Tourists’ Experiences of Flamenco.” Annals of Tourism Research 46:29–43.

Thimm, Tatjana. 2014. “The Flamenco Factor in Destination Marketing: Interdependencies of Creative Industries and Tourism—the Case of Seville.” Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing 31 (5): 576–88.