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Publications

  • Spinning Mambo into Salsa
  • The Dances of Dore Hoyer
  • The Dances of Michio Ito
  • Rumba Encounters: Transculturation of Cuban Rumba in American and European Ballrooms, by Juliet McMains
  • Jean Erdman: Creature on a Journey
  • Experiential Anatomy Dance
Author/Title Research Type Related Fields
McMains, Juliet. “Fostering a Community of Consent in Social Dance Communities.” Journal of Dance Education, January 2021. DOI: 10.1080/15290824.2020.1851693. Publications, Articles Dance, Dance Pedagogy, Feminism and Feminist Theory, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Radical Pedagogy, Salsa, Social Dance
McMains, Juliet. “Queer Tango Space: Minority Stress, Sexual Potentiality, and Gender Utopias.” TDR: The Drama Review 62, no. 2 (2018): 59–77. Publications, Articles 21st Century, Ethnography, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Latin American, Tango
McMains, Juliet. “Rebellious Wallflowers and Queer Tangueras: Female Leaders in Buenos Aires’ Argentine Tango Scene.” Dance Research, 36, no. 2 (2018): 173–197. Publications, Articles 21st Century, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Latin American, Popular Culture, Social Dance, Tango
McMains, Juliet. “Re-Claiming Competitive Tango: The Rise of Argentina’s Campeonato Mundial.” In Oxford Handbook of Dance and Competition, edited by Sherril Dodds, 306–330. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2018. Publications, Articles Dance History, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Latin American, Social Dance, Tango
McMains, Juliet. Spinning Mambo into Salsa: Caribbean Dance in Global Commerce.  Oxford University Press, 2015. Publications, Books Caribbean, Dance, Dance History, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Latino/a Studies, Salsa, Social Dance
McMains, Juliet. “Three Hip Bumps and Two Head Whips: Shakira, J. Lo, Intersectionality, and Female Empowerment at Super Bowl LIV.” In Dance in US Pop Culture, edited by Jennifer Atkins. London and New York: Routledge, forthcoming. Publications, Articles Feminism and Feminist Theory, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Latino/a Studies, Media Studies, Popular Culture
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