Publications and Papers Presented
Y para rematar: Contemplations on a Movement in Transition
by Niurca Marquez
Flamenco on the Global Stage: Historical, Critical and Theoretical Perspectives
by K. Meira Goldberg (Author, Editor), Ninotchka Devorah Bennahum (Editor), Michelle Heffner Hayes (Editor)
Flamenco Contemporáneo: Dance as Resistance in a Process of Expansion, presented as part of the Conference entitled,
The Sustainability of Dance as an Art Form: Economics, Politics and The Philosophy of Resistance, an initiative of the Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination. University of the West Indies, Barbados. March, 2014.
Formation and Development of Arará Cabildos in Matanzas: Identity Reconstructed and Reinforced, presented in Music and Dance: Epistemologies in Movement at the Caribbean Philosophical Association's Shifting the Geography of Reason VIII: The University, Public Education and the Transformation of Society. Rutgers University, New Brunswick. September, 2011.
Formation and Development of Arará Cabildos in Matanzas, presented at the 4th CRI Conference on Cuban and Cuban-American Studies. Florida International University, Miami. March, 2002.
The Arará in Cuba: Dance as a Repository of Religious Practice and Philosophy, Thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MA in Latin American and Caribbean Studies. Dr. Terry Rey, Thesis Director. Florida International University, 2001.
Santería Yesterday and Today: A New Level of Syncretism, presented at the XIX Annual Institute of Latin American Studies Conference on Latin America. University of Texas, Austin. February, 1999. Chosen for online publication.