Items where Kingston Author is "Monteiro, Celena"

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Monteiro, Celena [Reviewer] (2021) Book Review of: 'Contemporary African dance theatre : phenomenology, whiteness, and the gaze' by Sabine Sörgel. Theatre Research International, 46(2), pp. 254-255. ISSN (print) 0307-8833

Borelli, Melissa Blanco, Benthaus, Elena [Author-contributor], Brazzale, Claudia [Author-contributor], Mitra, Royona [Author-contributor], Järvinen, Hanna [Author-contributor], Rosa, Cristina F. [Author-contributor], Monteiro, Celena [Author-contributor], Rastovac-Akbarzadeh, Heather [Author-contributor] and De la Cruz, Meiver [Author-contributor] (2018) “I've danced my whole life, but none of that is useful at all” : Netflix’s We Speak Dance (2018), vulnerability and collaborative critiques. Conversations Across the Field of Dance Studies, 38, pp. 54-60.

Book Section

Monteiro, Celena (2019) The International Dancehall Queen Competition : a discursive space for competing images of femininity. In: Dodds, Sherril, (ed.) The Oxford handbook of dance and competition. New York, U.S. : Oxford University Press. pp. 233-252. ISBN 9780190639112

Conference or Workshop Item

Monteiro, Celena (2016) Currencies of (im)mediacy in the transnational dancehall experience : a case study. In: Im/mediate bodies : materiality and mediation in popular culture; 15 Oct 2016, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Monteiro, Celena (2015) Mobile hips, mobile identities : dancehall queen performance as resistance. In: Move on! Mobility meets (little) resistances; 26 - 28 Nov 2015, Vienna, Austria. (Unpublished)

Monteiro, Celena (2015) Screening subjects : transnational dancehall culture in a social media age. In: Cut & paste : dance advocacy in the age of austerity; 04 - 07 Jun 2015, Tavros, Greece.

Monteiro, Celena (2014) Pussy power and batty riders : performances of material and erotic pleasure at International Dancehall Queen Competitions. In: PoP Moves: Dancing the Politics of Pleasure; 18 Oct 2014, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

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