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DRJ lists all books received, including those scheduled for future reviews.

Albright, Ann Cooper. 2014. Engaging Bodies: The Politics and Poetics of Corporeality. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press.
Bennahum, Ninotchka Devorah. 2013. Carmen: A Gypsy Geography. Middletown CT: Wesleyan University Press.
Billings, Joshua, Felix Budelmann, and Fiona Macintosh, eds. 2014. Choruses, Ancient & Modern. London: Oxford University Press.
Cash, Jennifer R. 2012. Villages on Stage: Folklore and Nationalism in the Republic of Moldova. Halle, Germany: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology.
Hutchinson, Sydney. 2013. Salsa World: A Global Dance in Local Contexts. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
McDonald, Caitlin E., and Barbara Sellers-Young. 2013. Belly Dance Around the World: New Dance Communities, Performance and Identity. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.
Morcom, Anna. 2013. Illicit Worlds of Indian Dance: Cultures of Exclusion. London: C. Hurst.
Newman, Barbara. 2013. Never Far from Dancing: Ballet Artists in New Roles. London: Routledge.
O’Connor, Barbara. 2013. The Irish Dancing: Cultural Politics and Identities, 1900–2000. Cork, Ireland: Cork University Press.
Perron, Wendy. 2013. Through the Eyes of a Dancer: Selected Writings. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press.
Prickett, Stacey. 2013. Embodied Politics: Dance, Protest, and Identities. Binsted, Hampshire, UK: Dance Books.
Reeve, Sandra. 2013. Body and Performance: Ways of Being a Body. Axminster, UK: Triarchy Press.
Simonson, Mary. 2014. Body Knowledge: Performance, Intermediality, and American Entertainment at the turn of the Twentieth Century. New York: Oxford University Press.
Thoms, Victoria. 2013. Martha Graham: Gender & the Haunting of a Dance Pioneer. Bristol, UK: Intellect. [End Page 143]


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