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Publications:
Tango: An Expression of Argentinean National Identity?

The focus on this paper is on the historical evolution of tango dance and song. I will explore the creation of Argeninean identity through the symbolic status of tango.

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Tolstoy’s and Unamuno’s Approaches to History: An Introduction

Analysis of Tolstoy's and Unamuno's concepts of history and intra-history in their novels: War and Peace and Peace in War.

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Remedios Varo and her Art: An Introduction

Remedios Varo (1908-1963), a Spanish born painter who lived in France and Mexico, invites us into a world of her imagination in her art.

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Carmen, Flamenco and the Spanish Gypsies: An Introduction

Exploring the methodology used by Saura in his attempt to re-interpret the identity of Carmen as a Spanish Gypsy through flamenco dance.

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Olga Costa and Her Art: An Introduction

This paper explores the art of the extraordinary Mexican painter, Olga Costa, in the context of her preoccupation with the construction of the genre roles in Mexican society.

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Exploring Identity of Spanish Gypsies through Flamenco Dance: An Introduction

This paper provides an examination of the multilayered concept of Gypsies' identity within the context of Spanish identity. The evolution of flamenco dance is also presented.

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Voiceless Women and Violence in Juarez City, Mexico

This paper explores the background and the reasons for, violence towards young women in Juarez City, Mexico, and the measures taken to diminish these attrocities.

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An Introduction to the Historical and Artistic Significance of Two Religious Icons

Black Madonna of Czestochowa in Poland and Black Madonna of Guadalupe in Mexico have been the most popular religious and cultural icons in their respective countries since the 16 century.

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Published online: April 17, 2014

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A Star is Born: A Symbol of Latina Pop Music

This paper focuses on the construction of collective identity through the personal identity of Selena, a symbol of the Latino community and nation.

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Published online: July 30, 2015

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Tarsila do Amaral and Her Art: An Introduction

Tarsila do Amaral contributions to Brazilian art include three paintings: A Negra,Abaporu and Anthropophagy,all representative of the artist vision of the new Brazilian reality.

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Published Online: April 22, 2016

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