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    Aix Gracia, F.

    Flamenco y Poder

    2014 - Fundación Autor - Sociedad General de Autores y Editores - Madrid

    In-text: (Aix Gracia, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Aix Gracia, F. (2014). Flamenco y Poder. Madrid: Fundación Autor - Sociedad General de Autores y Editores.

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    Albin, D.

    Los bailes prohibidos del franquismo: cuando la dictadura vetó el 'agarrao' en las verbenas

    2017

    En una orden enviada a los ayuntamientos de Bizkaia, el gobernador civil de esta provincia, Juan Granell, señalaba que los bailes públicos “no han de dar jamás lugar a actitudes ni escenas inconvenientes e incorrectas”.

    In-text: (Albin, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Albin, D. (2017). Los bailes prohibidos del franquismo: cuando la dictadura vetó el 'agarrao' en las verbenas. [online] Publico.es. Available at: http://www.publico.es/politica/bailes-prohibidos-franquismo-dictadura-veto-agarrao-verbenas.html [Accessed 1 Dec. 2017].

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    Albin, D.

    Racismo franquista: la dictadura ordenó 'despiojar' a gitanos

    2017

    In-text: (Albin, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Albin, D. (2017). Racismo franquista: la dictadura ordenó 'despiojar' a gitanos. [online] Publico.es. Available at: http://www.publico.es/politica/memoria-publica/franquismo-racismo-franquista-dictadura-ordeno-despiojar-gitanos.html [Accessed 29 Nov. 2017].

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    Castillo del Trovador Macías, Arjonilla.

    2017

    In-text: (Castillos y Batallas, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Castillos y Batallas. (2017). Castillo del Trovador Macías, Arjonilla.. [online] Available at: http://castillosybatallas.com/es/castillo-del-trovador-macias/ [Accessed 2 Dec. 2017].

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    Sautter, C.

    The Miriam Tradition: Teaching Embodied Torah

    2010 - University of Illinois Press

    Dance is a form of conventional activity that can especially allow for ritual self-expression and ritualization of standard forms of movement. Dance was apparently open to Sephardic women as an outlet for expression in the Mediterranean and North Africa, with outstanding examples including belly dance and the zar cult.' (20) Overt ritual use of belly dance may have ended with the advent of patriarchal religions in the Mediterannean world, but the dance itself continued, primarily performed by women for women.' (21) 'Given the patriarchal establishment of Judaism in medieval Spain, dance by Jewish women at that time was perhaps a means of expressing feminine power, or it might have been a way of celebrating femininity' (22)

    In-text: (Sautter, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Sautter, C. (2010). The Miriam Tradition: Teaching Embodied Torah. University of Illinois Press, pp.19-22.

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