Jose Luis Reynoso is Assistant Professor of Critical Dance Studies at UC Riverside. He was the Andrew W. Mellon postdoctoral fellow in Dances Studies in/and the Humanities at Northwestern University (2012-2014) and completed a M.F.A. in dance (2006) and Ph.D. in culture and performance (2012) at UCLA. He also holds a M.A. degree in psychology from California State University Los Angeles (2003). Dr. Reynoso has published articles on political economy and artistic ideology in postmodern dance practices in the US and Europe, dance studies and dance practices in Mexico, and mestizo dance modernisms in Latin America.
Acknowledgments Introduction: Dancing Embodied Mestizo Modernisms, Choreographing Transnational Nationalisms 1. Mexico City's Ambivalent Spatial Mestizaje: Bodies in Motion from Independence to Dictatorship 2. Choreographing the Indigenous Body in the Independence Centennial: From Dictatorship to Revolution 3. Embracing the Indigenous while Establishing a Mestizo Nation: Forjando a Revolutionary Patria 4. The Making of a Postrevolutionary Modern Dance Form: Debating National and International Politics and Aesthetics (1930s-1940) Coda: Contemporary Mestizo Modernisms and Transnational Nationalisms in the US Bibliography Index
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