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In Adams, Carol J. and Wise, Michael, eds. Pedaling Resistance: Sympathy, Subversion, and Vegan Cycling. 2024.


In Candelario, Rosemary and Henley, Matthew, eds. Dance Research Methodologies: Ethics, Orientations, and Practices. 2023.

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In Mica, Adriana et al, eds. The Routledge Handbook of Failure. 2023.

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In MacNeill, Z. Zane and Zebracki, Martin, eds. Politics as Public Art: The Aesthetics of Political Organizing and Social Movements. 2022.

“He’s an Animal:”
Naturalizing the Hyperreal in Modern Combat Sport

In Bowman Paul, ed. The Martial Arts Studies Reader. Rowman & Littlefield International. 2018.

Making Play Work: Competition, Spectacle and Intersubjectivity
in Hybrid Martial Arts


In Dodds, Sherril, ed. Oxford Handbook of Dance and Competition. Oxford University Press. 2018.

Festivals and Local Identities in a Global Economy:
the Festival of India and Dance Umbrella


In DeFrantz, Thomas and Rothfield, Philipa, eds. Choreography and Corporeality: RELAY in Motion. Palgrave Macmillan. 2016.

From Temple to Battlefield: Bharata Natyam in Sri Lanka.


In Giersdorf, Jens and Morris, Gay, eds. Choreographies of 21st Century Wars. Oxford University Press. 2016.

Das Lokale Vermarkten (Marketing the Local):
The Festival of India and Dance Umbrella


In Hardt, Yvonne and Stern, Martin, eds. Choreographie und Institution (Choreography and Institution). Transcript. 2011.

Roots/Routes of
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In Carter, Alexandra and O’Shea, Janet, eds. The Routledge Dance Studies Reader, 2nd edition. London, New York: 2010.

Unbalancing the Authentic/Partnering Classicism:
Shobana Jeyasingh’s Choreography and the
Bharata Natyam ‘Tradition’


In Lansdale, Janet, ed. Decentring Dancing Texts: The Challenge of Interpreting Dances. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 2008.

Serving Two Masters? Bharata Natyam and
Tamil Cultural Production


In Soneji, Davesh and Indira Viswanathan Peterson, eds. Transformations in South Indian Performing Arts. Delhi: Oxford University Press. 2008.

Dancing through History
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An Inquiry into Bharata Natyam’s Performance
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In Buckland, Theresa Jill, ed. Dancing from Past to Present: Nation, Cultures, Identities. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press. 2006. 

Rukmini Devi:
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In Meduri, Avanthi, ed. Rukmini Devi Arundale: 
A Visionary Architect of Indian Culture and Performing Arts. New Delhi: Motilal Barnarsidass. 2005.

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