January 29, 2018 Martial Arts Studies

Book Review: Embodying Brazil – An Ethnography of Diasporic Capoeira

Embodying Brazil:
An Ethnography of Diasporic Capoeira.
by Sara Delamont, Neil Stephens and Claudio Campos (eds.)
Routledge, 2017
244 pages


DOI 10.18573/mas.54


Craig Owen is a lecturer in psychology at St. Mary’s University, Twickenham. His PhD research focused on the performance of masculine identities in capoeira and Latin and ballroom dance classes. Currently, he is collaborating on new research projects that explore the negotiation of gender identities in different social contexts.

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