Dance "houses" or embodies physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual information within culturally specific movement sequences. I Although all dances have varied movements, their movements, songs, and rhythms can be analyzed to demonstrate connections between dance and other arenas ofsocial life; this is the charge of dance anthropology. In this paper, I use the anthropological perspective and methodology to discuss what the dance rumba indicates in terms of race, gender, and class in Cuban society.
Daniel, Yvonne Payne
"Race, Gender, and Class Embodied in Cuban Dance,"
Contributions in Black Studies: Vol. 12
, Article 8.
Available at: http://scholarworks.umass.edu/cibs/vol12/iss1/8