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Theresa Goldbach

 Theresa Goldbach is currently working on a PhD in Critical Dance Studies at the University of California at Riverside. Goldbach is originally from San Antonio, Texas where she studied ballet, Mexican folklore, flamenco, and Spanish classical dance. She has performed with Fandango San Antonio, Ballet Folklorico de San Antonio, Rumba Brava, Estampa Española, and Viva Flamenco. Goldbach attended the University of Texas at Austin as a National Merit Scholar graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in RadioTVFilm in 1999. After graduation, she studied flamenco at the Amor de Dios studio in Madrid, Spain in 2001. She graduated from the University of New Mexico's Master's program in Dance History in 2014. Goldbach conducted most of the research for her Master's thesis, “Fascism, Flamenco, and Ballet Español:
Nacionalflamenquismo,” in the Archivo General de la Administración in Alcalá de Henares, Spain. Her research interests include flamenco and Spanish dance during the reign of General Francisco Franco, politics and dance, and bar culture.


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