Articles, Books, and Chapters
Dr. Nyama McCarthy-Brown publishes on a regular basis. She is committed to honest inquiry about race in Dance Studies and Dance Education. Her research and the dissemination of truth that has led to some unprecedented findings and has made her a go-to expert in her field.
McCarthy-Brown, Nyama and Karen Schupp. “Gatekeepers to Gateway- makers: reimagining partnerships,
collaborations, and celebrations of the many movers of university campuses,” in Research in Dance Education, June, 2021.
McCarthy-Brown, Nyama. “Dancing With Race: a Multiple Case Study on the Use of Critical Dance
Pedagogy in Dance Making,” in Whiteness and Education, Feb. 2021.
McCarthy-Brown, and S. Carter. "Radical Response Dance Making: Dismantling Racism Through Embodied Conversations," in International Journal of Education and the Arts, vol. 20, no. 13, 2019.
"Owners of Dance: How Dance Is Controlled and Whitewashed in the Teaching of Dance Forms," in The Palgrave Handbook of Race and the Arts in Education, 2018
McCarthy-Brown, and K. Schupp. "Dancing With Diversity: Students' Perception of Diversity in Postsecondary Dance Programs," in Selected Current Dance Research, vol. 9, 2018.
Dance Pedagogy for a Diverse World: Culturally Relevant Teaching in Theory, Research and Practice, 2017.
"Dancing in the Margins: Experiences of African American Ballerinas," Journal of African American Studies, 2011.