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Call for articles - special issue: (RE)IMAGINING DANCE IN THE AGE OF DISTANCE

2020-06-05

Dance Articulated invites research article submissions for open access, peer-reviewed publication in 2021, with the special topic: (RE)IMAGINING DANCE IN THE AGE OF DISTANCE

Editors: Alfdaniels Mabingo (University of Auckland and Makerere University) and Rose Martin (NTNU Norwegian University of Science and Technology)

Submission deadline: 11 December 2020

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Current Issue

Vol. 6 No. 1 (2020): Dance Articulated, Special Issue: CHOREOGRAPHY NOW
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The special issue Choreography Now takes seriously the interdisciplinary developments that the art of choreography has undergone during the 21st century and aims at introducing timely discussion and examples of the opportunities these developments have engendered. The special issue acknowledges that choreography has come of age and evolved into an interdisciplinary art form in its own right. Carrying basic insights from its history related to composing movement for the human body and dancing, it now draws inspiration from other forms of the performing and visual arts and even design.

Editors: Leena Rouhiainen and Tone Pernille Østern

Published: 2020-06-24
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The OPEN ACCESS publication channel Dance Articulated engages research that offers momentum to future dialogues and community building within dance.

The journal aims to increase the publication opportunities for researchers in the fields of dance, dance education, and choreography, stimulating the sharing of such research and contributing to new networks and new readers of research in dance, dance education, and choreography.

Dance Articulated mainly publishes peer-reviewed research articles, but also editorials, selected reviews, and other not peer-reviewed articles.

The editorial board wishes to:

  • deliver contemporary and cutting-edge research on a broad range of topics related to dance, dance education, and choreography through Special Issues on urgent research themes, suggested by the editorial board or guest editors.
  • strengthen the possibilities for research publications within a broad field related to dance, dance education, and choreography internationally.
  • stimulate to increased visibility of research on a broad field of dance, dance education and choreography
  • contribute to new networks of writers and readers on a broad field of dance, dance education and choreography