"We are here, we are here to stay and we've got a lot to offer" says Professor of Dance Sarah Whatley during the short video that captured the first days of the Dance Fields Conference. The video is now online. If you were unable to attend the Dance Fields Conference, the following video will give you a … Continue reading “We are here, we are here to stay and we’ve got a lot to offer”
The Society for Dance Research (SDR) releases newsletters throughout the year where we invite people to write short reports on sessions that the readership will have an interest in. For Dance Fields, we are currently looking for reports to be written. The pieces can be anything from 500 words upwards or have a length that … Continue reading Contributions to the SDR Newsletter
Changes in Schedule cause some sessions have been grouped differently. Please, find the recent schedule here.
Mapping Dance Globally: Dance Studies on the Move is a 50th anniversary project to create a digital global dance map showing CORD’s reach into the dance community since 1966. It will show the geographic diversity of CORD’s members, Dance Research Journal subscribers, board members, conference locations AND …CORD@50 Celebration events HOW CAN YOU PARTICIPATE? CORD … Continue reading Celebrate CORD’s 50th anniversary and publicize your dance event
TECHNICAL INFORMATION FOR PRESENTERS FOR DANCE FIELDS For panels, papers and roundtables, a normal projector (lecture room style) is available. For workshops and practical presentation in the dance studios, a screen is available. Please see information below. Macbooks and iMacs For delegates who wish to present directly from their Macbooks and iMacs, please come along … Continue reading TECHNICAL INFORMATION FOR PRESENTERS
There have been some changes in the schedule and that is reflected in the new schedule. You are advised to check in regularly in case of changes.
For visiting the schedule of the conference, please click here.You are advised to check in regularly in case of changes. Also, consider that the programme is subject to change and that individual paper titles are not added, but will be in the abstract book.
Film made by: Maria Polodeanu and R. Cisneros Photo Credits: Richard Washbrooke https://vimeo.com/204049337