Monday, 3 August 2009

CFP: Choreographic Practices (journal)


Intellect are launching a new journal in 2010 called Choreographic Practices (,id=170/).

Edited by Vida L. Midgelow (vida.midgelow [at] ) and Jane M. Bacon (jane.bacon [at] ), this international, peer-reviewed biannual journal will provide a platform for sharing choreographic practices, inquiry and debate.

Contributions are invited that articulate and explore choreographic practices from a diverse range of perspectives. The editors are especially interested in receiving critical/creative practice-led research that is interdisciplinary and experimental in nature.

Choreographic Practices will incorporate peer-reviewed materials, dialogues/interviews, and debate. Submissions in conventional and alternative modes of writing (including performative and visual essays) are encouraged.

Submission topics might include:
--Choreographic methodologies and practices
--Dance and interdisciplinarity
--Theatre, screen, sited or social movement practices
--Improvisation processes
--Dance and documentation
--Choreography as social, cultural and/or psychological concern

How to Submit to Choreographic Practices:

A 500-word proposal should be sent in the first instance to the editors. Receipt will be acknowledged and a timeline for developing your submission, if appropriate, will be negotiated.

Or, you may send a completed manuscript of up to 6,000 words (or equivalent in
other formats) ready for peer-reviewing.

Proposals or full-length articles should be sent electronically as an email attachment to both editors: vida.midgelow [at] and jane.bacon [at] Please include a top sheet giving your full name, contact details and a short biography.

Deadlines: Proposals - Sept 1st 2009
Completed Papers, Jan 7th 2010

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