Dance Research Journal, a biannual publication of The Congress on Research in Dance (CORD), is oriented primarily toward historical and critical theory of dance. DRJ features articles, book reviews, research, and dialogues which span disciplines including anthropology, education, pedagogy, gender and sexuality, criticism, intercultural studies, and somatics. The journal also reports on scholarly conferences, archives, and other projects of interest to the field. DRJ encourages interdisciplinary approaches to dance and welcomes scholars in dance studies and related fields. Contributions for publication consideration are open to members and nonmembers of CORD and will be accepted at any time.
Dance Research, the Journal of the Society for Dance Research, is essential reading for those involved in the study and practice of dance. Dance Research is edited and published in Britain with the assistance of a distinguished group of editorial consultants based in Europe and the USA. The journal provides an international forum for the presentation and discussion of contemporary dance research and contains a section of comprehensive book and journal reviews.
Dance Chronicle covers a wide variety of topics, including dance and music, theater, film, literature, painting, and aesthetics. Offering the best from both established dance historians and the new generation of dance scholars, Dance Chronicle is an ideal source for those who love dance, both past and present. Dance Chronicle has featured unique articles on the Bedaya-Serimpi dances of Java and the dancing choirboys of Seville Cathedral. Other, broader articles have presented studies on Renaissance dance, Baroque dance, romantic ballet, and dancing for Broadway, Hollywood, and television. Individual issues have been devoted to Bournonville, Gautier on Spanish dance, the Camargo Society, and Moscow's Island of Dance. Coverage also includes comprehensive pieces on Sada Yacco, Cyril W. Beaumont, Andre Howard, Maya Plisetskaya, Merce Cunningham, the Judson Dance Theater, Trisha Brown, and Meredith Monk.
The aim of the Journal of Dance Medicine & Science is to provide you with one source for up-to-date information. Featured articles are drawn from the fields of Anatomy and Physiology, Biomechanics, General Medicine, Sports Medicine and Surgery, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Physical Therapy, Dance Education, Kinesiology, Psychology, Nutrition and Diet with a focus on the identification, treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention of illness and injuries in dancers. Articles emphasize the application of scientific principles to current practice.