board of the International Journal of Screendance is pleased to
announce an OPEN CALL for submissions for our third issue to be
published October 2011. We are inviting artists and scholars to join
us in crafting a rigorous and imaginative dialogue about the possibilities
of movement and bodies on screens. We strongly believe that an
interesting and productive discourse on screendance will include
ideas from many different disciplines and perspectives. Those interested
in contributing to this new journal published online and in hard
copy should consult http://arts.brighton.ac.uk/screendance for details.
The International Journal of Screendance launches at the
American Dance Festival, Durham, North Carolina (USA) June 25th, 2010
International Journal of Screendance published by Parallel Press/University
of Wisconsin-Madison USA, in collaboration with University of
Brighton UK, was launched at a reception hosted by the American Dance
Festival on June 25th. The launch coincided with ADF’s Dancing for
the Camera: Festival of Dance on Film and Video and a meeting of the
The International Journal of Screendance is a
new peer-reviewed publication, the first-ever scholarly journal
dedicated to the growing area of the inter-disciplinary practice of
screendance. It is an initiative undertaken by an international group
of practitioners, researchers, curators and activists engaged with
screendance who wish to establish a forum for debate for all those
interested in the intersection of dance and the moving image.
International Journal of Screendance is hosted by the University of
Wisconsin-Madison and published under the Parallel Press imprint. Print
and digital (online) versions of the first issue are now available.
The editorial board is constituted from members of the International
Screendance Network, based at the University of Brighton and funded
by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (UK), as well as scholars
and artists from related fields of inquiry.
Journal of Screendance engages in rigorous critique grounded in both
pre-existing and yet-to-be articulated methodologies from the fields
of dance, performance, visual art, cinema and media arts, drawing on
their practices, technologies, theories and philosophies. As an
international platform for screendance scholarship, the journal seeks
to foster not only a multi-cultural but also a multilingual
This Journal is essential reading for all those
interested in the intersection of dance and the moving image
including film and video-makers, dance artists, producers, composers
as well as the wider interested public. Its goal is to become an
invaluable resource for researchers and professionals in the field.
The Journal includes original scholarship and historically pertinent
yet hard-to-find writings, as well as specially commissioned
articles. Each issue will be edited around a particular theme and a
set of questions that frame current discussions in the global field
of screendance as a means of promoting and enriching dialogue within
the wider community of dance and the moving image.
Editors: Douglas Rosenberg (University of Wisconsin, Madison USA) and Claudia Kappenberg (University
of Brighton, UK)
Editorial Board: Ann Cooper Albright,
Professor of Theater and Dance, Oberlin College Harmony Bench,
Assistant Professor, Department of Dance, The Ohio State University Ellen
Bromberg, Associate Professor, Department of Modern Dance, University
of Utah Dr. Simon Ellis, Senior Lecturer, Roehampton University Dr
Frank Gray, Director of Screen Archive South East (SASE), University
of Brighton Miranda Pennell, Independant film and video artist,
London, UK Theron Schmidt PhD Researcher, Queen Mary University of
London Silvina Szperling, Director, Internacional Festival de
Videodanza, Buenos Aires, Argentina Dr Sarah Whatley, Professor of
Dance, Coventry School of Art and Design, Coventry University Marisa
Zanotti, Senior Lecturer Dance, University of Chichester
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