Modernity in Dance: Appearance, Projection, Legacy
Moved to Move: Conceptualising dancers as a transnational community and ‘creative class’ migrants
Moving mnemes
Moving sites: Questioning and interrogating site-specific dance performance
Moving with times and making it present: the tactical bodies of Taiwanese contemporary dance companies
Multidisciplinary dancer, performance profile
Murmurs of innocence
New Dance Audiences
Occupying the body and space in the choreography of Marjana Krajac
On View: Rendering Embodied Knowledge to Screen
On-Line Tap Dance Class
Peace moves: Dance, identity and peace building
Peak bodies managing in changing environments
Pedagogical transformations: Integrating contemporary dance and yoga in the dance studio
Peer review in dance classes using personal video feedback
Physical Manifestations of Assent: Power, Gender and Response
Playing past and future: Knowledge as revealed by artist and scholar
Post-national Collectivities of South Korea in Dancing Bodies: Embodiments of Korean Traditional Mask Dance “T’alch’um” from the 1960s–1980s
Post-privacy in performance: the new transparency
Practicing Dance Partnerships in Canada: University, Non-Profit and Research Council Collaboration
Preserving Canadian contemporary dance: A case study
Re-claiming Cabelo Seco through dance
Re-conceiving Laban as a Social Democratic Lens
Re-Imagining Planning: Creative arts as a catalyst for revitalisation of industrial areas in Delhi (India)
Re-viewing Tagore: Gender, spectatorship and performance
Recent Research Trends and Future Outlooks in Dance Education in Japan
Rehearsal directing in an educational context
Remembering through the body: The case of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Rituals of time and memory: A study on the Legend Lin Dance Theatre’s ‘Heaven, Earth and Humans Trilogy’
Rumbera Re-imagined
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