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Vol 6 (2016) IJSD Volume 6 Editorial: Field Perceptions Abstract  HTML  PDF
Harmony Bench, Simon Ellis
 
Vol 7 (2016) Postscript Abstract  HTML  PDF
Sarah Whatley
 
Vol 7 (2016) Within All This Can Happen: Artefact, Hypermediacy, and W. G. Sebald Abstract  HTML  PDF
Jürgen Simpson
 
Vol 9 (2018) Editorial: Screening the Skin: Issues of Race and Nation in Screendance Abstract  HTML  PDF
Melissa Blanco Borelli, Raquel Monroe
 
Vol 5 (2015) Editors’ note: On Community, Collaboration, and Difference Abstract  HTML  PDF
Harmony Bench, Simon Ellis
 
Vol 8 (2017) Art in Motion: Current Research in Screendance edited by Franck Boulégue and Marisa C. Hayes, Cambridge Scholars Publishing Abstract  HTML  PDF
Carol Breen
 
Vol 10 (2019) Editorial: Screendance Now Abstract  HTML  PDF
Harmony Bench, Simon Ellis
 
Vol 6 (2016) Testing ground: evolving screendance practices and theories and the Leeds International Film Festival Screendance Competition Abstract  HTML  PDF
Kyra Norman
 
Vol 5 (2015) Audience as Community: Corporeal Knowledge and Empathetic Viewing Abstract  HTML  PDF
Karen Wood
 
Vol 10 (2019) Dance’s Duet with the Camera: Motion Pictures. Edited by Telory D. Arendell and Ruth Barnes. 2016. London: Palgrave MacMillan. 263 pp. Hardcover $99.99. ISBN 978-1-137-59609-3 Abstract  HTML  PDF
Elisa Frasson
 
Vol 6 (2016) What Are Screendance Competitions Even For? A Response to the 2015 Leeds International Film Festival Screendance Competition Abstract  HTML  PDF
Hamish MacPherson
 
Vol 9 (2018) Scratching the surface of spectacle: Black hypermasculinity and the Television Talent Show Abstract  HTML  PDF
Laura Helen Carol Robinson
 
Vol 8 (2017) Intimate Encounters: Screendance and Surveillance Abstract  HTML  PDF
John White
 
Vol 12 (2021) TikTok and Short-Form Screendance Before and After Covid Abstract  HTML  PDF
Alexandra Harlig, Crystal Abidin, Trevor Boffone, Kelly Bowker, Colette Eloi, Pamela Krayenbuhl, Chuyun Oh
 
Vol 8 (2017) Screendance Self/portraits Abstract  HTML  PDF
Hetty Blades
 
Vol 6 (2016) Screendance: Learning, Teaching, Living Abstract  HTML  PDF
Harmony Bench, Jason Bahling, Ben Estabrook, Natalie Gotter, Eric Nordstrom, Ellen Maynard
 
Vol 1 (2010) Excavating Genres Abstract  PDF
Douglas Rosenberg
 
Vol 8 (2017) Starting with Sight: A Conversation between Rosemary Lee and Anna Heighway Abstract  HTML  PDF
Rosemary Lee, Anna Heighway
 
Vol 11 (2020): Expanded Screendance Walking in the light: reflections on screendance in a time of pandemic Abstract  PDF
Katrina McPherson
 
Vol 6 (2016) Watch films, watch dance films, watch more dance films Abstract  HTML  PDF
Katrina McPherson
 
Vol 11 (2020): Expanded Screendance Reflections on Regards Hybrides, an International Forum (2019, Second Edition) Abstract  PDF
Douglas Rosenberg
 
Vol 6 (2016) Hybrid Texts, Assembled Bodies: Michel Gondry's Merging of Camera and Dancer in "Let Forever Be" Abstract  HTML  PDF
Addie Tsai
 
Vol 11 (2020): Expanded Screendance Navigating Hyperrealities: Tamil Film (Kollywood) Choreography as Screen Dance Abstract  PDF
Sandhiya Kalyanasundaram
 
Vol 8 (2017) Going Nowhere: Screendance and the Time of Dying Abstract  HTML  PDF
Anna Macdonald
 
Vol 5 (2015) Review: The Oxford Handbook of Dance and the Popular Screen, edited by Melissa Blanco Borelli Abstract  HTML  PDF
Hetty Blades
 
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