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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 11 (2020): Expanded Screendance Editorial: Expanded Screendance Abstract  PDF
Kyra Norman, Marisa Zanotti
 
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 8 (2017) The Oxford Handbook of Screendance Studies edited by Douglas Rosenberg. 2016. New York: Oxford UP Abstract  HTML  PDF
Katja Vaghi
 
Vol 10 (2019) Charles Atlas. Edited by Lauren Wittels. Contributions by Charles Atlas, with the assistance of Johanna Fateman, Stuart Comer, Douglas Crimp, Douglas Dunn, Lia Gangitano. 2015. Munich, New York: Prestel, 303 pp, chiefly color screen stills. $75 hardcover. ISBN: 9783791381008 Abstract  HTML  PDF
Kyle Bukhari
 
Vol 5 (2015) Global Corporeality: Collaborative Choreography in Digital Space Abstract  HTML  PDF
Joséphine A. Garibaldi, Paul Zmolek
 
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
 
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