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Vol 5 (2015) Transauthorial Screendance: Stravinsky’s Exquisite Corpse, or Brief Notes on Creating an International Omnibus Project Abstract   HTML   PDF
Marisa C. Hayes
 
Vol 10 (2019) Trans-Screens of Gender and Jewishness in Jill Soloway's Transparent: Post-Network TV and the Screendance Scene Abstract   HTML   PDF
Hannah Schwadron
 
Vol 7 (2016) Trauma and Dissociation in All This Can Happen Abstract   HTML   PDF
Ross Morin
 
Vol 4 (2014) Understanding The “Dance” In Radical Screendance Abstract   PDF   HTML
Anna Heighway
 
Vol 6 (2016) Unexamined assumptions: A Conversation between Arabella Stanger and Simon Ellis Abstract   HTML   PDF
Arabella Stanger, Simon Ellis
 
Vol 2 (2012) Video and its Narcissistic Potential in Dance: Four Examples in Video Art and Experimental Film, Stage Dance, and Screendance Abstract   PDF
Claudia Rosiny
 
Vol 8 (2017) Visual Politics in American Dance Film: Representation and Disparity Abstract   HTML   PDF
Cara Hagan
 
Vol 11 (2020): Expanded Screendance Walking in the light: reflections on screendance in a time of pandemic Abstract   PDF
Katrina McPherson
 
Vol 7 (2016) Walking-Relations: On The Walk by Robert Walser and All This Can Happen by Siobhan Davies and David Hinton Abstract   HTML   PDF
Maren Butte
 
Vol 6 (2016) Watch films, watch dance films, watch more dance films Abstract   HTML   PDF
Katrina McPherson
 
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 10 (2019) What Are We Doing? Abstract   HTML   PDF
Douglas Rosenberg, Simon Ellis
 
Vol 1 (2010) When Dance is Imagined In Cinema: Disclosure in Dance Practice Abstract   PDF
Marisa Zanotti
 
Vol 7 (2016) Within All This Can Happen: Artefact, Hypermediacy, and W. G. Sebald Abstract   HTML   PDF
Jürgen Simpson
 
Vol 11 (2020): Expanded Screendance Witness: a response to Marlene Millar's Witness Abstract   PDF
Anna Macdonald
 
Vol 3 (2013) Writing on the What Matters Festival, 11–15 April 2012 Abstract   PDF
Fiona Wright
 
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