Issue Title
Vol 7 (2016) Siobhan Davies and David Hinton in Conversation with Claudia Kappenberg, Part 2 Abstract  HTML  PDF
Siobhan Davies, David Hinton, Claudia Kappenberg
Vol 6 (2016) IJSD Volume 6 2016 Field Perceptions: Full Issue Abstract  PDF
Harmony Bench, Simon Ellis
Vol 7 (2016) Siobhan Davies and David Hinton in Conversation with Claudia Kappenberg, Part 1 Abstract  HTML  PDF
Siobhan Davies, David Hinton, Claudia Kappenberg
Vol 10 (2019) IJSD Volume 10 2019 Screendance Now: Full Issue Abstract  PDF
Harmony Bench, Simon Ellis
Vol 9 (2018) Magic Mike, Dirty Dancing, and the (Empty) Promise of Heteromasculinity Abstract  HTML  PDF
Addie Tsai
Vol 6 (2016) New Materials: Natural Elements and the Body in Screendance Abstract  HTML  PDF
Sylvie Michelle Vitaglione
Vol 9 (2018) "Fresher Than You": Commercial Use of YouTube-Native Dance and Videographic Techniques Abstract  HTML  PDF
Alexandra Harlig
Vol 9 (2018) Danced Out: When Passing For Almost Straight Is Not Enough Abstract  HTML  PDF
Mark Broomfield
Vol 6 (2016) Screendance Cannot be Everything: Defining the Form Ten Years after the (Hu)manifesto Abstract  HTML  PDF
Wyn Pottratz
Vol 9 (2018) Narrative Shifts: Race, Culture, and the Production of Screendance Abstract  HTML  PDF
Marcus R White
Vol 6 (2016) Review: Moving Without A Body: Digital Philosophy and Choreographic Thoughts Abstract  HTML  PDF
Ariadne Mikou
Vol 9 (2018) Scratching the surface of spectacle: Black hypermasculinity and the Television Talent Show Abstract  HTML  PDF
Laura Helen Carol Robinson
Vol 11 (2020): Expanded Screendance Animating the Real: Illusions, Musicality and the Live Dancing Body Abstract  PDF
Jo Read
Vol 6 (2016) A Dance Between Chaos and Complexity: Choreographing the Spasm in Music Videos Abstract  HTML  PDF
Melissa Blanco Borelli
Vol 8 (2017) Dance on Camera at 45 Abstract  HTML  PDF
Harmony Bench
Vol 8 (2017) Visual Politics in American Dance Film: Representation and Disparity Abstract  HTML  PDF
Cara Hagan
Vol 10 (2019) Making Video Dance: A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating Dance for the Screen (2nd ed), by Katrina McPherson. 2018. London and New York: Routledge. 280 pp. Black and white images. $120 hardcover. ISBN 978-1-13-869912-0. $31.96 paperback. ISBN 978-1-13-869913-7. Website: Abstract  HTML  PDF
Robin Gee
Vol 5 (2015) Review: The Oxford Handbook of Dance and the Popular Screen, edited by Melissa Blanco Borelli Abstract  HTML  PDF
Hetty Blades
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 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 5 (2015) Hovering on Screen: The WOW-Affect and Fan Communities of Affective Spectatorship on So You Think You Can Dance Abstract  HTML  PDF
Elena Benthaus
Vol 10 (2019) Consuming Dance: Choreography and Advertising by Colleen Dunagan. 2018. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 264 pp.48 screen stills. Paperback $29.95. Hardcover $99.00. ISBN: 9780190491376 Abstract  HTML  PDF
Xiomara Forbez
Vol 7 (2016) Trauma and Dissociation in All This Can Happen Abstract  HTML  PDF
Ross Morin
Vol 10 (2019) Digital Dance Criticism: Screens as Choreographic Apparatus Abstract  HTML  PDF
Kate Mattingly
Vol 10 (2019) Red Shoes Abstract  HTML  PDF
Erin Brannigan
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