Choreographic Practices
ISSN: 20405669
Online ISSN: 20405677
First published in 2010
2 issues per volume
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Vida L. Midgelow
Middlesex University

Jane M. Bacon
University of Chichester

Choreographic Practices operates from the principle that dance embodies ideas and can be productively enlivened when considered as a mode of critical and creative discourse. This double-blind peer-reviewed journal provides a platform for sharing choreographic practices, critical inquiry and debate.

Placing an emphasis on processes and practices over products, this journal seeks to engender dynamic relationships between theory and practice, choreographer and scholar, so that these distinctions may be shifted and traversed.

Choreographic Practices will encompass a wide range of methodologies and critical perspectives such that interdisciplinary processes in performance can be understood as they intersect with other territories in the arts and beyond (for example, cultural studies, psychology, phenomenology, geography, philosophy and economics). In this way, the journal will open up the nature and scope of dance practice as research and draw together diverse bodies of knowledge and ways of knowing to illuminate an emerging and vibrant research area. 

Abstracting and Indexing

British Humanities Index; International Bibliography of Theatre & Dance; RILM (Abstracts of Music Literature); TOC Premier; Ulrichs; SCOPUS; ERIH PLUS

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