Call for Submissions: International Journal of Screendance, Issue 4

OPEN CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

The International Journal of Screendance is calling for submissions to its 4th annual issue to be published in April 2014. Whereas the previous three issues of the International Journal of Screendance have been jointly curated around specific themes, this is an OPEN CALL for submissions that will engage with and expand critical and artistic dialogues within the intersecting fields of dance and screen-based images. We invite contributions from theorists and artists, dancers and screendance makers. Some questions the editorial board would like to consider are:

  • How is contemporary screendance influenced by the ubiquitous presence of screens in popular culture and contemporary art, dance, and performance?
  • How does screendance change the critical discourses surrounding film, video, and new media?
  • What new geographies and global contexts exist for screendance?
  • How are conversations about screendance changing and evolving across different parts of screendance communities?

Approximate length: 4,000-6,000 words

Please address all inquiries and forward your electronic version of the submission to:

Nathan Jandl: njandl@wisc.edu

Submission Deadline: March 29, 2013

Date of Publication: April 2014

 
The Journal is produced by Screendance Network, a research group led by the University of Brighton, UK in collaboration with Coventry University, UK and funded by the AHRC. It is published online by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries and Parallel Press.
 
To obtain a print copy of The International Journal of Screendance, contact Parallel Press at via their website or by email.
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