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  • ISSN: 0149-7677 (Print), 1940-509X (Online)
  • Editors: Nadine George-Graves Northwestern University, USA, and Rebekah Kowal University of Iowa, USA
  • Editorial board
Dance Research Journal is the longest running, peer reviewed journal in its field, and has become one of the foremost international outlets for dance research scholarship. The journal carries scholarly articles, book reviews, and a list of books and journals received.

Award winners announced!

The winners of the 2022 Gertrude Lippincott Award (Dance Studies Association) - Royona Mitra - and the 2022 Vera Mowry Roberts Award (American Theatre and Drama Society) - Ariel Nereson - have been announced. Congratulations to both winners! Where not already OA, research is free to access until 12 September 2022. Read more...


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