Online resources

Here is a selection of our web resources, linked to Centre for Dance research projects and events.

  • Dance Fields conference: Staking a place for Dance Studies in the Twenty-First Century. Film from the conference we hosted in April 2017. Conference proceedings available soon.
  • Body, Gravity, Ground: Website of the cross-disciplinary research project led by Professor Emilyn Claid, which explores physical, metaphorical and psychological significances of falling.
  • The Limón Project: This learning and teaching resource was the result of the Teaching Contemporary Limón Summer School held in July 2011 at Roehampton.
  • Sound Moves: An International Conference on Music and Dance: Download the proceedings of the 2005 conference hosted by Roehampton's Centre for Dance Research in conjunction with Princeton University and the Society for Dance Research.
  • Stravinsky the Global Dancer: A Chronology of Choreography to the Music of Igor Stravinsky: This online database compiled by Professor Stephanie Jordan and Dr Larraine Nicholas records over a thousand dances to the music of Igor Stravinsky.
  • Structures and Metaphors in Baroque Dance: Download the proceedings of the 2001 conference hosted by Roehampton's Centre for Dance Research.
  • A selection of CDR seminars is available on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/RoehamptonDance
  • Dance Bites - 'Artists as Scholars: Seriously?' (12 March 2015): Bellyflop Magazine published the panellists' presentations at this CDR event. Click to read the contributions of Dr Efrosini Protopapa, Dr Simon Ellis, and Gillie Kleiman.

You can find out more – including details of past research conferences, symposia, and seminars – at RoehamptonDance.com.