Dance Research Journal
CORD publishes the Dance Research Journal (DRJ) three times per year. DRJ is a peer-reviewed premiere publication for dance scholarship of international reach and includes articles, book reviews, and lists books received. Published articles address dance history, theory, pedagogy, politics, science, ethnography, and intersections with cultural, gender, critical race, and diasporic studies among others. DRJ is committed to cross-disciplinary research with a dance perspective. Contributions for publication consideration are open to both members and nonmembers of CORD, and will be accepted at any time.
DRJ is currently edited by Mark Franko.
Views expressed in DRJ are the authors' and not necessarily those of the editors, CORD, or CORD officers.
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For article submissions contact Mark Franko (email@example.com). View our Guidelines for Submissions.
For book review submissions contact Gay Morris (firstname.lastname@example.org)