Choreologica

The refereed journal of the European Association for Dance History,  Choreologica aims to provide a forum for historical and theoretical explorations of dance histories and practices. These may include analyses of individual works or investigations, whether they may be monographic, contextual or interdisciplinary. The Editorial Board of EADH will gladly consider articles for publication. Submissions may address topics ranging from past dance practices to contemporary themes. More in particular, the editorial board welcomes essays rethinking current approaches and theoretical understanding of dance practice, history or crossovers into other disciplines.

All previous issues are available in PDF format here (members only).

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Current Issue

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Vol. 10, no. 1 - Autumn/Winter 2019 - Contents:

  • Ricardo Barros, 'Apollon: disheartened hero or afflicted god?'

  • Béatrice Pfister, 'Noverre’s and Angiolini’s pantomime ballets: the theoretical implications of the choice of ballet subjects'

  • Susan Hamlin, 'Loie Fuller, the American Dream made in France'

  • Uta Dorothea Sauer, 'Countess Maria Aurora von Königsmarck as poet and dancer at the court of Dresden'

  • Reviews

  • Natália de Mira Braga Corrêa, ”Methods of the Classical Ballet: History and Consolidation” by Caroline Konzen Castro

  • Madeleine Inglehearn, Concert – Festival of Baroque Music – St John’s Smith Square 11 May 2019

  • Geoffrey Withlock, Report on the 2018 EADH Conference held in London

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