Conference 2011 Guided Trips to York University

2011 SDHS Conference
Dance Dramaturgy: Catalyst, Perspective & Memory

Conference volunteers will guide delegates from downtown Toronto to the York University Campus. Volunteers will have SDHS signs and will meet delegates inside the St. George subway station. St. George is the station closest to the host hotel, the Bloor-Yorkville Holiday Inn. From the hotel, walk out to Bloor Street, turn left and walk ½ block. This is St. George Street. You will see the subway station on the other side of St. George, with this logo:

SCHEDULE OF DEPARTURE TIMES FROM ST. GEORGE SUBWAY AND/OR YORK UNIVERSITY
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22
7:45 am Volunteer meets SDHS Board Members at St. George subway station and accompanies them to York University for
Board Meeting. Room 311, Accolade East
6:00 pm Volunteer meets SDHS Board Members at Room 311 and accompanies them back downtown.
THURSDAY, JUNE 23
7:45 am Volunteer meets SDHS Board Members at St. George subway station and accompanies them to York University for Board Meeting Room 311, Accolade East
11:00 am Volunteer meets conference delegates at St. George subway station and accompanies them to York University. Registration is in CIBC Lobby, Accolade East Building.
12:30 pm Volunteer meets conference delegates at St. George subway station and accompanies them to York University.
2:30 pm Volunteer meets conference delegates at St. George subway station and accompanies them to York University.
FRIDAY, JUNE 24
8:15 am Volunteer meets conference delegates at St. George subway station and accompanies them to York University.
10:00 am Volunteer meets conference delegates at St. George subway station and accompanies them to York University.
1:00 pm Volunteer meets conference delegates at St. George subway station and accompanies them to York University.
3:15 pm Volunteer meets conference delegates at St. George subway station and accompanies them to York University.

SDHS publications

Studies in Dance History SDHS’s monograph series, published by University of Wisconsin Press, answers a growing demand for works that provide fresh analytical perspectives on dancing, dancers, and dances in a global context. Read more...

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conferences

Conference 2014: Writing Dancing/Dancing Writing
A Joint Conference of The Society of Dance History Scholars (SDHS) and The Congress on Research in Dance (CORD)
13–16 November 2014
Hosted by the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa

Conference 2015 will be held in Athens, Greece. Dates and other details will be available later this Spring.

news

The SDHS Board of Directors election takes place during the final two weeks of February. All SDHS members may vote. Please log in and then click here to view candidates’ biographies. Ballots will be available beginning on Feb. 15.

SDHS announces the November 2013 awards, including de la Torre Bueno Prize® Special Citations.

Proceedings of the 2013 joint NOFOD/SDHS conference are now available.

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Call for proposals for contributions to Conversations Across the Field of Dance Studies: Network of Pointes (Guest Editors: Drs. Kathrina Farrugia and Jill Nunes Jensen). Note that the deadline has been extended to May 15, 2014.

Updated 3 April: Conference announcements and calls for papers

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