Founded in 1988 as a periodical publication, Studies in Dance History aims to further the goals of the Society of Dance History Scholars by making widely available the extraordinarily rich and diverse scholarship that takes dance as its subject. Ranging from new methods of historical inquiry to multiple theoretical perspectives, volumes in the series answer a growing demand for works that provide fresh analytical perspectives on dancing, dancers, and dances in a global context. Each volume in the series is accessible to specialist and layperson alike, providing a valuable resource for scholars and a pleasurable education for the general reader.

After some years of being identified as a scholarly journal, Studies in Dance History was redefined as a monograph series in 1994. It is now published by the University of Wisconsin Press. Listed below, in reverse chronological order, are titles have been issued to date.

MONOGRAPH SERIES (** indicates title now out of print)

PERIODICAL PUBLICATION (** indicates issues now out of print)

Books in Print. For descriptions of books still in print, click on linked titles in the list above.

Ordering Information. All titles in print are available for purchase. For current prices, including shipping and handling charges, please contact the publishers. For monographs 14/15, 16, and 17, please contact

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This distribution center also serves the University of Chicago Press. Tell the customer-service representative who answers your call that you want to order a book distributed by the University of Wisconsin Press; then give the author's name and the exact title of the book.

Submission of Proposals and Manuscripts. Authors wishing to submit proposals or manuscripts to be considered for publication in Studies in Dance History should consult the following documents:

Guidelines for Submission of Proposals
Guidelines for Submission of Manuscripts

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...

[cover of 2015 Conversations] Issued yearly in early spring generally, Conversations Across the Field of Dance Studies reflects the dynamic and diverse membership of SDHS. We seek to bring you themes and debates current in the field of dance studies and the profession, alongside news from the international community of scholars in dance and related disciplines. Read more...

conferences

Conference 2015, Cut & Paste: Dance Advocacy in the Age of Austerity, a joint SDHS and CORD conference, was held June 4–7, 2015 in Athens, Greece.

For conference presenters, guidelines for the submission of proceedings may be found here.

View photos from the conference

news
To presenters at the 2015 joint conference with CORD in Athens Greece. Guidelines for submission of conference proceedings may be found here.

SDHS announces this year’s award recipients. Awards will be presented at the SDHS/CORD conference in June.

Dance Chronicle announces Founding Editors’ Awards, honoring Barbara Palfy in 2015. Sponsored by Dance Chronicle and Routledge/Taylor & Francis

Conversations call for contributions: Dancing the African Diaspora. Guest Editors: Takiyah Nur Amin and Thomas F. DeFrantz. Note that the deadline for submissions has again been extended. It is now July 15, 2015.

Updated 8 June: Upcoming events

Updated 15 March: Conference announcements and calls for papers

Updated 23 May: Job postings and opportunities for students

SDHS endorses MLA statement on learning another language

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