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Choreographic Forum: Call for Co-curators

The Society for Dance Research is looking to appoint three co-curators who, in collaboration with the Executive Committee, will be responsible for running the Choreographic Forum for a two-year period from January 2019. The Choreographic Forum is an initiative aiming to support an exchange of thoughts on current dance and choreography. It is set up […]

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Independent Administrator recruitment

The Society for Dance Research is seeking an independent, organised and motivated Administrator to manage and support the Society’s administrative, financial, marketing and communication needs. The role is an independent freelance position for an individual with at least three years’ experience in arts administration, is able to work independently and from their own base. Some […]

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Tickets available for Dance in the Age of Forgetfulness

Tickets are now on sale for our three-day conference in April – Dance in the Age of Forgetfulness. Wednesday 18 – Friday 20 April 2018, 09:30-17:00 Royal Holloway, Egham Hill, Egham, TW20 0EX Book tickets via Eventbrite HERE. Keynote speakers announced: Wednesday 18th April: Dr. Prarthana Purkayastha Thursday 19th April: Dr. Efrosini Protopapa Friday 20th April: Dr. John Perpener […]

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Call for nominations for REF2021

The Society for Dance Research is a nominating body for the upcoming REF2021 for Sub-panel 33. We are therefore inviting SDR members to send us expressions of interest for nomination. Please send a current short CV (no more than 4 pages) and brief statement identifying the role you are seeking nomination for, and outlining your […]

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SDR AGM 2017

The Society for Dance Research will be holding its AGM at the PoP Moves conference on Saturday 18th November, at University of East London from 12:45pm. SDR members will be notified and invited by email. The PoP Moves conference is FREE for all SDR members to attend, below are full details and how to book: […]

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