[Anst-dancers] FW: [SCA-Dance] Call for Papers--Letter of Dance Issue 50

Craig Shupee' philipwhite at hotmail.com
Fri Dec 3 14:32:24 PST 2004



>From: Letter of Dance <letterofdance at yahoo.com>
>Reply-To: sca-dance at andrew.cmu.edu
>To: Academie <academie at pbm.com>, Atendance <atendance at yahoogroups.com>,     
>    CalontirDance <calontirdance at yahoogroups.com>,        Meridies-Dance 
><meridies-dance at yahoogroups.com>,        Outlandsdance 
><outlandsdance at yahoogroups.com>,        SCA-Dance 
><sca-dance at andrew.cmu.edu>
>Subject: [SCA-Dance] Call for Papers--Letter of Dance Issue 50
>Date: Thu, 2 Dec 2004 09:23:19 -0800 (PST)
>
>Dear Friends,
>
>Feel like making a contribution to the greater dance community?
>
>If so, please considerer submitting an article, letter,
>or review to the Letter of Dance.
>
>I'm particularly interested in the following material:
>
>* Teaching tips, articles on teaching dance, letters to the editor, or
>   modified class handouts that document how *you* teach for the second
>   of two "teaching dance" theme issues to be published in January.
>
>* Amusing jokes, top ten lists, joke articles, or other spoofs for our
>   annual April Fools issue.
>
>* New reconstructions or new interpretations of familiar dances.
>
>* Groups of articles that might become their own "theme issue" (Grab
>   your friends and brainstorm--I'm open to pretty much anything here).
>
>* Reviews of the new dance cds and dance related books that have been
>   published in the past year (especially Santucci, Payne's _Alman in
>   Britain_, Brooks' _The Art of Dancing in 17th century Spain_, and
>   Nevile's _The Eloquent Body_.)
>
>* Event reports or critiques describing new and interesting dance
>   events
>
>* How-to articles describing how to do a specific dance-related
>   activity (how to cultivate new teachers, how to run a ball, how to
>   start a local practice, how to dance Arbeau's courante, how to
>   reconstruct dances, how to dance like a nobleman, etc.)
>
>* Historical articles on a particular subject (Morris dancing in
>   period, Masques).
>
>* Anything else you can dream up!
>
>I'm particularly interested in receiving material from
>first time contributors.
>
>
>For more information, please contact me off list at
>letterofdance at yahoo.com.
>
>As always, back issues and books are still available.
>Contact me for more information, or visit the LoD website at
>http://www.pbm.com/~lindahl/lod.
>
>Yours in Service,
>Katherine Mercer
>Editor, the Letter of Dance
>
>
>=====
>Katherine Mercer,
>Editor of The Letter of Dance
>letterofdance at yahoo.com
>http://http://www.pbm.com/~lindahl/lod/
>
>
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