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Free Content Articulating choreographic practices, locating the field: An introduction

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Framing and locating the aims and scope of Choreographic Practices and The Choreographic Lab this article provides readers with an overview of recent debates around dance practices as modes of research. The lineage and discourses of practice as research are briefly introduced, with a particular focus upon notions of embodied knowing and the processes of speaking from rather than about movement. Such issues are identified and developed through references to the articles that appear in this first issue of this journal.

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Keywords: Practice as Research (PaR); The Choreographic Lab; articulation; embodied knowing

Document Type: Editorial

Affiliations: University of Northampton.

Publication date: January 1, 2011

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