|Editor-in-Chief:||Teresa Heiland, Loyola Marymount University|
|Editors:||Tina Curran The University of Texas at Austin|
|Susan Gingrasso, University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point, Emeritus Professor|
The Journal of Movement Arts Literacy is now
accepting submissions on a rolling basis.
While flexible in length, we are interested in essays and empirical research for Feature Articles (approx. 8,000 words) and praxis and experiential accounts for Practitioner's Perspectives (approx. 4,000 words). The JMAL website supports video clips that can be embedded in articles. The editors are interested in book and score reviews (if interested, contact the editors). Accepted articles must be formatted in the footnote/bibliography style of Chicago Manual of Style, 16th edition. See "Final Manuscript Preparation Guidelines," in the tool bar to the left, for ways to focus writing, as well as details about preparing manuscripts.
Journal of Movement Arts Literacy is an international, peer reviewed, open-access academic publication that serves to promote the scholarly study of movement arts literacy (using notation, symbolic representation, and critical analysis) for the purposes of supporting development of pedagogy, theory, application, practice, and research of human movement. Focus on movement is especially aimed toward, but not limited to, inquiry into aesthetic, scientific, and cultural understanding of movement arts using movement-based literacy. For more details about movement arts literacy, see Aims and Scope.
Current Issue: Volume 3, Number 1 (2016) Laban Studies: Pedagogy in Theory and PracticeThis Special Issue on Pedagogy in Theory and Practice consists of a brief introductory article on pedagogical theory and practice of dance-based dance literacy using reflexivity, written by the lead editor, followed by three feature articles that focus on theoretical, philosophical, and epistemological perspectives of pedagogical practices within the realm of Laban Studies by Sherrie Barr, Livia Fuchs and János Fügedi, and Beth Megill. The latter two articles will be posted as they are ready.
Special Issue: Pedagogy in Theory and Practice in Laban Studies
Teresa L. Heiland
Doctrines and Laban Kinetography in a Hungarian Modern Dance School in the 1930s
János Fügedi and Lívia Fuchs