South African dance journal

Launched in 2011 by the School of Dance at the University of Cape Town, South African dance journal examines past, present, and future perspectives on dance, and aims to create a space for established and emerging dance academic voices in South Africa, Africa, and the international community.

The journal is peer-reviewed, and its preferred language is English; however, contributions in indigenous South African languages will be accommodated at the discretion of the editors, who are also cognizant of the many forms English assumes on this continent, and who endeavor to give them a voice.

Above, ballerinas framed by Table Mountain, outside Cape Town. Below, gumboot dancing on a Cape Town street.


Filed under Dance, New periodicals

2 responses to “South African dance journal

  1. Yvette

    Is there a link to this journal? I can’t find it via the UCT dance school, thanks y


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