Call for Submissions

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2020 OhioDance Festival and Conference

Dance Matters: Building Legacy

April 24-26, 2020

OhioDANCE Festival Call for Proposals for Master Classes, Workshops, and Panels 

DUE: October 24, 2019

All details for submission can be found here:

OhioDANCE Festival Call for Proposals for Choreographers/Performers for Festival Performance 

Due: December 5, 2019

All details for submission can be found here:

Call for Papers & Reviewers

The International Journal of Online Graduate Education (IJOGE) welcomes scholarly research for and by higher education stakeholders, including students, faculty members, administrators, practitioners, researchers, employers, and policymakers. We also seek reviewers for the journal. This journal publishes peer-reviewed articles on topics relating to the master’s and doctoral levels of online education. There are no publication fees and all articles are open source. The IJOGE is not a predatory journal and aims to uphold the highest levels of research ethics and integrity.

To learn more about IJOGE, visit their site here –

If you have questions about the suitability of your research for the journal or wish to be a reviewer, contact Dr. David Ison, Editor at

Call for Papers: American International Journal of Humanities and Social Science
American International Journal of Humanities and Social Science (AIJHSS) is a Bi-monthly online, peer-reviewed and open-access journal which is published by Center for Global Research Development (CGRD). Center for Global Research Development is an independent virtual Research Center has been working for creating and nurturing talents in USA and Bangladesh since its inception. CGRD delivering supports and services to education and research in all over the world. American International Journal of Humanities and Social Science publishes original papers, review papers, conceptual framework, analytical and simulation models, case studies, empirical research, technical notes, and book reviews.

Call for Papers: Special Issue- Voices of Notators: Approaches to Creative Scores, Journal of Movement Arts Literacy
Writing a Labanotation score, or any type of movement score, is a form of research, a deep analysis of the inner workings of a choreographer’s dance-work or mover’s creative ideas. Using notation, the score creator translates movement into a symbol-based score of what happens in the dance and also analyses the themes, ideas, and qualities of the movement, in order to compose a score that reveals the theoretical underpinnings of the spirit of the work. Each notator brings her/his own analytical skills to the process of capturing or creating a dance-work. Each dance-work also requires that the notator attend to the salient features of the work that drive the spirit of that dance. In this Special Issue, we invite notators to share their unique process of entering into the creation of a score, and sharing how that process transforms them as researchers and analysts. We are interested in all forms of movement notation.