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Our Youtube channel is growing!

Our Youtube channel is growing! We have published some lectures from our last online conference there: Nowaczek's lecture on dance at the court of Maximilian I. Bennett's contribution on the us...

We invite you to Dance & History online 2024

We have once again managed to put together a well-rounded programme for what is now our 4th online conference. From 20 - 21 January, Dance & History online 2024 will take place on Zoom. Once ...

Our new Homepage!

Finally, the time has come! After technical problems caused by Joomla updates necessitated a complete redesign of our website, we can now present ourselves to the public in a new design. We hope t...

Now also on YouTube

Our YouTube channel is going public! There you will find video recordings of presentations from our Online Days in 2021 and 2022. Have fun watching! https://www.youtube.com/@danceandhistoryonline

Invitation to Dance & History Online 2023

The program is set and so we can now invite you again to our third Online Days on January 21 - 22, 2023! Once again we want to explore the history of dance in the German-speaking world, this time ...

Our proceedings of the Symposium 2022

If you missed our livestream videos or simply want to read the various lectures with their wealth of information at your leisure, you will find what you are looking for in our conference proceeding...

Alan Jones takes over the Symposium Special

Unfortunately, Caroline Copeland, our tutor for the Symposium Special, had to cancel a few days ago. Fortunately, we were able to find an excellent new tutor despite the shortage of time. Alan Jone...

East and West

The world is dividing into East and West again... Not the right moment to dance? But yes, dancing connects people. Especially this year we have a focus on Eastern European dance culture in our pr...

Dance & History Online 2022

A bright spot in pandemic times: Our invitation to Dance & History Online 2022 Von "lustigen Täntz" und "wahrer Tantzkunst" Dance in Germany 1500 – 1900 29 – 30 January, 2022 on "Zoom All det...

Mazurka is in!

In two weeks we will open the Mazurka season with Irène Feste in Hamburg. The specialist in early 19th century dance will show us the mazurka choreographies from Michel St. Léon's notebooks. St. Lé...