Volume 48, Number 3, December 2016

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Randy Martin and Dance Studies

Edited by Mark Franko and Jens Richard Giersdorf

Editors’ Note

Presence of Randy Martin

pp. 1-5

A Bibliography of Major Published Works by Randy Martin

pp. 6-10

Articles

Why Is There Always Energy for Dancing?

pp. 11-26

Mobilization, Force, and the Politics of Transformation

pp. 27-32

Dance/Agency/History: Randy Martin’s Marxian Ethnography

pp. 33-44

Constrained Bodies: Dance, Social Justice, and Choreographic Agency

pp. 45-57

Choreography as a Medium of Protest

pp. 58-69

Remobilizing Dance Studies

pp. 70-84

Dialogues: Art and Public Policy

Dancing Economies Conference Welcome, February 2015

pp. 85-89

Slow-Walk: Climate as Volatility and Expansive Political Practice

pp. 90-92

Randy: Art and Public Policy

pp. 93-94

For Randy

pp. 95-98

Review Essay

Poetics of Dance: Body, Image, and Space in the Historical Avant-Gardes by Gabriele Brandstetter (review)

pp. 99-104

Book Reviews

Akram Khan: Dancing New Interculturalism by Royona Mitra (review)

pp. 105-109

Choreographing Problems: Expressive Concepts in European Contemporary Dance and Performance by Bojana Cvejić (review)

pp. 109-113

Spinning Mambo into Salsa: Caribbean Dance in Global Commerce by Juliet McMains (review)

pp. 113-116

Books Received

pp. 117-118

Letter to the Editor

pp. 119-120

Recensional Editorial

pp. 121-122