The Faculty of Education’s staff research output

Books

  • Farrugia-Kriel, Kathrina and Jill Nunes Jensen, editors. The Oxford Handbook of Contemporary Ballet. London, New York: Oxford University Press (manuscript under contract).
  • Farrugia-Kriel, Kathrina. Princess Natalie Poutiatine and the Art of Ballet in Malta (1930 – 1965), Valletta: Fondazzjoni Patrimonju Malti (forthcoming 2019).
  • Hogan, Anne, ed. The Song of the Body: Dance for Lifelong Wellbeing. London: Royal Academy of Dance, 2014. Print.

Edited journals

  • Farrugia-Kriel, Kathrina and Jill Nunes Jensen. Eds. Network of Pointes: Conversations Across the Field of Dance Studies (2015). Alabama: Society of Dance History Scholars. Print.

Journal articles

  • Farrugia-Kriel, Kathrina. ‘Waltzing Through a Golden Era of Ballet: Princess Nathalie Poutiatine (1904 – 1984) and her Russian Ballet productions (1930 – 1939)’, Treasures of Malta, December 2018, forthcoming.
  • Farrugia-Kriel, Kathrina. ‘Angelin Preljocaj’s Empty Moves (2014) and Transmodern Dance History’, Dance Chronicle, Vol 40. Issue 1, 2017, Available at www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01472526.2017.1273689?journalCode=ldnc20
  • Farrugia-Kriel, Kathrina. “I used to dance down by the blue gum trees: On historiography, balletic otherness and global trajectories in retracing Yvonne Mounsey’s influences”. South African Dance Journal, Vol 3: 1-27. Print.
  • Ritchie, Ashleigh and Amanda Gaulter (2018): “Dancing towards belonging: The use of a dance intervention to influence migrant pupils’ sense of belonging in school”, International Journal of Inclusive Education, DOI:10.1080/13603116.2018.1464069
  • Ritchie, Ashleigh and Fiona Brooker (2018): “Imaging the future: An auto-ethnographic journey of using a guided and cognitive-specific imagery intervention in undergraduate release-based contemporary dance technique”, Research in Dance Education, Vol.19, No 2, pp.167-182 DOI:10.1080/14647893.2018.1467397

Book chapters

  • Giles, Elaine and Helen Linkenbagh. “In Conversation: Elaine Giles and Helen Linkenbagh” The Song of the Body: Dance for Lifelong Wellbeing. Ed. Anne Hogan. London: Royal Academy of Dance, 2014: 167 – 169. Print.
  • Farrugia-Kriel, Kathrina. “Dancing her death: Dada Masilo’s The Bitter End of Rosemary (2011) as a South African contemporary rethinking of Hamlet’s Ophelia”. The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare and Dance, editors Lynsey McCulloch and Brandon Shaw. Oxford University Press, forthcoming in 2019.
  • Gerhard, Rosie. “The Adult Ballet Learner: A Personal Reflection” The Song of the Body: Dance for Lifelong Wellbeing. Ed. Anne Hogan. London: Royal Academy of Dance, 2014: 144 – 152. Print.
  • Price, Heulwen. “A Hidden Curriculum: Fostering Social Cohesion in the Ballet Studio” The Song of the Body: Dance for Lifelong Wellbeing. Ed. Anne Hogan. London: Royal Academy of Dance, 2014: 97 – 106. Print.
  • Streuli, Janine. “Getting Physical: Practical Approaches to Dance Anatomy” The Song of the Body: Dance for Lifelong Wellbeing. Ed. Anne Hogan. London: Royal Academy of Dance, 2014: 120 – 129. Print.
  • Wilson, Dennie. “Into the Wings: Steering the Transition from Performer to Teacher” The Song of the Body: Dance for Lifelong Wellbeing. Ed. Anne Hogan. London: Royal Academy of Dance, 2014: 69 – 77. Print.