About CD+S Online
As part of the CDSS Centennial, this peer-reviewed journal, which appeared in print from the late 1960s to the early 1990s, returned as CD+S Online in April 2016. In its rebooted form, CD+S Online is a publication that offers an opportunity for those who love and think seriously about our arts to present their research in an entertaining and scholarly way for readers around the world interested in traditional dance, music, and song rooted in England and North America. Articles in CD+S Online are longer and more detailed than those found in its sister publication, CDSS News, and represent an exploration of the past, a celebration of the present, speculations as to the future, and a means for future generations to mark the status and development of our shared art form at any given point in time.
Call for Proposals
Proposals for articles are accepted at any time. Send your proposal (350-word; i.e., one page) to email@example.com. (Please read the Submissions and Style guidelines before submitting a proposal.)
General Editor, CD+S Online
CD+S Online Review Board
- Allison Thompson, General Editor
- Jenny Beer, Ph.D.
- Jeremy Carter-Gordon
- Graham Christian, Ph.D.
- Stephen Corrsin, Ph.D.
- Robert Dalsemer
- Susan De Guardiola
- Tim Eriksen, Ph.D.
- Colin Hume
- Robert Isaacs
- Jesse Karlsberg, Ph.D.
- David Millstone
- Suzanne Mrozak
- Richard Powers
- John Ramsay
- Jocelyn Reynolds
- John Roberts
- Gary Roodman, Ph.D.
- Derek Schofield
- Christopher Smith, Ph.D.
- Stephanie Smith, Ph.D.
- Daniel Walkowitz, Ph.D.
- Alan Winston
With the 2022 issue of Country Dance + Song Online, we are excited to present three articles on very different topics, two of them by contributors new to the journal. We will time-travel to three centuries of Anglo-American dance—all different, but all evolutionarily connected.
- “The Grand March” by Alan Duffy
- “Couple Dances, Douglas Kennedy’s English Folk Dance Society, and The British Old Time Dance Revival” by Dr. Chloe Middleton-Metcalfe
- “A Traditional Square Dance in Upstate South Carolina, 2007-2011” by Bob Dalsemer
CD+S Volume 2, June 2019
Table of Contents
- Foreword to Volume 2, by Allison Thompson
- The Dolphin Hey: The Evolution and Transmission of a Dance Figure, by David Millstone and Allison Thompson
- The Folk Scholarship Roots and Geopolitical Boundaries of Sacred Harp’s Global Twenty-first Century, by Jesse P. Karlsberg
- Lock and Dam: A Longsword Dance for the 21st Century, by Douglas Allchin
- Walking for the Cake, by Mark Matthews
CD+S Volume 1, April 2016
Table of Contents
- Foreword to the Inaugural Issue, by Allison Thompson
- Cecil Sharp and English Folk Song and Dance before 1915, by Derek Schofield
- Cecil Sharp and the Origins of the Country Dance & Song Society, by Daniel J. Walkowitz, Ph.D.
- Cousins, A Few Times Removed: Eighty Years of Team Clogging’s Family Tree, by Leanne E. Smith
- Square Dance in the 1950s Rural West: An Oral History, by Tina R. Fields, Ph.D.