Publications

Co-written publications by Post Natyam Collective members:

Chatterjee, Sandra and Cynthia Ling Lee.  2017.  “’our love was not enough’: queering gender, cultural belonging, and desire in contemporary abhinaya.” In Queer Dance: Meanings and Makings, ed. Clare Croft.  New York: Oxford University Press, 45-65.

Chatterjee, Sandra, and Cynthia Ling Lee.  2013.  “Solidarity – Rasa/Autobiography – Abhinaya: South Asian Tactics for Performing Queerness.” Studies in South Asian Film and Media, Volume 5, Issue 1: 129-140.

Chatterjee, Sandra and Cynthia Ling Lee.  2013.  “Internet, Intermedia and Consensual Collaboration: Blogging Choreography by the PostNatyam Collective.” Digital Proceedings of the Canadian Society of Dance Studies’ 2012 conference, Collaboration: Intersections, Negotiations, Mediations in the Worlds of Dance. http://www.csds-sced.ca/English/Resources/ChatterjeeLee.pdf

Chatterjee, Sandra and Cynthia Ling Lee.  2012.  “Choreographing Coalition in Cyberspace: Post Natyam Collective’s Politico-Aesthetic Negotiations.” In Feminist Media: Participatory Spaces, Networks and Cultural Citizenship, eds. Elke Zobl and Ricarda Düecke. Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag: 146–157.

Chatterjee, Sandra and Cynthia Ling Lee.  2012. “Initiate, Transform, Sustain, Reach Out: Post Natyam Collective Members Reflect on Long-Distance Collaboration.” In P|ART|TICIPATE, eJournal des Programmbereichs Contemporary Arts & Cultural Production, October 2012 Issue 1. Schwerpunkt Wissenschaft & Kunst, Universität Salzburg in Kooperation mit der Universität Mozarteum. http://www.p-art-icipate.net/cms/?p=508&view-all=1.

Chatterjee, Sandra and Cynthia Ling Lee.  2009.  “Rewriting Choreography: Deterritorialized and Impossible Translations.” In Researching Dance: International Conference on Dance Research. New Delhi: Bosco, 145-152.

Chatterjee, Sandra and Shyamala Moorty (2003). “BiDentities, not binaries: using choreography and writing to investigate bi-cultural experiences,” Mots Pluriels, no 23. (March 2003). http://www.arts.uwa.edu.au/MotsPluriels/MP2303scsm.html.

 

Related publications by members:

Chatterjee, Sandra

Chatterjee, Sandra. 2015. “Rethinking Collective Artistic Production.“ In Zobl, Elke and Siglinde Lang (eds.). Rethink. Arts encouraging Cultural Production: p/art/icipate. Kultur aktiv gestalten. eJournal of the program-area Contemporary Arts & Cultural Production, 6 (2015), online at http://www.p-art-icipate.net/cms/rethinking-collective-artistic-production/

Chatterjee, Sandra with contributions from Cynthia Ling Lee, Shyamala Moorty, and Anjali Tata. 2014. “Yes to Process! Co-creating Post Natyam Collective’s Manifesto.” In Ralph J. Poole, Yvonne Katharina Kaisinger (eds.). Manifeste: Speerspitzen zwischen Kunst und Wissenschaft. Heidelberg: Winter (2014),  179-193.

Chatterjee, Sandra. 2009. “Case Study: The Post Natyam Collective- Towards sustainable, transnational, collective practice.” Mit Beträgen von Cynthia Lee, Shyamala Moorty und Anjali Tata. In Gesa Birnkraut, Karin Wolf (eds.)Kulturmanagement konkret: Interdisziplinäre Positionen und Perspektiven.03/2009.Hamburg: Institut für Kulturkonzepte Hamburg, e.V., Eigenverlag (2009), 101-107.

 

Lee, Cynthia Ling 

Lee, Cynthia Ling.  Forthcoming.  “Transnational Queerings by the Post Natyam Collective.”  In Creative Collaboration in Art Practice, Pedagogy, and Research, eds. Sunny Spillane and Kathryn Shields.  Cambridge Scholars Publishing: 99-118.

Lee, Cynthia Ling.  2015.  “The Post Natyam Collective: Building a Grassroots Community Online.” In Dance Education Around the World: Perspectives on Dance, Young People and Change, edited by Charlotte Svendler Nielsen and Stephanie Burridge, 173-6. London: Routledge.

Lee, Cynthia Ling.  2014.  “rapture/rupture.”  I Don’t Do Boxes: Queer Stories from the South, Issue 2, Out Loud! Greensboro: Elsewhere.

Lee, Cynthia Ling. 2014.  “Interweaving Theory and Practice: the Post Natyam Collective’s Web-based Collaborative Process.”  HowlRound.   http://howlround.com/interweaving-theory-and-practice-the-post-natyam-collectives-web-based-collaborative-process

Lee, Cynthia Ling.  2009.  Harassing the Sanskrit Heroine. Handbound artbook. Photography by Shyamala Moorty. Excerpts available online:www.cynthialinglee.com/images/harassing_excerpts.pdf