Publications

Co-written publications by Post Natyam Collective members:

Chatterjee, Sandra and Cynthia Ling Lee.  Forthcoming.  “’our love was not enough’: queering gender, cultural belonging, and desire in contemporary abhinaya.” In Meanings and Makings of Queer Dance, ed. Clare Croft. Oxford University Press. Anticipated publication date: Fall 2017.

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.  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