All Saints Pastoral Centre, London Colney (near St Albans)
Saturday and Sunday, 28 and 29 March 2009
Papers and workshops
Anne Daye - Dancing for King and Country: the Jacobean Court Dancer
Hazel Dennison - "Dancing the Barbarian" (workshop)
Maëlle Amand - The Distorted Representations of Dance in Eighteenth-Century Britain: a Study of Parody and Caricature
Moira Goff - Edmund Pemberton and the Improvement of Dancing
Barbara Segal - The Hornpipe: a Dance for Kings, Commoners and Comedians (workshop)
Ann and Paul Kent - Bransles for Display?
Jørgen Schou-Pedersen - Dances for a Royal Danish Masquerade
The conference proceedings have been published by DHDS, see the publications page.