Publications

  • Chatterjee, Sandra and Lang, Siglinde (2017). “Renegotating Art And Civic Engagement: The Festival 7hoch2 As A Hands-On Platform For Co-Creating Urban Life.” In: Ziemer, Gesa and Hilke Berger (eds.). A Question of Culture and Attitude. New Perspectives On Actors And Institutions Of Urban Development. Berlin: Jovis Verlag.
  • Chatterjee, Sandra and Cynthia Ling Lee (2017).  “’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.
  • Chatterjee, Sandra (2015). “Bodily Archives and Performed Acts of Transfer: Interplays of Archive, Repertoire, and “Indian Dance Memory.” In Brandenburg, Irene; Chatterjee, Sandra; Haitzinger, Nicole; Jeschke, Claudia: Tanz & Archiv: Forschungsreisen, derra dance research 6: Doing Memory: Zwischen Don Juan Und Bharatanatyam. München: epodium. 3-29.
  • Chatterjee, Sandra (2015). “London – Los Angeles – Berlin: Zeitgenössischer („südasiatischer“) Tanz in lokalspezifischen Kontexten.” In Bäcker, Marianne and Mechthild Schütte (eds.). Tanz, Raum, Urbanität (Jahrbuch Tanzforschung Bd. 25) (2015). Leipzig: Henschel Verlag. 79-92.
  • 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 (2013). “Restaging Indian Dance: Zwischen Tradition, Moderne und Postkolonialität.” In Irene Brandenburg, Nicole Haitzinger und Claudia Jeschke (Hrsg.): Tanz & Archiv: Forschungsreisen. derra dance research 5: Mobile Notate. München: epodium (2014), 164-181.
  • Chatterjee, Sandra (2013). “Back to Reality?: Rückübersetzungen filmischer Bollywood Choreographien in bayerische Tanzgruppen“ in Kieler Beiträge zur Filmmusikforschung. In: Kieler Beiträge zur Filmmusikforschung, Ausgabe 10, Dezember 2013, 73-100 . http://www.filmmusik.uni-kiel.de/beitraege.php
  • Proceeding:Chatterjee, Sandra (2013).“Entangled Histories and Kinesthetic Connections: Memory, Heritage and Performance in Rani Nair’s Future Memory. In Nordic Forum for Dance Research/Society of Dance History Scholars, Conference Proceedings. Norwegian University Of Science And Technology (NTNU) Trondheim, Norway 2013: Published By The Society Of Dance History Scholars (2013). 89-97. Web. <https://sdhs.org/proceedings/2013/pdf/Chatterjee_135.pdf>.
  • (with Cynthia Ling Lee) “Internet, Intermedia and Consensual Collaboration:Blogging Choreography by the Post Natyam Collective.” In Digital Proceedings: Canadian Society of Dance Studies’ Conference 2012 (published 2013)http://csds-sced.ca/English/Resources/ChatterjeeLee.pdf
  • (with Cynthia Ling Lee) “Solidarity – rasa/autobiography – abhinaya: South Asian tactics for performing queerness.” In: Nair, Sreenath (guest editor).Intellect: Indian Theatre Special Issue – The Body. Studies in South Asian Film and Media (2012) (Vol 5, Issue 1), 129–140.
  • ‘Post-migrantisch? Nomadisch? Hapa? Was für eine Erfahrung …?!’. In: Urmila Goel, Jose Punnamparambil und Nisa Punammparambil-Wolf (Hrsg.). InderKinder. Über das Aufwachsen und Leben in Deutschland. Heidelberg: Draupadi Verlag (2012). More information: http://urmila.de/inderkinder/index.html
  • Chatterjee, Sandra and Cynthia Ling Lee (2012).  “Transform, Sustain, Reach Out: Post Natyam Collective Members Reflect on Long-Distance Collaboration’. In: p/art/icipate. Kultur aktiv gestalten. eJournal des Programmbereichs Contemporary Arts & Cultural Production, 1 (2012), online: www.p-art-icipate.net.
  • Chatterjee, Sandra and Cynthia Ling Lee (2012).  “Choreographing Coalition in Cyber-Space: Post Natyam Collective’s Politico-Aesthetic Negotiations”. In: Feminist Media: Participatory Spaces, Networks and Cultural Citizenship; Hsg. Zobl, Elke und Drüecke, Ricarda . Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag (2012), 146-157.
  • 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 (Hsg.)Kulturmanagement konkret: Interdisziplinäre Positionen und Perspektiven.03/2009.Hamburg: Institut für Kulturkonzepte Hamburg, e.V., Eigenverlag (2009), 101-107.
  • Proceeding:Chatterjee, Sandra and Cynthia Ling Lee (2009). „Rewriting Choreography: Unfaithful and Impossible Translations“ in Re-Searching Dance: International Conference on Dance Research, New Delhi 28. November -1.December 2009. Goswami, Anomita, Urmimala Sarkar, Anirban Ghosh, Sharmista Saha, Shrinkla Sahai, Ruchika Sharma (Eds). (2009), 145-152.
  • Chatterjee, Sandra (2006).“Impossible Hosting: D’Lo sets an Undomesticated Stage for South Asian Youth Artists,” Women & Performance: a journal of feminist theory, Vol. 16, No. 3, (November 2006). 445–464.
  • PhD Dissertation/WISSENSCHAFTLICHE QUALIFIKATIONSSCHRIFTEN (univ.) Undomesticated Bodies: South Asian Women Perform the Impossible. PhD. Dissertation, Culture and Performance, University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles. 2005.
  • Proceeding: Chatterjee, Sandra (2004). “Yoni Ki Baat! or: Attention: South Asian Women Speak.” Selected Proceedings of the Masculinities and Cultures in South Asia 2nd International Conference on Sexualities, Development of Discourses, Discourses of Development, 9-12 June 2004. Chandra S. Balachandran, Sandhya Rao, Sumathi N. (Ed.). (2005), 25-33.
  • 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
  • Book review/Rezension:Chatterjee, Sandra (2003). “Looking at Kuchipudi”, in Dance Chronicle, Vol. 26, Issue 2. (2003).