Database Finder allows you to find research databases by subject and type. The option to limit your results to "Scholarly/Peer Review" is sometimes available.
Below is a list of databases helpful for conducting research in Dance topics.
Find material about the life and work of important choreographers, dancers, and others in the world of dance.
Publication Finder allows searching for specific journal and magazine titles or titles in a discipline or field. You can link to these titles and browse/search them.
Here are some specific titles for dance research:
Or, see a Full list of Dance journals and magazines.
You may find performances by, and interviews with, notable figures in dance.
Many of the materials that you find in college-level research are scholarly articles, often called "peer-reviewed." In some instances, your professor will require that you use these types of articles as sources that you cite in your work. The resources below explain the typical appearance, structure and function of scholarly articles.