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Articles in Print
Discovering the Axis Syllabus
An international research community evolves an open-source lexicon of human movement principles
interviews and insights by Frey Faust, Nita Little, and Kira Kirsch collected and edited by Heidi Henderson
Essentials:Place and Pour
by Nita Little
CQ Vol. 32 No. 1, Winter/Spring 2007, Special Focus: Place2, p 56
Letter from Nita Little
from the archives, 1974
CQ Vol. 23 No. 1, Winter/Spring 1998, Contact Improvisation's 25th Anniversary Issue, p 36
Keeping in Touch
Notes from Alotta Different Places
by Andrew Harwood, Scott Jones, Danny Lepkoff, Nita Little, Mangrove, Marje McKenna, Steve Paxton, ReUnion, Christie Svane, and Jerry Zientara
Stillness in Motion
by Nita Little
Letters
from Steve Paxton, David Woodberry, and Nita Little
CQ Vol. 1 No. 4, Spring 1976, "Contact Newsletter" set with Nos 1-5, p 9
Letters
from Nita Little and Jerry Zientara
CQ Vol. 1 No. 3, December 1975, "Contact Newsletter" set with Nos 1-5, p 7 - 8
Letter
from Nita Little
CQ Vol. 1 No. 2, November 1975, "Contact Newsletter" set with Nos 1-5, p 7
Dance Forms lec/dem
by Yani Novak and Nita Little
CQ Vol. 1 No. 1, April 1975, "Contact Newsletter" set with Nos 1-5, p 28 - 29
Letter
from Nita Little
CQ Vol. 1 No. 1, April 1975, "Contact Newsletter" set with Nos 1-5, p 25 - 26
Articles Online
by Daniel Lepkoff
CQ Article Gallery, Annual 2011
a conversation with Steve Paxton at the kitchen table
with Nancy Stark Smith, for CQ
A provocative talk by economist CI dancer Christian Felber, at the contactfestival freiburg 2014
with responses by Adrian Russi, Eckhard Müller, Sara Shelton Mann, Steve Paxton, Daniel Lepkoff, Nita Little, and Nancy Stark Smith
curated by Daniela Schwartz
One History of Contact Improvisation
a talk given by Nancy Stark Smith at the International Contact Festival Freiburg, Germany, 2005
by Nancy Stark Smith
Improvisation in a Children's Hospital
by Lisa Dowler

IDOCDE #4 at ImPulsTanz in Vienna
by Colleen Bartley and Defne Erdur
A feature for YOU on the CQ website!
Navigating through Europe’s biggest CI festival, Freiburg, Germany
by Georgia Petrali, Marika Rizzi, and Laura Hicks
European CI Teachers Exchange (ECITE)
Krzyzowa, Poland,
by Agnieszka Grenckowska
ECITE discussion on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and Contact as a political action
10th Anniversary Celebration
Budapest, Hungary
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DVD's
Perspectives on the Dance Form in its 36th Year
a documentary film by Nathan Wagoner
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