All publications below except where indicated by an asterisk * can be downloaded as a full text version through:,_Cheryl.html



Stock, C. F. & P. Germain-Thomas (2015) (eds.) Contemporising the past: envisaging the future. Refereed Porceedings of 2014 World Dance Alliance Global Summit, Angers, 6-11 July. Published on-line by Ausdance and World Dance Alliance.

Stock, C. (2009) (ed.) Dance Dialogues: Conversations across Cultures, Artforms and Practices. Refereed Proceedings of 2008 World Dance Alliance Global Summit, Brisbane, Australia, 13 – 18 July. Published on-line by Ausdance and Queensland University of Technology, Faculty of Creative Industries.


Stock, C. F. (2014) Dancing into the second phase of creative industries, Taiwan Dance Research Journal, 9, pp. 1-18.

Stock, C. (2008) Creating Collaborative Partnerships: enabling public access to live urban art, innovative performance and creative research, Brolga 28, June 2008, pp. 21-39.

Stock C. (2009) Adapting, Renewing, Subverting: What place the performing arts in creative Industries? Keynote address and Conference Proceedings for PACIA 08 (International Conference on Performing Arts as Creative Industries in Asia). 27-28 February, University of Malaya. Tirai Panggung : Performing Arts Journal, 10, pp. 20-45.


Stock, C. F. (2015) Evoking poetics of memory through performing site: Naik Naik, a Malaysian Australian collaboratioin the world heritage settibg of Melaka. In Stock, C. F. & P. Germain-Thomas (2015) (eds.) Contemporising the past: envisaging the future. Refereed Porceedings of 2014 World Dance Alliance Global Summit, Angers, 6-11 July. Published on-line by Ausdance and World Dance Alliance.

*Stock, Cheryl F. (2015) From urban cities and the tropics to site-dance in the world heritage setting of Melaka: an Australian practitioner’s journey. In Hunter, V. (Ed.) Moving sites: Investigating site-specific dance performance. London & New York: Routledge, pp. 385-404.

Stock, C. (2011) Creating New Narratives Through Shared Time and Space: The Performer/Audience Connection in Multi-Site Dance Events. In L. Caldwell (Ed.), In time together: Viewing and reviewing contemporary dance practice, Proceedings of the 2010 World Dance Alliance Global Summit, New York, 12 – 17 July. 1. On-line publication, World Dance Alliance-Americas,

*Stock, C. (2009) Beyond the intercultural to the accented body: an Australian perspective. In Butterworth, J. & Wildschut, L. (Eds.) Contemporary Choreography: A Critical Reader, London: Routledge, pp. 281-297. Abstract only on-line.

Stock, C. (2008) Different Inflections: Intercultural Dance in Australia, Korean Journal of Dance, 12, Vol 57,pp. 289-310.

Stock, C. (2008) Connectivity: dancing bodies linking culture, site and technology. In Urmimala Sarkar Munsi (Ed.) Transcending Borders, New Delhi: Tulika Books, pp.58-77.

Stock, C. (2005) here/there/then/now: site, collaboration, interdisciplinary performance, presented at Rebooted- Initializing the Grid, Deakin University, 1 – 4 July, 2004. Canberra: Ausdance National on behalf of the Tertiary Dance Council of Australia.



Stock, C. F. (2016) Diasporic Dancing Identities, Critical Dialogues. Intercultural Issue 6, April 2016, Sydney: Critical Path, 12-21.

*Stock, Cheryl F. (2012) Adaptation and empathy: intercultural communication in a choreographic project. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 33(4), pp. 445-462.

*Stock, C. (2007) Looking through Other Eyes, Neon Rising: Asialink Japan Dance Exchange. Melbourne: Asialink. Not available on-line.

Stock, C. (2005) The interval between…. the space between… Concepts of Time and Space in Asian Performance. In Sarkar Munsi, U. (Ed.) Time and Space in Asian context: Contemporary Dance in Asia. Kolkata, India: World Dance Alliance – West Bengal, pp. l7-37.

Stock, C. (2005) The Cocacolonisation of Difference: Homogenised Diversity In 21st Century Cultural Practice. In Nor, Mohd Anis Md and Murugappan, R. (Eds.) Global and Local: Dance in Performance. Kuala Lumpur: Cultural Centre, University of Malaya and Ministry of Culture and Heritage Malaysia, pp. 15-27.

*Stock, C. (2003) Doi Moi and the Crisis in Vietnamese Dance. In Drummond, L. and Thomas, M. (Eds) Consuming Urban Culture in Contemporary Vietnam. London and New York: Routledge/Curzon, pp. 219-241. Abstract only on-line.

Stock, C. (2001) The Myth of an International Dance Language: Tensions between Internationalisation and Cultural Difference. In Stephanie Burridge (Ed.) Asia Pacific Dance Bridge, Academic Conference, Papers and Abstracts, Singapore: World Dance Alliance, pp. 246-262.

Stock, Cheryl F. (1999) Making intercultural dance in Vietnam: issues of context and process from the perspective of an Australian choreographer and her colleagues from Vietnam Opera Ballet Theatre (Nhà Hát Nhạc Vũ Kịch Việt Nam) 1995-1999. [QUT doctoral thesis, Brisbane].

Stock, C. (1999) Moving Bodies Across Cultures: an analysis of a Vietnamese/Australian dance and theatre project, Australasian Drama Studies, no. 34, pp. 47-68.

Stock, C. (1998) Dancing the Dual Phoenix: Collaborating Across Cultures, The Korean Journal of Dance Studies, Vol. 2, Fall 1998, pp. 109–127.

Stock, C. (1998) Questions of gender and power in professional dance in Vietnam: a Western choreographer’s perspective, Brolga, no. 9, December 1998, pp. 7-21.

Stock, C. (1997) Three Views of an Intercultural Dance and Music Journey. In Batchelor, D. (Ed.) Two WayTraffic. Brisbane: QUT, Centre for Innovation in the Arts.

Stock, C. (1996) Vietnam Revisited, TAASA Review, The Asian Arts Society of Australia, vol. 5, no. 2, p. 18. Not on-line.


*Stock, Cheryl F. & Page, Stephen (2012) Awakening the spirit: telling the stories. In Burridge, Stephanie & Dyson, Julie (Eds.) Shaping the Landscape: Celebrating Dance in Australia. Routledge (Taylor & Francis), New Delhi, India & Abingdon, UK, pp. 52-68.

*Stock, Cheryl F. (2012) Different Inflections. In Burridge, Stephanie & Dyson , Julie (Eds.) Shaping the Landscape : Celebrating Dance in Australia. New Delhi, India & Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 84-103.

Stock, C. and J. Dyson (2006) Looking Out from Down Under – Australian Dance Today. In Burridge, S. (Ed.) Shifting Sands – Dance in Asia and the Pacific. Canberra: The Australian *Dance Council, p. 15-23.

Stock. C. (1997) Meet Me at Kissing Point. In Poyner, H. and Simmonds, J. (Eds) Dancers and Communities, Sydney: Ausdance NSW, pp. 121-129.

Stock, C. (1997) Mirror, Mirror off the Wall (translated into Portuguese as ‘Espelho, Espelho Meu!’) In Romero, E. (Ed.) Mulheres em Movimento, Vitoria: Universidade Federal do Espirito Santo, Brazil, pp. 183-203.

Stock, C. (1996) Robert Helpmann - Master Showman, Brolga, no. 5, December 1996, pp.35-45.

Stock, C. (1995) Evolving Australian Identities in Dance. Presented in Hanoi at the conference Country, People and Culture of Australia, Vietnam National University. Published in Vietnamese by the Research of International Cultures Centre. Not available on-line.

Stock, C. (1991) The Positive Aspects of Isolation. Keynote address at AADE (renamed Ausdance) Biennial Conference, Dance - Australia Made, Perth. Conference papers published by Ausdance in 1992 (not on-line).


Stock, C. F. (2016) Dancing elusive knowedges across research terrain, The Art of Research : Creative arts and the university R & D agenda. Issue 2  August 2016.  

Stock, Cheryl F. (2014) Writing embodied practice from the inside: outside the exegesis. In Ravelli, Louise; Paltridge, Brian & Sue Starfield (Eds.) Doctoral Writing in the Creative and Performing Arts, Oxfordshire UK: Libri, pp.297-319.

Stock, Cheryl F. (2013) Acquiring 'doctorateness' in the Creative Industries: an Australian perspective on professional research doctorates, TEXT Special Issue 21. Examination of doctoral degrees in creative arts: process, practice and standards October 2013, eds Jen Webb, Donna Lee Brien and Sandra Burr

Stock, C. (2010) Aesthetic tensions: evaluating outcomes for practice-led research and industry, TEXT Special issue No 8 October 2010, Symposium: Creative and practice-led research—current status, future plans, Oct. 2010

Stock, C. Phillips, M, & Vincs, K. (2009) Dancing the Thesis: Potential and Pitfalls in Practice-led Research. In Sarkar, U. Et al (eds) Re-searching Dance, Proceedings of International Conference on Dance Research, Delhi: India, November 28-30, pp. 53-60.

Phillips, M, Stock, C. & Vincs, K (2009) Dancing doctorates down-under? Defining and assessing ‘doctorateness’ when embodiment enters the thesis. In C. Stock (Ed.), Dance Dialogues: Conversations across cultures, artforms and practices, Proceedings of the 2008 World Dance Alliance Global Summit, Brisbane, 13 – 18 July. On-line publication, QUT Creative Industries and Ausdance.

Stock. C. (2009) Choreographing Research: supervising the dancing thesis. TEXT, Special Issue no. 6, October 2009

Phillips. M., Stock, C. & Vincs. K. (2009) Dancing between Diversity and Consistency: Refining Assessment in Postgraduate Degrees in Dance, Perth: WAAPA, Edith Cowan University

Stock, C. (2008) Accented Body and Beyond: a Model for Practice-Led Research with Multiple Theory/Practice Outcomes. In Proceedings: Re-thinking Practice and Theory, International Symposium on Dance Research, Paris, Centre International de la Danse, CORD. Published by Society of Dance History Scholars, pp. 343-352.

Stock, C. (2006) A Legacy of Innovation: Contextualising an International Creative Practice Project. Kolkata, West Bengal. In Vella, R. (Ed.) SPIN SPeculation and INnovation: Applying Practice Led Research in the Creative Industries, On-line publication, QUT Creative Industries and RealTime.

Stock, C. (2004) Training the Thinking Dancer: creating careers in dance in the 21st Century, Beijing Forum on International Dance Education and Development, 23-27 September, Conference Proceedings, Beijing Dance Academy, pp. 61-66.

Stock, C. (2000) The Reflective Practitioner: choreography as research in an intercultural context, in Hideaki Onuki (Ed.) World Dance 2000 - A Celebration of the Millennium: Choreography Today, World Dance Alliance Japan Chapter, pp. 209-225.