1. Exploring the erotic spectacle of martial arts in Maori, South Indian and Chinese performances.

2. Considering the sensuality of kalaripayattu (Kerala’s martial art). 

3. Reviewing sexuality and gender in Maori movement practices.

4. Examining how bharatanatyam (South Indian classical dance) advances feminism and queerness.

5. Reflections on mukabele (whirling dervish ceremonies) as both a private rite and a public art.

6. Investigating my intercultural identity as a white bharatanatyam dancer.  

7. Detailing the process of supporting Daniel P Cunningham’s creation of his first solo work.

8. Explaining how bharatanatyam training may have altered my perception of time.