Are you a pioneering dance researcher or practitioner with a focus on international exchange and impact? Share your talent and research with the Fulbright community at Virtual 44th Annual Conference. Applications for the 2021 Selma Jeanne Cohen Fund Lecture will be accepted through August 30, and the awardee will be notified by September 15.
The Selma Jeanne Cohen Fund for International Scholarship on Dance provides a dance researcher or practitioner the opportunity to present a major paper or interdisciplinary presentation, based on research or a body of accomplished work, at the Fulbright Association’s annual conference. The 2021 Cohen Lecturer will be selected based on guidelines developed by the late Dr. Selma Jeanne Cohen, dance historian and founding editor of the International Encyclopedia of Dance, whose generous endowment gift supports this lecture program. We encourage interdisciplinary dance scholars to apply.
- The opportunity to present a major paper or interdisciplinary presentation.
- The Selma Jeanne Cohen Fund provides an honorarium to the selected dance scholar.
- Being able to participate in globally recognized Events.
- Must be in good academic standing
- Must be an Interdisciplinary dance scholar
- Must be able to virtually attend the Fulbright Association’s annual conference
For consideration, all applications must include:
- A cover letter, not to exceed one page in length, that briefly details your proposal.
- A resume or C.V.
- A narrative of no longer than ten double-spaced pages (3,750-word maximum) describing the research, scholarly work, or multi-dimensional presentation to be presented and its significance in advancing dance scholarship.
- The research or project must show a clear commitment to furthering international understanding through dance and must have already been completed by the time of application.
- The narrative should include an assessment of the impact of your own Fulbright or other international exchange experience on your work in the field of dance, as well as how your dance research relates to international perspectives and the impact it has on other fields, cultures, and the world.
- A presentation outline for a conference presentation of no longer than one hour’s length. The presentation plan must include a lecture of no longer than 20 minutes, a dance demonstration of 15- 20 minutes, and a question and answer session of 15-20 minutes. Please note that engaging the audience through interactive presentations is highly valued, and demonstrations that involve audience participation will be given higher consideration.
- Two letters of reference from individuals well-acquainted with your work as a dance scholar/practitioner and presenter.
Application Deadline: August 30, 2021 (29 Days Remaining)Apply nowOfficial link