Dance researchers and dance practitioners with a focus on international exchange and impact are invited apply for the Selma Jeanne Cohen Fund scholarship. The fund provides an honorarium to the selected dance scholar. The deadline is on Monday 30th August 2021.
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 in October.
The competition is open to all dance researchers or practitioners in any field of dance.
Applicants may be residents of any country. Selection will be based on the quality of your narrative, originality, the impact of your research/work on other disciplines and international perspectives, interaction with audience during demonstration, appeal to a wider audience, and references.
The Selma Jeanne Cohen Fund provides an honorarium to the selected dance scholar.
The awardee must be able to virtually attend the Fulbright Association’s annual conference (October 20-22, 2021) and give his or her presentation on the date requested by the association.
The deadline is on Monday 30th August 2021.
All applications must include the following documents:
- A cover letter, not to exceed one page in length, that briefly details your proposal.
- A resume
- 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.
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