de la Torre Bueno Prize awards 1973-2001

Winners and Special Citations, 1973-2001

1973 - prize to Mary Grace Swift, A Loftier Flight

1974 - no winner

1975 - prize to Jane Sherman, Soaring

1976 - prize to David Vaughan, Frederick Ashton and His Ballets

1977 - prize to Nancy Reynolds, Repertory in Review

1978 - no winner

1979 - prize to Richard Ralph, The Life and Works of John Weaver

1980 - prize to Jack Anderson, The One and Only: The Ballets Russes de Monte Carlo

1980 - special citation to Olive Holmes, Motion Arrested

1981 - prize to Suzanne Shelton, Divine Dancer

1982 - no winner

1982 - special citation to Roger Copeland and Marshall Cohen, What is Dance?

1983 - prize to John Mueller, Astaire Dancing

1984 - no winner

1985 - prize to Jennifer Dunning, But First a School

1985 - special citation to Deborah Jowitt, The Dance in Mind

1986 - prize to Alexandra Danilova, Choura

1986 - special citation to Susan L. Foster, Reading Dancing

1987 - no winner

1988 - prize to Deborah Jowitt, Time and the Dancing Image

1989 - prize to Lynn Garafola, Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes

1989 - special citation to Pauline Koner, Solitary Song

1990 - prize to Elizabeth Sourtiz, Soviet Choreographers in the 1920s

1990 - special citation to Katrina Hazzard-Gordon, Jookin’

1990 - special citation to Cynthia Novack, Sharing the Dance

1990 - special citation to Irwin Spector, Rhythm and Life

1991 -/2 prize to Agnes de Mille, Martha Graham

1991 -/2 special citation to Larry Warren, Anna Sokolow

1993 - prize to Sally Ann Ness, Body, Movement, and Culture

1993 - special citation to Janet Soares, Louis Horst: Musician in a Dancer’s World

1994 - prize to Maurice Esses, Dance and Instrumental Diferencias in 17th and Early 18th Century Spain

1994 - prize to Susan Manning, Ecstasy and the Demon: Feminism and Nationalism in the Dances of Mary Wigman

1994 - special citation to Sally Banes, Greenwich Village 1963

1995 - prize to Judith Chazin-Bennahum, The Ballets of Antony Tudor: Studies in Psyche and Satire

1995 - special citation to Rebecca Harris-Warrick and Carol Marsh, Musical Theater at the Court of Louis XIV: Le Mariage de la Gross Cathos

1995 - special citation to Carol Martin, Dance Marathons: Performing American Culture in the 1920s and 1930s

1996 - prize to Barbara Browning, Samba: Renaissance in Motion

1996 - special citation to Francis Spearshott, A Measured Pace

1996 - special citation to Amy Koritz, Gendering Bodies/Performing Art: Dance and Literature in Early Twentieth-Century British Culture

1996 - special citation to Mark Franko, Dancing Modernism/Performing Politics

1997 - prize to Judith Kavanagh, Secret Muses: The Life of Frederick Ashton

1997 - special citation to Susan L. Foster, Choreography & Narrative: Ballet’s Staging of Story and Desire

1997 - special citation to James Neufeld, Power to Rise: The Story of the National Ballet of Canada

1997 - special citation to Kariamu Welsh-Asante, ed., African Dance: An Artistic, Historical, and Philosophical Inquiry

1997 - special citation to Jacqui Malone, Steppin’ on the Blues: The Visible Rhythms of African American Dance

1998 - prize to Roland J. Wiley, The Life and Ballets of Lev Ivanov

1998 - special citation to Ellen Graff, Stepping Left: Dance and Politics in New York City, 1928–1942

1998 - special citation to Karl Toepfer, Empire of Ecstasy: Nudity and Movement in German Body Culture

1999 - prize to Debra H. Sowell, The Christensen Brothers: An American Dance Epic

1999 - special citation to Valerie Preston-Dunlop, Rudolph Laban: An Extraordinary Life

2000 - prize to Suki Schorer, Suki Schorer on Balanchine Technique

2000 - special citation to John Forrester, The History of Morris Dancing 1438–1750

2001 - prize to Marian Smith, Ballet and Opera in the Age of Giselle

2001 - special citation to Stephanie Jordan, Moving Music: Dialogues with Music in Twentieth- Century Ballet

SDHS publications

Studies in Dance History SDHS’s monograph series, published by University of Wisconsin Press, answers a growing demand for works that provide fresh analytical perspectives on dancing, dancers, and dances in a global context. Read more...

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conferences

Conference 2014: Writing Dancing/Dancing Writing
A Joint Conference of The Society of Dance History Scholars (SDHS) and The Congress on Research in Dance (CORD)
13–16 November 2014
Hosted by the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa

Conference 2015 will be held in Athens, Greece. Dates and other details will be available later this Spring.

news

The SDHS Board of Directors election takes place during the final two weeks of February. All SDHS members may vote. Please log in and then click here to view candidates’ biographies. Ballots will be available beginning on Feb. 15.

SDHS announces the November 2013 awards, including de la Torre Bueno Prize® Special Citations.

Proceedings of the 2013 joint NOFOD/SDHS conference are now available.

Proceedings of the Special Topics Conference 2013: “Sacre Celebration: Revisiting, Reflecting, Revisioning” are now available.

Call for proposals for contributions to Conversations Across the Field of Dance Studies: Network of Pointes (Guest Editors: Drs. Kathrina Farrugia and Jill Nunes Jensen). Note that the deadline has been extended to May 15, 2014.

Updated 3 April: Conference announcements and calls for papers

Updated 3 April: Job postings and opportunities for students

Updated 24 February: News and announcements from SDHS members: “The American Society for Theatre Research is now seeking nominations for the Biennial Sally Banes Publication Prize....”

SDHS endorses MLA statement on learning another language

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