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Explore Victoria's interviews, panels, and more below. For interview inquiries, please use the contact form.
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Waiting with Godot?: Pandemic Endings in Perspective
Dr. Phillips chairs a seminar exploring the implications of the Covid-19  pandemic and its imminent ending.
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Tamiment Library at NYU
Dr. Phillips presents a virtual book talk on Martha Graham's Cold War.
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Gilder Lehrman Book Breaks
Dr. Phillips speaks with William Roka about Martha Graham's Cold War. Recording can be found under January 17, 2021.
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New Diplomatic History Podcast
Dr. Victoria Phillips is featured as the first official guest on the New Diplomatic History Podcast (Apple Podcast).
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Panel: "Mind the Gap"
Dr. Phillips moderates the first presentation of the LSE-hosted programme in History, Culture and Diplomacy with Blanche Wiesen Cook, Margaret Peacock, Audra Wolfe, and Patryk Babiracki.
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New Books Network
Dr. Victoria Phillips adeptly tells the story of Martha Graham's role as diplomat, arts innovator, and dancer on the New Books Network podcast.
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Dr. Phillips appears as a guest on the program "51%".
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Bob Salter features Dr. Victoria Phillips discussing Martha Graham's Cold War on WFAN.
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Dr. Victoria Phillips talks with host Jan Miyasaki about dance as propaganda for democracy.
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Dr. Victoria Phillips is featured on the Morning Show for WGTD FM.
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Dr. Victoria Phillips discusses Martha Graham's status as the "Picasso of modern dance" and her work as a cultural ambassador with Dr. Al Zambone.
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Dr. Victoria Phillips participates in a roundtable event hosted by the University of Alabama in March 2020, on the spaces that lie between dance and history.
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Dr. Victoria Phillips participates in a panel discussion for the book launch of "Martha Graham's Cold War: The Dance of American Diplomacy", in February 2020.
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Dr. Victoria Phillips presents at The Cold War History Research Center's 10th Annual International Student Conference, Corvinus University, in June 2019.
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Dr. Victoria Phillips presents as the Keynote Speaker at The Cold War History Research Center's 8th Annual International Student Conference, Corvinus University and the Central European University, in June 2017.
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Dr. Victoria Phillips and Elizabeth Aldrich talk about dance as an historical archive and evidence, how dance history can be rewritten, and the importance of open archives in October 2012.