Dr. Phillips speaks with William Roka about Martha Graham's Cold War. Recording can be found under January 17, 2021.
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.
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 as a guest on Historically Thinking.
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.
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. The event was sponsored by Columbia University's European Institute, Harriman Institute, Department of History, & Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities.
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.
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.
Dr. Victoria Phillips presents at The Cold War History Research Center's 10th Annual International Student Conference, Corvinus University, in June 2019.
“Meticulously researched and impassioned, Martha Graham’s Cold War is essential reading for scholars
of cultural diplomacy, the Cold War, and the history of dance.”
- Laura A. Belmonte, author of Selling the
American Way: US Propaganda and the Cold War