Victoria Phillips Geduld is a Ph.D. candidate at Columbia University where she received her B.A., followed by an MBA in Finance. At the Business School, she was a Business/School of International Affairs Fellow. She holds two Master's degrees from New York University.
Her articles have appeared in the New York Times, American Communist History, the collection Ethel Winter and her Choreography, Grant's Interest Rate Observer, and will appear in Dance Chronicle in 2010. Her exhibit, Dance is a Weapon, opened at the Centre National de la Dance in 2008, toured France, and included the publication of a catalogue. She has received fellowships from the Japan Society, the Library of Congress, and attended George Washington University's Summer Institute and presented at GWU conferences on the Cold War. She was awarded the Selma Jeanne Cohen Award by the Society of Dance History Scholars in 2008, and received honorable mention for the Gertrude Lippincott Award in 2009. She has presented her work in the U.S., France, the United Kingdom, and Denmark.