George Dorris

      GEORGE DORRIS, who taught for two years at Raymond College when it first opened in 1962, was the co-editor with Jack Anderson of Dance Chronicle from 1977-2007, writes regularly for Ballet Review and The Dancing Times, has contributed to various journals and encyclopedias, and edited The Royal Swedish Ballet 1773-1998 (Dance Books, 1999). An Associate Editor of The International Encyclopedia of Dance, he has served on the boards of the Dance Perspectives Foundation, the Society of Dance History Scholars (made Honorary Member, 2007), the Dance Critics Association and the World Dance Alliance Americas. He was also a senior researcher on the Popular Balanchine Project of The Balanchine Foundation, and in 2007 was recognized for Outstanding Service to Dance Research by the Congress on Research in Dance. In 2005, he was invited, with Frank Andersen and Erik Aschengreen, to organize the bi-Centenary Bournonville Symposium of the Royal Danish Ballet and served as co-presenter. He took his Ph.D from Northwestern University and taught English at Duke University, Rutgers, University of the Pacific (including Raymond College), Queens College CUNY, and finally, from 1967-97 at York College of the City University of New York. . He is also the author of Paolo Rolli and the Italian Circle in London, 1715-1744 (Mouton, 1967).

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