Visiting Assistant Professor Hannah Kosstrin holds a Ph.D. in Dance Studies from The Ohio State University (OSU) with a minor in Women’s History, a M.A. in Dance with concentrations in dance history and Labanotation from OSU, a B.A. in Dance from Goucher College, and Labanotation Teacher Certification from the Dance Notation Bureau. Hannah has presented her research at national and international conferences. She has received grants, fellowships, and awards from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the OSU Melton Center for Jewish Studies, the P.E.O. International Sisterhood, the Society of Dance History Scholars (SDHS), the Coca-Cola Critical Difference for Women Graduate Studies Grant for Research on Women, Gender, and Gender Equity (OSU), and the Greater Columbus Arts Council. Hannah has recently joined the Board of Directors of the Congress on Research in Dance as Treasurer-Elect, and the Professional Advisory Committee of the Dance Notation Bureau. She has taught dance and dance studies in Boston, MA and central Ohio. From 2004-2007 she worked with Columbus Movement Movement (cm2) which was named one of Dance Magazine's "25 to Watch" in 2007. She served as SDHS Website Content Editor from 2005-2011. Hannah teaches courses in dance studies, gender, Labanotation, and contemporary technique. For more information about Hannah and her work and teaching, please click here.