Position: Fellow
Categories: (Fellows), USA

Research Panel Member, 2023-2026; Research Panel Chair 2024-2026

Julie Brodie, Professor of Dance at Kenyon College, earned BFA/MFA degrees at the University of Illinois, and she completed Labanotation studies at Ohio State University. Brodie is a Certified Movement Analyst and a Fellow of the International Council of Kinetography Laban.  Brodie stages dances from scores, and she has presented her work, taught, and performed internationally. Brodie was a 2010 Fulbright Scholar in Egypt and a 2016 Fulbright scholar in Rīga, Latvia.  She has published in The Journal of Dance Education, The Journal of Movement Arts Literacy and is co-author of the book Dance Science and Somatics:  Mind-Body Principles for Teaching and Performance. Brodie was awarded the Kenyon College Trustee Teaching Excellence Award for senior faculty in 2022.