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Awards

Awards Available from the Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies for registered PhD students:

Research and Conference Grant
Available for registered students in the PhD program to support research initiatives and conference participation throughout the year.  Eligible expenses include airfare, hotel accommodations, transportation, conference registration as well as materials/supplies for research projects.  Funding is available annually, up to a maximum of $500, between September and August of each year.

Application: Students can apply at any time.  Students must complete an application form that will be reviewed and approved by the Director and Associate Director (Graduate).  Click HERE for the application form (PDF Version)

The Arthur Lindsay Fernie Research Fellowship
The Arthur Lindsay Fernie Research Fellowship may be awarded to three students annually up to a value of $2000 each. The purpose of this fellowship is primarily to assist doctoral candidates in conducting thesis-related research in Europe. In exceptional cases, other non-North American destinations may be considered. A letter of application with a budget attached should be submitted (at any time during the year) to the Director of the Centre.

Application: Please submit a letter of application with a CV and a budget.
 Applications will be reviewed by the awards committee (Prof. Antje Budde, Prof. Jill Carter and Prof. Tamara Trojanowska). Submit your applications to samiha.chowdhury@utoronto.ca by March 31, 2017. Applicants will be informed about results no later than April 15, 2017.

The Lise-Lone Marker Fellowship in Theatre History
In the value of up to $4000, the Lise-Lone Marker Fellowship in Theatre History is awarded annually to a PhD student(s) who is actively pursuing primary doctoral research in the field of Theatre History. This fellowship will be awarded to a PhD student in the Centre for Drama, Theatre, and Performance Studies who is actively engaged in the collecting and study of primary source documents related to his or her work in the field of Theatre History. The award may be used to defray travel and related expenses incurred in this connection. The fellowship is open to both domestic and international students. It is awarded on the basis of demonstrated academic excellence.

Application: Please submit a letter of application with a CV and a budget.
 Applications will be reviewed by the awards committee (Prof. Antje Budde, Prof. Jill Carter and Prof. Tamara Trojanowska). Submit your applications to samiha.chowdhury@utoronto.ca by March 31, 2017. Applicants will be informed about results no later than April 15, 2017.

The David Parry Memorial Scholarship
In the value of $250, the David Parry Memorial Scholarship may be awarded annually to a graduate (or undergraduate) student of the University of Toronto who demonstrates excellence in exploring the connections between scholarship and theatrical performance in the field of early drama (i.e. drama before 1642). Dr. David Parry was a graduate of the Centre’s doctoral program whose interest and expertise lay in the field of Medieval and English Renaissance Drama. From 1975 to 1986, he was Artistic Director and Chief Administrator of the Poculi Ludique Societas (PLS). He was also a talented actor and experienced stage director. The award is adjudicated by the Director of the Centre and two members of the PLS board.
The most recent recipient of this award was: Dr. Aida Jordão.

The Clifford Leech Prize
Friends and colleagues of Professor Clifford Leech have established a prize of $200 to be awarded annually for an outstanding Ph.D. thesis on a dramatic topic completed at either the Department of English or the Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies. Accordingly, the prize is adjudicated by a joint committee, to which faculty members (especially supervisors of dissertations defended successfully within the past year) may put forward nominations.
The most recent Centre recipient of this prize was: Dr. Heather Fitzsimmons Frey.

The Saddlemyer/ Parker Award
Established upon the retirements, in 1995, of Professors Ann Saddlemyer and Brian Parker, this award is in the value of $150 and is given annually by the Graduate Drama Centre Student Executive to a student for outstanding contribution to the various aspects of Centre life–academic, theatrical, and social. Professors Saddlemyer and Parker both served terms as Director of the Centre. In addition to teaching, thesis supervision, service on committees and journals, as well as their own research, they found time to participate in many Centre productions. Nominations for the award are solicited by the Student Executive toward the end of the spring term.
The recipient in 2014 was: Johanna Lawrie.

Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies Alumni Dissertation Award
This new award is given annually to celebrate the best dissertation completed by a PhD candidate at the Centre in an academic year. An  honorarium will be awarded to the recipient. The inaugural winners for 2009/2010 were: Dr. Jill Carter and Dr. Graham Wolfe.

Recipients

2013

Dr. Michelle MacArthur “Re-viewing Reception: Criticism of Feminist Theatre in Montreal and Toronto, 1976 to the Present.” [N. Copeland]

2012

Dr. Alysse Rich “Re-configuring the Chorus: Adaptations of the Greek Tragic Chorus since WWII.” [M. Revermann]

2011

Dr. Keren Zaiontz “The Stagehands of Subversive Spaces: Site-specific Performance and Audience Labour. ” [N. Copeland]

2010

Dr. Jill Carter “Repairing the Web: Spiderwoman’s Children Staging the New Human Being.” [P. Sperdakos]

2009

Dr. Graham Wolfe “Encounters with the Real: A Žižekian Approach to the Sublime and the Fantastic in Contemporary Drama.” [B. Barton]


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