Christopher-Rasheem McMillan received his BA from Hampshire College and his MFA in experimental choreography from the Laban Conservatoire (London). He received his PhD in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at King’s College (London). McMillan’s diverse work includes live performance and performance for camera, as well as film and photographic works. McMillan’s performance works have been seen at venues such as the Bates Dance Festival of Bates College (ME), Providence International Arts Festival, The Dance Complex (Cambridge, MA), and Green Street Studios (Cambridge, MA), and in performance platforms such as the 2011 participatory event Beyond Text (London). He was a Five College Fellow and the recipient of the McGreggor-Girand Dissertation Fellowship. McMillan's work has been published in The Journal of Dance, Movement & Spiritualities, Kinebago, and Choreography.net. McMillan is an assistant professor in Assistant Professor of Dance and Gender, Women's & Sexuality Studies at the University of Iowa.

Learn more about McMillan's Fellowship in the interview below.

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Former Fellow
2016 to 2017