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Research and Teaching Positions

Canadian School of Peacebuilding Canadian Mennonite University, Winnipeg, Manitoba Arts Approaches to community-based Peacebuilding 3950.  Co-taught course with Maxine V.H. Matilpi, J.D., LL.M.

 

This course explored peace work and community-based initiatives through art practice.

 

University of British Columbia Housing Justice Research Project- in partnership with the Housing Matters Media Project/community engagement

 

Applied Theatre Research Consultant with Dr. Julie Salverson: Queens University, Kingston Ontario. Using image theatre as research methodology to address contributing factors to gender based violence and coercion and HIV infection within Zulu speaking communities of Sisonke, Kwa Zulu Natal in South Africa. Principal investigators: Dr. R. Jolly, Dr. S. Fergus, and Dr. Alan Jeeves.

 

The Urban Learner Cohort, Centre Cross Faculty Inquiry in Education, Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C. Teaching Assitant with Dr. Karen Meyers, and Dr. Vellani

 

Founding Faculty – Summer Visions Film Institute for Youth

In partnership with Corin Browne and Dr. Stuart Poyntz developed a curricular model of mentoring youth mentorship in digital video production.

Temple Secondary, Vancouver, B.C. www.cinematheque.bc.ca

 

Producer /Media Educator/Youth media Production

Pacific Cinematheque Education Department, Vancouver, B.C. www.cinematheque.bc.ca

 

Artist in Residence Theatre and Education at Queen’s University Kingston, Ontario

 

Instructor: Summer Session – Curriculum Studies 365 “Drama through the Curriculum” Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia.

 

Vancouver School Board Resident Theatre Company, Headlines Theatre

‘Racism and Violence” Forum Theatre Series , Secretary of State funded national tour