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Tell Me a Story: Storytelling across the Disciplines


March 24, 2016

4:30 - 7:00PM

Room 2.260 EV Building

1515 Ste. Catherine St. West (Guy St. entrance)

Every researcher has at least one great story to tell about something that happened during the process of research and discovery. And storytelling and narrative structures are also integral to the way research is pursued and made meaningful to experts and the wider community. This BEYOND DISCIPLINES event brings together researchers from across the Faculty of Arts and Science to share their real life stories of research adventure, and to reflect upon how storytelling is integral to work they pursue.


Dr. Jason Camlot, Department of English


Dr. Rosemary Collard, Department of Geography, Planning, and Environment

Dr. Kristen Dunfield, Department of Psychology

Dr. Elizabeth Miller, Department of Communication Studies

Dr. Josip Novakovich, Department of English

Dr. Jim Pfaus, Department of Psychology

Dr. Ronald Rudin, Department of History

And musician and author David Usher (Let the Elephants Run, Unlocking Your Creativity)

Reception to follow.

This event is free and open to the public.

Space is limited, RSVP required: RSVP.fas@concordia.ca

Faculty of Arts and Science


Concordia University