Erin Goheen Glanville

Sessional Lecturer

About

Dr. Erin Goheen Glanville is a sessional instructor in the Coordinated Arts Program and English Department at UBC. Dr Glanville studies narratives in interdisciplinary refugee studies, with a particular focus on refugee claimants and migrant detainees. Her community-engaged research develops a cultural refugee studies approach to narrative media making and pedagogy. She is part of a two-year, international research project funded by the British Academy, “Hostile Environments: Policies, Stories, Responses,” and participates in the Narratives of Belonging and Research Creation working groups at UBC’s Centre for Migration Studies. From 2017-2019, Glanville held a Social Sciences and Humanities Council Postdoctoral Fellowship in the School of Communication at Simon Fraser University, “Digital Storytelling as a Method for Critical Dialogue on Refugees in Canada.” One of the project’s outputs, Borderstory, a 24-minute multimedia documentary, is available online for use in classrooms. Glanville is the editor of Countering Displacements: The Creativity and Resilience of Indigenous and Refugee-ed Peoples (U Alberta Press, 2012). Other publications include: “An Intermedial Pedagogy for Sensing Communities of Shared Fate at the Border” (Intermedialities 2020), “Refracting Exoticism in Video Representations of the Victim-Refugee” (Crossings 2018), “R2P and the Novel: The Trope of the Abandoned Refugee Child” (GR2P 2018), and “Rerouting Diaspora Theory with Canadian Refugee Fiction” (Routledge 2009). Dr Glanville also serves on the Board of Directors for Kinbrace Community Society.


Erin Goheen Glanville

Sessional Lecturer

Dr. Erin Goheen Glanville is a sessional instructor in the Coordinated Arts Program and English Department at UBC. Dr Glanville studies narratives in interdisciplinary refugee studies, with a particular focus on refugee claimants and migrant detainees. Her community-engaged research develops a cultural refugee studies approach to narrative media making and pedagogy. She is part of a two-year, international research project funded by the British Academy, “Hostile Environments: Policies, Stories, Responses,” and participates in the Narratives of Belonging and Research Creation working groups at UBC's Centre for Migration Studies. From 2017-2019, Glanville held a Social Sciences and Humanities Council Postdoctoral Fellowship in the School of Communication at Simon Fraser University, “Digital Storytelling as a Method for Critical Dialogue on Refugees in Canada.” One of the project's outputs, Borderstory, a 24-minute multimedia documentary, is available online for use in classrooms. Glanville is the editor of Countering Displacements: The Creativity and Resilience of Indigenous and Refugee-ed Peoples (U Alberta Press, 2012). Other publications include: “An Intermedial Pedagogy for Sensing Communities of Shared Fate at the Border” (Intermedialities 2020), “Refracting Exoticism in Video Representations of the Victim-Refugee” (Crossings 2018), “R2P and the Novel: The Trope of the Abandoned Refugee Child” (GR2P 2018), and “Rerouting Diaspora Theory with Canadian Refugee Fiction” (Routledge 2009). Dr Glanville also serves on the Board of Directors for Kinbrace Community Society.

Erin Goheen Glanville

Sessional Lecturer

Dr. Erin Goheen Glanville is a sessional instructor in the Coordinated Arts Program and English Department at UBC. Dr Glanville studies narratives in interdisciplinary refugee studies, with a particular focus on refugee claimants and migrant detainees. Her community-engaged research develops a cultural refugee studies approach to narrative media making and pedagogy. She is part of a two-year, international research project funded by the British Academy, “Hostile Environments: Policies, Stories, Responses,” and participates in the Narratives of Belonging and Research Creation working groups at UBC's Centre for Migration Studies. From 2017-2019, Glanville held a Social Sciences and Humanities Council Postdoctoral Fellowship in the School of Communication at Simon Fraser University, “Digital Storytelling as a Method for Critical Dialogue on Refugees in Canada.” One of the project's outputs, Borderstory, a 24-minute multimedia documentary, is available online for use in classrooms. Glanville is the editor of Countering Displacements: The Creativity and Resilience of Indigenous and Refugee-ed Peoples (U Alberta Press, 2012). Other publications include: “An Intermedial Pedagogy for Sensing Communities of Shared Fate at the Border” (Intermedialities 2020), “Refracting Exoticism in Video Representations of the Victim-Refugee” (Crossings 2018), “R2P and the Novel: The Trope of the Abandoned Refugee Child” (GR2P 2018), and “Rerouting Diaspora Theory with Canadian Refugee Fiction” (Routledge 2009). Dr Glanville also serves on the Board of Directors for Kinbrace Community Society.