The Research Creation group brings together researchers and artists at UBC and beyond to explore the intersection of the arts and scholarship in the study of migration.
We believe that research can and should use creative forms to better understand the dynamics and implications of migration in a settler colonial state.
Research Group Members
- Erin Goheen Glanville
- Anne Murphy
- George Belliveau
- Gabriele Dumpys Woolever
- Lois Klassen
- Peter Klein
- Geraldine Pratt
- Y-Dang Troeung
To learn more about the group, including how to get more involved and join, please contact the Group Coordinators, Erin Goheen Glanville and Anne Murphy.
Our research is interdisciplinary in focus and includes various Research Creation topics and methods including:
- Digital and Media Studies
- Research Creation and interpretative Arts
- Community-Engaged Research
- Narratives and Politics of Belonging
Call for Proposals: Small Grants for Faculty-Graduate Student Research Collaborations
The UBC Centre for Migration Studies is pleased to announce a new grant initiative that will support migration and mobility research collaborations between faculty and graduate student affiliates.