Recent Work

June 4, 2021

HARC Contributor Presents at Canadian Association of Health Humanities Conference

HARC contributor, Darian Goldin Stahl, presented at the Canadian Association of Health Humanities Conference, Creating Space 11, held in April 2021. The presentation covered Darian’s Research Creation Dissertation titled Book as Body: The Meaning-Making of Artists’ Books in the Health Humanities.  Please click on the video below to watch Darion’s full presentation. Amazing work, Darian!

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June 3, 2021

HARC Spring Newsletter

We at HARC have been busy this Spring. Please click on the image below to access a PDF version of our Spring Newsletter which includes project & program updates, achievements, up & coming activities and much more!

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May 13, 2021

Pandemic-proof cancer screening; Using HPV self-screening to put cervix screening into the hands of First Nations and Métis communities in the North

HARC Research Manager, Marion Erickson, presented at a recent session called Pandemic-proof cancer screening; Using HPV self-screening to put cervix screening into the hands of First Nations and Métis communities in the North put on by UBC Learning Circle. During the session, presenters spoke to three HPV self-collection projects currently underway in Northern BC that are working to increase cervical cancer screening which are reducing barriers and supporting community members …

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May 12, 2021

HARC Research Manager Receives BC NEIHR Master’s Scholarship

The Health Arts Research Centre is pleased to announce that HARC Research Manager and UNBC Alumni Marion Erickson is a recipient of the BC Network Environment for Indigenous Health Research (BC NEIHR) Masters Scholarship. Marion’s Research focus is on revitalizing Dakelh midwifery through a Dakelh Doula training curriculum for the purpose of enhancing perinatal health outcomes in a predominately rural Indigenous nation. The BC NEIHR Master’s Scholarship program aims to help …

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May 3, 2021

HARC Contributor Receives Canada Graduate Scholarship Master’s Award

Congratulations to HARC contributor and UNBC Interdisciplinary Studies Master’s student, Katya Korol, for receiving a CIHR-funded, Canada Graduate Scholarship Master’s-level award. Katya’s research focuses on the health-related experiences experiences of those engaging with food sovereignty and Indigenous food sovereignty in colonial northern British Columbia. For more information about Katya’s scholarship, please visit https://www.nserc-crsng.gc.ca/Students-Etudiants/PG-CS/CGSM-BESCM_eng.asp.  

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HARC Contributor and Postdoctoral Researcher Lands Tenure-Track Position

The HARC team would like to congratulate Vanessa Sloan Morgan, HARC team member and postdoctoral researcher, who is leaving us for a tenure-track faculty position at UBC Okanagan. Vanessa’s position is in Political Ecology and Critical Human Geography in UBCO’s Department of Community, Culture, and Global Studies. Congratulations, Vanessa! The HARC team will miss you!

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