Political science professor Dr. Leah Levac and modern conflict research assistant Jillian Crocker, discussed their anti-poverty initiative “Storied Lives: Shifting Perspectives on Poverty” in a Conversation Canada commentary.
The article appeared in several publications, including the National Post.
Levac is a professor in the Department of Political Science at the College of Social and Applied Social Sciences and the co-lead of the Displacements, Emergence and Change cluster at U of G’s Live Work Well Research Centre. Her research focuses on critical community engaged scholarship and public policy.
Crocker is a research assistant at the Live Work Well Research Centre. Her research interests include life writing and contemporary British and Irish storytelling, along with modern conflict.