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Dr

Sarah E. Truman

Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Affect Theory
Queer Theory
Cultural Studies
Curriculum Studies
Research-Creation
Qualitative Research Methods
English Literary Education
Creative Practice
social sciences
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Dr

Sarah E. Truman

 
Division
Melbourne Graduate School Of Education
 
Primary Interest
English Literary Education
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Dr

Sarah E. Truman

 

Sarah E. Truman's research focuses on English literary education and cultural studies; speculative fiction and STEM imaginaries in texts; and research-creation. Her research is informed by the feminist new materialisms, affect theory, and queer theory.

Dr. Truman is a member of MGSE's Literary Education Lab: www.literaryeducation.org; co-director of WalkingLab, an international research-creation collaboration: www.walkinglab.org. She is one half of the electronic music duo Oblique Curiosities: www.obliquecuriosities.com. Her personal website is: www.sarahetruman.com

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 20 most recent scholarly works by Sarah E. Truman.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2019

Melbourne Graduate School of Education, Strategic Post-Doctoral Research Grant ($50, 000)

Melbourne Graduate School of Education

2017

SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellowship, $81, 000

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Canada

2014

Ontario Graduate Scholarship, $60, 000

Ontario Graduate Scholarship Council

2013

Writer's Reserve Grant ($1, 500)

Ontario Arts Council

2009

Writers' Works in Progress Grant ($12, 000)

Ontario Arts Council

2017

SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow


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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Melbourne Graduate School Of Education

Casual

Melbourne Graduate School Of Education

Member

American Educational Research Association

Teacher Of Secondary English And Intermediate And Secondary First Nations, Metis, And Inuit Studies

Ontario College of Teachers

Qualified Teacher Status (Qts) Secondary English Language And Literature

Welsh Joint Council

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Toronto