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Summer/Fall 2009: Copy Editor, Critical Studies in Improvisation/√Čtudes critiques en improvisation

University of Guelph

Cory Lavender is a PhD student in English at the University of Guelph. His research looks at the Black Loyalists of Nova Scotia towards the end of the eighteenth century. His focus is on the environmental racism that they suffered and how they utilized the Nova Scotian landscape as a platform upon which to resist racial injustice.

If people talked the way they drummed in improvisation, then I think the world would be a lot nicer…

– Youth participant, ICASP improvisation workshop