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Summer 2008: Website Lexicon Developer

Concordia University

In 2008, Sorouja Moll completed her master's at the University of Guelph in the School of English and Theatre Studies. She is continuing her studies in the PhD program at Concordia University (Montreal) where she is a recipient of the Concordia Fellowship in the Humanities. Her work has been profiled on CBC Radio and published in The Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Carousel Literary Journal, and Today's Parent.

Sorouja’s academic publications include her research writing for the Canadian Adaptations of Shakespeare Project (CASP) website at the University of Guelph. She co-created and co-produced a video documentary concerning Shakespearean adaptations in Canada.

In 2007, she presented her play girlswork which had multiple showings including the Festival of Original Theatre (FOOT) at the University of Toronto. She received first prize in the Eden Mills Writers’ Festival Literary Contest and she was a finalist in the Writers' Union of Canada Postcard Story competition.

Sorouja has also participated in spoken word performances at the Hillside Festival, Eden Mills Writers' Festival, and other regional events.

Listening itself, an improvisative act engaged in by everyone, announces a practice of active engagement with the world, where we sift, interpret, store and forget, in parallel with action and fundamentally articulated with it ("Mobilitas Animi" 113).

– George E. Lewis