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Julia Gray

Julia Gray

Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream, Health Humanities Program Liaison, University of Toronto

Professor Julia Gray is a cultural and performance studies scholar, a critical social scientist, and a playwright and theatre director; she is the playwright/director of several research-informed theatre projects. She completed a PhD in Education at OISE and her scholarship focuses on disability, aging, arts and social justice.  She has published and presented across disciplines, including rehabilitation sciences, nursing, public health, education, gerontology as well as in the arts and humanities such as applied literature, and theatre and performance studies. At TforT, Professor Gray will lead a workshop that helps health professions educators understand the transformative potential of the arts and humanities.

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