Julia Lane

Writing Services Coordinator
Simon Fraser University
Participates in 1 Session

Julia (she/her/hers) is a queer, vegan, feminist. She is also a white settler who lives, mothers, writes, and teaches on unceded Coast Salish territories. She holds a PhD in Arts Education from Simon Fraser University and her dissertation is about the application of a theatrical clowning practice to scholarship, specifically researching, teaching, and writing. Her master’s degree is from Trent University’s Canadian Studies and Indigenous Studies program and her M.A. thesis focused on environmental education. She completed her undergraduate studies at York University in the theatre department, specializing in theatre creation and performance. Julia is currently a Writing Services Coordinator with the Student Learning Commons, a position she took up after 2.5 years as a Writing Services Associate with the SLC.  Julia's work focuses on undergraduate writing workshopsWrite Away, the annual SLC writing contest, and the SLC blog, In Common. She invites students, faculty members, and staff from across the university to get in touch with her when they are looking to access, create, or improve undergraduate writing supports.

Sessions in which Julia Lane participates