Dr. Roewan Crowe
Co-investigaor - University of Winnipeg
Interdisciplinary artist, writer, curator and teacher Roewan Crowe is energized by acts of disruption, radical transformation and the tactical deployment of self-reflexivity. Born under the big skies of Saskatchewan and raised in scofflaw Alberta, Crowe left the prairies to deepen her engagement with art and feminism, and to do graduate studies in community psychology and arts-based research at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. After completing her doctoral studies, a return to the prairies inspired art and writing centered on queer feminist reclamation practices that ask questions about the land, whiteness and queer settler identities. Roewan Crowe is an Associate Professor in the Women’s and Gender Studies Department at the University of Winnipeg and Co-Director of The Institute for Women’s & Gender Studies.