Bryn Ludlow is a PhD candidate in the York and Ryerson Joint Graduate Program in Communication and Culture. She completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts at OCAD University in Integrated Media (2010), and a Master of Arts at McMaster University in Health & Aging (2012). Bryn’s dissertation research involves an analysis of interdisciplinary audience perspectives on digital stories by adopted youth, and youth in foster care in Canada. This work is a partnership with the Adoption Council of Canada, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), York University, and Ryerson University. Continue reading

 

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CV

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Areas of Expertise          

Affect theory, Audience Theory, Body Mapping Research, Communication & Cultural Studies, Digital Media & Installation Art, Digital Storytelling, Equity & Diversity Outreach, Grounded Theory, Health Communication, Knowledge Translation & Mobilization


Education

2019 Expected, Ph.D.  Communication and Culture, York University, Toronto, ON. Dissertation: Interdisciplinary audience perspectives on digital stories by adopted youth, and youth in foster care in Canada

2012   M.A.   Health & Aging, McMaster University

2010   B.F.A.   Integrated Media, OCAD University

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