Ph.D. University of Maine
Julie-Ann Scott-Pollock's scholarship focuses on performance studies, performance ethnography, personal narrative, identity and difference, disability studies, and qualitative research methodology. She teaches courses in performance studies, storytelling, and qualitative research methods.
Dr. Scott-Pollock's research explores personal narratives of embodiment and identity. Projects include personal narrative and performance ethnographic research of physical disability, eating disorders, and aging and memory. She also directs the UNCW Storytellers and Hawk Tale Players.
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