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  1. Sarah de Leeuw is a Canadian writer, researcher, and professor born in 1973. She has authored several publications, including "Unmarked: Landscapes Along Highway 16," "Frontlines: Portraits of Caregivers in Northern British Columbia," "Geographies of a Lover," "Skeena," and "Where it Hurts."

  2. Biography. An award winning researcher and creative writer whose work focuses broadly on marginalized peoples and geographies, Sarah de Leeuw grew up and has spent most of her life in Northern British Columbia, including Haida Gwaii and Terrace. She is the Research Director of the Health Arts Research Centre and teaches in the areas of ...

  3. Sarah de Leeuw, a creative writer and human geographer, is a Professor and Canada Research Chair (Humanities and Health Inequities) with the University of Northern British Columbia’s (UNBC) Northern Medical Program (NMP), the Faculty of Medicine at the University of British Columbia (UBC).

  4. Sarah DE LEEUW, Professor (Associate) | Cited by 1,976 | of University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George | Read 86 publications | Contact Sarah DE LEEUW.

  5. Sarah de Leeuw. Canada Research Chair in Humanities and Health Inequities. Tier 2 - 2018-01-05. University of Northern British Columbia. Canadian Institutes of Health Research. 250-640-6763. deleeuws@unbc.ca. Research involves. Using a multidisciplinary approach in the creative arts and humanities to understand and address health inequities.

  6. Because the present is a time that’s not good enough for far too many. Because it’s time to stop putting off ‘till some imagined future. Because we can all make a little time. Because sometimes all it takes is time. Because we can all make time. And it’s time to make a difference. “Now is always a good time to strive for something ...

  7. Sarah de Leeuw. Author of eight literary books (creative non-fiction and poetry) and co-editor of five academic texts (including Determinants of Indigenous Peoples’ Health in Canada: Beyond the Social and Geopoetics in Practice), Dr. Sarah de Leeuw is an interdisciplinary scholar whose work focuses broadly on colonial violence, marginalized ...