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Darla Fortune, PhD

Assistant Professor, Applied Human Sciences

Office: L-VE 331-04 
Vanier Extension,
7141 Sherbrooke W.
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 2261
Email: darla.fortune@concordia.ca


Courses Taught

Courses taught at Concordia University:

AHSC 444: The Older Adult and Leisure
AHSC 323: Gender and Leisure
AHSC 432: Seminar in Therapeutic Recreation
AHSC 384: Therapeutic Recreation: Cognitive Disabilities and Illnesses
AHSC 383: Therapeutic Recreation and Physical Disabilities
AHSC 381: Concepts in Therapeutic Recreation Programming

Courses previously taught at the University of Waterloo:

REC 640: Community Development, Capacity Building and Leisure
REC 356: Recreation and Community Development
REC 203/SOC 210: Sociology of Sport
REC 420: Program Evaluation in Leisure Services


Publications

GILLIAN SZE is a writer and teacher. She is the author of nine poetry collections, including Peeling Rambutan (Gaspereau Press, 2014), Redrafting Winter (BuschekBooks, 2015), and Panicle (ECW Press, 2017), which were finalists for the QWF's A.M. Klein Prize for Poetry. She has also published creative nonfiction, articles, interviews, and book reviews. More recently, she has started writing for children and has three picture books forthcoming. Sze's work has been supported by the Canada Council of the Arts and the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, and has received awards such as the University of Winnipeg Writers' Circle Prize and the 3Macs carte blanche Prize. She has served as a judge for a number of national and international literary competitions, such as the Montreal International Poetry Prize, the National Magazine Awards, the bpNichol Chapbook Award, and the Malahat Long Poem Prize. She studied Creative Writing and English Literature at Concordia University and received a Ph.D. in Études anglaises from Université de Montréal. Originally from Winnipeg, she now resides in Montreal where she teaches creative writing and literature.

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