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Megan Hill (she/they) is a Masters student in the Canadian and Indigenous Studies program at Trent University. Her SSHRC-supported thesis project, entitled "Queer Crip Aging Resistances", draws upon arts-based methodologies to explore experiences at the intersection of queerness, disability, and old age. Megan holds an honours degree in Sociology and Native Studies from St. Thomas University (2021), where she wrote an honours thesis about queerness, aging, and embodiment with later life yoga practitioners. She is a teaching assistant in the Gender and Social Justice department at Trent and is working as a research assistant with Pride/Swell+, an arts and activism project with queer youth and elders in Atlantic Canada.
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