Research Director, Dancing at the Crossroads Conflict Transformation Project at the University of British Columbia
Carrie MacLeod integrates the vital life force of movement and dance in education and social action projects around the globe. Her work focuses on peace and reconciliation initiatives in post-war contexts and within refugee resettlement programs in Canada. In Vancouver she is the Coordinator for the Enacting Resilience project at the University of British Columbia. At the European Graduate School she is on the Faculty of the MA Program in Expressive Arts in Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding and is the Director of the International Centre for Arts in Peacebuilding. Her latest co-edited book The Choreography of Resolution – Conflict, Movement and Neuroscience has recently been released by the American Bar Association.