Buchanan Tower (BuTo) 603

Dr. Sarah Crover completed her PhD in English at UBC in 2015. Her dissertation, “Stage and Street: The Cultural History of the Early Modern Thames,” explores the history and impact of Thames water pageantry on London theatre culture and civic identity. Her interests include early modern English drama, riparian studies and ecocriticism. Her current research project on London Watermen and Frost Fairs is being funded by the Early Modern Conversions project and the Society for Theatre Research, UK. Dr. Crover has taught composition and writing across the disciplines at several post secondary institutions. Her WRDS 150 courses, which focus upon environmental sustainability across the disciplines, bring her work in ecocritical studies together with her experience teaching writing across the disciplines.Dr. Sarah Crover completed her PhD in English at UBC in 2015. Her dissertation, “Stage and Street: The Cultural History of the Early Modern Thames,” explores the history and impact of Thames water pageantry on London theatre culture and civic identity. Her interests include early modern English drama, riparian studies and ecocriticism. Her current research project on London Watermen and Frost Fairs is being funded by the Early Modern Conversions project and the Society for Theatre Research, UK. Dr. Crover has taught composition and writing across the disciplines at several post secondary institutions. Her WRDS 150 courses, which focus upon environmental sustainability across the disciplines, bring her work in ecocritical studies together with her experience teaching writing across the disciplines.