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Graham Lea new book

Assistant Prof. Graham Lea describes the book as a call to action to responsibly address the sometimes-difficult transition many soldiers face when returning to civilian life.

New book explores arts-based approaches to mental health care

Assistant Prof. Graham Lea is co-editor of Contact!Unload: Military Veterans, Trauma, and Research-based Theatre, a new book furthering research on arts-based approaches to mental health care.
The book brings to light journeys of contemporary military veterans as they adjust to post-deployment civilian life.
“This book is a call to action to responsibly address the sometimes-difficult transition many soldiers face when returning to civilian life,” Lea says, adding that the book draws its content from the development, performance, and reception of a play of the same title.

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Returning adult education to its roots

This book challenges educators and administrators to rethink their practices and consider barriers to education such as tuition, recruitment and recognition for prior learning experience.

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