Laurence Derouin-Dubuc

Headshot of Laurence Derouin-Dubuc in a black turtle
Postdoctoral Fellow

Laurence D. Dubuc (she/her) is a French-Canadian researcher and cultural worker living and working on the traditional and unceded territory of the Wolastoqey and Mi’kmaq nations also known as Moncton (New Brunswick). She holds a Ph.D from the School of Industrial Relations (Université de Montréal) where she studied precarity regimes in the visual arts and “better work” strategies led by artists and artist-run centres. Her postdoctorate research looks at the potential and limitations of community-engaged research strategies for reimagining and enacting better post-pandemic futures in the Canadian arts sector and beyond, working in partnership with the national arts service organization Mass Culture and UTSC’s Urban Just Transitions Cluster of Scholarly Prominence. Dubuc is also the research and government relations officer at the Association acadienne des artistes professionnel.le.s du Nouveau-Brunswick (AAAPNB) in Moncton.