AB (HARVARD), MDIV (TORONTO), THM (PRINCETON SEMINARY), EDD (TORONTO)
Bill Randall has been with the Department of Gerontology since 1995. With fellow St. Thomas faculty members such as Gary Kenyon, Elizabeth McKim, Clive Baldwin, and the late Rosemary Clews, he has been active over the years in developing a narrative perspective on human development, particularly in later life - what has come to be called “narrative gerontology”.
With Dolores Furlong, of UNB’s Faculty of Nursing, he was principal co-organizer of the first two interdisciplinary conferences called Narrative Matters, in 2002 and 2004. With the coordinating team of STU’s Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Narrative, he also organized Narrative Matters 2010 and was a member of the organizing committee for Narrative Matters 2012. With Elizabeth McKim, he is co-editor of the online, open-access, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal called Narrative Works: Issues, Investigations, Interventions.
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