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Brennan Lowery

Brennan Lowery is a transdisciplinary researcher interested in how rural and resource-based communities can craft self-determined sustainability narratives while employing entrepreneurial strategies to enhance well-being. With training at the nexus of traditional disciplinary boundaries (through Memorial University’s interdisciplinary PhD program), such as environmental policy, resource management, human geography, and economics, Brennan is developing an emerging research program on sustainability narratives in rural and resource-based communities and regions. He has recently begun exploring entrepreneurship and innovation in rural regions informed by this storytelling approach, currently in a post-doctoral role with the Marine Biomass Innovation project funded by the New Frontiers in Research Fund. Lowery’s research considers questions such as how more inclusive forms of entrepreneurship and innovation can serve as drivers of socio-economic revitalization in rural coastal communities and how communities can take innovative approaches to interpreting cultural heritage stories while safeguarding the inherent value of traditional knowledge.


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