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Robin McCrary

Robin McCrary

Robin McCrary

Pronouns: he & him
Assistant Teaching Professor


Writing Studies, Rhetoric, and Composition
210 HB Crouse Hall
Office: 315.443.9313


Health Humanities [ILM]

Courses Taught

  • Health Humanities Capstone (HUM 445)
  • Selected Topics: Patients, Providers, and Health Humanities (HUM 300)
  • Writing through Health, Wellness, and Illness (WRT 240)
  • Critical Research and Writing (WRT 205)
  • Practices of Academic Writing (WRT 105)
Research Interests

  • Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)
  • Public Health Humanities
  • Graphic Medicine & Graphic Public Health
  • Pathography
  • Migrant & Refugee Health Literacy
  • Public Health Writing

  • Aljabbarin, Nidaa, Donna Bolourchi, Katie Farkouh, Moe Kuroda, Christina Lupone, Robin McCrary, Mugabo Nshimiye, and Andrea Shaw. “Refugee Youth Health Literacy Program: Supporting Refugee Youths as Agents of Change in Community Health.” Health Advocacy through Education: Illuminating Pathways to Progress. 15 January 2024, Health Justice Conference, Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY, USA. Poster Presentation.
  • McCrary, Robin. “Using Graphic Public Health to Teach Learners about Neighborhood & Built Environment.” Graphic Medicine Annual Conference: Encounters and Invitations. Graphic Medicine, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 14 July 2023.
  • McCrary, Robin. “On Black and Indigenous Narrative Medicine in Health Humanities.” Creating Space 13: Advancing a Sustainable Pedagogy of the Health Humanities, Canadian Association for Health Humanities, Québec City, Québec, Canada. 13 April 2023.
  • McCrary, Robin. “Using (Marginalized) Memoir to Teach Social Determinants of Health.” Mobilizing Selves, Transforming Structures: 2023 International Health Humanities Consortium Conference, Case Western Reserve & Lerner Cleveland Clinic. Cleveland, OH, USA. 18 March 2023.

  • American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH)
  • Canadian Association for Health Humanities (CAHH)
  • Health Humanities Consortium (HHC)