Cultural Studies

Cultural Studies

Interdisciplinary Graduate Program

Cultural Studies

Interdisciplinary Graduate Program

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November 2016 Graduation Ceremony

On Thursday November 17, 2016, thirteen students graduate from Cultural Studies: four from the PhD program and nine from the MA program. Congratulations to students for their hard work and achievement, and thanks to the supervisors for helping the students reach their goals!

PhD Graduates

Name Supervisor Thesis/Project
Ian Cuthbertson James Miller Everyday Enchantments: Mapping Invisible Appeals to the Supernatural in Montreal
Lisa Figge Gary Kibbins Becoming Puppet: Re Embodying Disability in Creative Practice
Meaghan Frauts Dia Da Costa Women's Cultural Labour in Kingston, Jamaica
Lara Fullenwieder Dylan Robinson & Carla Taunton Unsettling Histories: Representation and Indigenous Creative Art Praxis in Official Indian Residential School Redress
 

MA Graduates

Name Supervisor Thesis/Project
Kala Bechard Jill Scott Decolonizing Pedagogies: Interrupting the Settler Colonial Narrative of Landownership in Ontario Social Science and History Curriculum and Native Studies Curriculum
Bronwyn Jaques Jeff Brison “Serve Canada with Men like These”: Masculinity, “Peacekeeping,” and National Identity in Cold War Canada, 1956-1959
Junyu Ke James Miller Towards an Ecological Pedagogy: Body Movement for Ecological Consciousness
Nicole MacDougall Jane Tolmie Understanding Online Abuse: An Analysis of Online Abuse Against Women Content Creators
Carina Magazzeni Dylan Robinson (Re)imagining Relationality: Brad Isaacs and The Map of the Empire
Stéfy McKight David Murakami Wood Organic Surveillance: Privacy and Myth in the Rural
Andrew Rabyniuk Sarah Smith & Janice Helland Knot/Knotting Practice in Craft and Space
Dalia Thamin Susan Lord #DressCodePM & re-Framing the Niqab:  News sources, Hashtag activism, Media Representation
Shalon Webber-Heffernan Clive Robertson Performing Pedagogies and Exploring Embodied Knowledge as Curatorial Investigation