Ph.D. Candidate/Teaching Fellow
Ethnic minorities in Canada, immigration, public policy, race, racism, and human rights
Phone: 613-533-6000. Ext. 78796
Office: Watson Hall 128
Office hours: Wednesdays 12:00-2:00
Ph.D. Candidate, Queen's University, 2006 -
M.A., University of Waterloo, Tri-University Graduate Program, 2006.
B.A., Honours History, Political Science (minor), Legal Studies and Criminology (option), University of Waterloo, 2004.
Gosia studies race, public policy and human rights. Her doctoral thesis examines the official recognition of systemic racism in Ontario. Gosia is working under the supervision of Dr. Barrington Walker who is known for his work on Black Canadians and the history of race and immigration in Canada.
History 324: Race and Immigration in North America
"The Tenuous Nature of Multiculturalism in Contemporary Canada." African Caribbean Students' Association (ACSA) Panel on Canadian Immigration Policy, Celebrating Black History Month, Queen's University, 8 February 2011.
"The Recognition of Institutional Racism in Canada." Engaging and Articulating 'Race': Historical Encounters with Race and Racialization. University of Victoria, BC. 18-20 June 2010.
"Maintaining Public Spirit in a Country at War: The Censorship and Suppression of Ukrainian-Canadian Socialists, 1914-1919." 13th Annual New Frontiers History Conference. York University. 19-21 February 2009.
"The Movement for the Revision of the Ontario Human Rights Code, 1975-1981." Fifth Annual Graduate History Symposium, University of Toronto. 6-7 February 2009.
"The Origins of Hate Propaganda Legislation in Canada." Cultures in Contact: 4th Annual Graduate History Symposium. University of Toronto. 8-9 February 2008.
"Responding to Race and Discrimination: Public and Private Enquiries into Ontario's 'Race Crisis', 1975-1984." Department of History Seminar Series. Queen's University. 17 January 2007.