ISER (The Institute for Social
and Economic Research) has announced the following awards
for winter 2003:
ISER Post-Doctoral Fellowship to Willeen Keough (renewal)
for a comparative study of gender, ethnicity, and identity
in Irish communities of the southern Avalon and Conception
Bay, NF, in the 18th and 19th centuries. Fellowship $35,028;
Research Grant $3,360.
ISER Doctoral Fellowship to Barry Gaulton (renewal), Archaeology,
MUN; The archaeology of gentry life in 17th-century Ferryland,
Newfoundland. Fellowship $17,700. Kristin Harris, Folklore,
MUN; Teaching, Learning and Performing Vernacular Dance in
St. John’s, NL. Fellowship $17,700; Research Grant $850.
Anne Lafferty, Folklore, MUN; Gender Differences in Funeral
Mourning Practices in St. John’s and the Outports during
the 20th Century. Fellowship $17,700.
ISER Master Fellowship
Jennifer Campbell, Archaeology, MUN; The Huron Confederacy
of South Central Ontario: Subsistence Strategies as Indicators
of Change during the Pre, Proto and Historic Periods. Fellowship
$10,000; Research Grant $2,803.
ISER Research Grants
Michael Deal, Anthropology, MUN; Scots Bays Archaeological
Latonia Hartery, Archaeology, University of Calgary; Bird
Cove Archaeology Project 2003. $5,000.
Philip Hiscock, Folklore, MUN; Mark Walker (1846-1924): Regional
iconicity and oral history. $3,634.
Havala Osdoba, Folklore, MUN; (re) Settling Cartwright: Community,
Continuity, and Change on Labrador’s Sandwich Bay. $3,095.
Peter Pope, Anthropology, MUN; Dartmouth’s Interest
in 17th-Century St. John’s. $3,745.
Kendra Wheatley, Archaeology, MUN; Investigating Different
Groswater Places: The Function and Seasonality of the Party
Site (EeBi-30), a Groswater Paleoeskimo Site in Port au Choix,
Peter Whitridge, Archaeology, MUN; The Social Construction
of Nature on a Thule Inuit Frontier. $7,400.