Department of Geography
I am a SSHRC postdoctoral research fellow interested in the changing goals of environmental remediation in northern Canada. In 2013 I completed my PhD at the University of Stirling's Centre for Environment, Heritage, and Policy. Last year I conducted research funded by Resources and Sustainable Development in the Arctic on the remediation of northern mines.
Selected Academic Publications:
“The Evolution of Parliamentary Privilege and Security on Canada’s Parliament Hill.” Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law IX, no. 3 (2016), 7-20.
“Northern Reclamation in Canada: Policy and Practice for New and Legacy Mines.” Northern Review 41 (2015): 73-112.
“Dikes, Ducks, and Dams: Reclamation, Politics, and Environmental Change at Creston Flats, 1882-2014.” BC Studies 184 (Winter 2015): 11-44.
“Negotiating Public Space on Canada’s Parliament Hill: Security, Protests, Parliamentary Privilege, and Public Access.” Journal of Canadian Studies 48, no. 2 (Spring 2014): 169-197.
Selected Online Publications:
Northern Mine Reclamation in Canada: A Primer. 10 Nov. 2015. Available for download.
“An Unexpected Environmental History of Creston Flats.”The Otter. 20 Apr. 2015.
“Why You Should Care About Parliamentary Privilege and Hill Security.”National NewsWatch. 12 Feb. 2015.