ISER Fellows

ISER Fellows - 2016

ALLEN, Sharmane, Geography, MUN
PhD Candidate
"For Sale: One fishing enterprise including boat, gear, license and quota" mapping the Conceptual, Performative, and Performed Nature of Property Rights in the Commercial Fisheries of the Coast of Bays Region of Newfoundland.

BACHINGER, Jacob, English, MUN
PhD Candidate
"Cold Pastoral": An Ecocritical Reading of Exploration and Travel Narratives of the Labrador Interior, 1849-1942

LACY, Robin, Archaeology, MUN
MA Candidate Here lieth interr'd: An examination of the 17th century burial landscape of coastal British North America.

MOONEY, Taylor, Sociology, MUN
MA Candidate
Barriers to Post-Release Employment Reintegration of Former Prisoners.

MORRISON, Adrian, Archaeology, MUN
PhD Candidate
An Archaeology of Fishermen's Lifeways in Eighteenth-Century Canso, Nova Scotia.

PLANN, Joonas, Anthropology, MUN
PhD Candidate
Experience of Climate Change in Newfoundland's Coastal Fisheries

POST, Andrew, History, MUN
MA Candidate
"Newfoundland, Reeveland: The Unacknowledged Politics of Newfoundland Nationalism's Accidental Founding Father, 1791-96".

SANGUINETTI, Tomas, Geography, MUN
MA Candidate
Livability for all? Equity in Accessibility to Urban Amenities in Mid-Size Urban Agglomerations in Canada. The Case of St. John's and Halifax, 2010-2016.

SHEPPARD, Amy, Gender Studies, MUN
MA Candidate
A Delicate Dance: Using dance with women to explore experiences of their body while incarcerated at the Newfoundland and Labrador Correctional Centre for Women.

SHERRET, Kayley, Archaeology, MUN
MA Candidate
The Inuit of Snooks Cove: An Analysis of Changing Lifeways in Groswater Bay.

TAPPER, Bryn, Archaeology, MUN
PhD Candidate
Rock art landscapes of the Canadian Maritimes.

WALLEY, Meghan, Archeology, MUN
MA Candidate
Queering the Angakok: an archaeological investigation of non-binary gender among pre-contact Inuit

WHITAKER, Robin, Anthropology, MUN
Associate Professor
Making the Most of Medical Abortion in Newfoundland and Labrador: Exploratory Research.

 

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