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2006-2007

INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC RESEARCH
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Summary of Awards
Winter 2006-2007 Competition
NAME
TITLE OF PROJECT
ISER POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP
KORNESKI, Kurt J.
Dept. of History
University of Manitoba
 
Ambiguities of Citizenship and Nationalism in Newfoundland and Canada, in the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries
ISER DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP
LAMBERT, Carolyn
Dept. of History, MUN
 
Irish Catholic Identities in St. John’s, 1840-90
ISER MASTER FELLOWSHIP
FAY, Amelia
Archaeology Unit, MUN
 
Community Archaeology Integrating Traditional and Archaeological Knowledge in Nain, Labrador
NEWSTEAD, Sarah
Archaeology Unit, MUN
 
Merida Ware in Newfoundland
OXFORD, Will
Dept. of Linguistics, MUN
 
Investigating the Grammar of Innu-Aimun Particles
SWINARTON, Lindsay
Archaeology Unit, MUN
 
The Ideology of the Labrador Thule through Faunal Remains and Animal Representations
ISER CONFERENCE GRANT
POCIUS, Gerald
Dept. of Folklore, MUN
Co-Investigators:
DICK, Jerry
Assoc. of Heritage Industries & BRADLEY, David
Maritime History Arch., MUN
 
The Living Heritage of Newfoundland and Labrador:  New Directions for Policy and Research
ISER RESEARCH GRANT
CHILDS, Becky
Dept. of Linguistics, MUN
 
Isolation, Contact and Speaker Attitudes:   Sociophonetic Differences in Three Avalon Peninsula Communities
HOLLETT, Calvin
Dept. of  History, MUN
 
The Growth of Methodism in Newfoundland, 1815-1874
NEILSEN, Scott
Dept. of Anthropology, MUN
 
Archaeology Beyond the Horizon:  Pre-Contact Land Tenure in Labrador West
RANKIN, Lisa
Archaeology Unit, MUN
 
Interpreting Pre-Dorset Colonization Strategies in Northern Labrador
SLUMKOSKI, Cory
Dept. of History
University of New Brunswick
 
The Maritimes and Newfoundland and Labrador’s Entry into Canadian Confederation
SWAIN, Erin
Dept. of Linguistics, MUN
 
The Acquisition of Stress in Northern East Cree
TULK, Janice
School of Music, MUN
 
Mi’Kmaq Music in Newfoundland:  Cultural Exchange Between Big Cove, NB and Conne River, NL


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