INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC RESEARCH
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Summary of Awards
ISER DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS
|Seasonal Taskscapes of the French Migratory Fishery in Northern Newfoundland.|
"Offshore Labourers and Fatherhood: Family Ritual and Play."
ISER POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWHIPS
Resolving Scale Mismatches and Policy Disconnects in the Governance of Coastal Fisheries and Regional Economic Development in Newfoundland.
ISER MASTER FELLOWSHIPS
Exploring Identity and Place in Resource Politics in Mi'kmaw - Non-Aboriginal Communities on the Gander River.
|Changing Relations: A Spatial Analysis of Gendered Artifacts in 18th Century Labrador.|
Caring in Community: The Doula Collective of Newfoundland and Labrador.
ISER RESEARCH GRANTS
Research at 'The Place Where the Wind Blows Everything off the Ground': Maritime Archaic Adaptation at Kamestastin in the Interior of Northern Labrador.
Archaeology, History & English
The Beothuk Story: European and First Nations Narratives of the Beothuk People of Newfoundland.
Architecture as Artifact: Life Stories and Meaning in the Saving of a 19th Century Vernacular Church in Newfoundland.
Putting the Pieces Together: Labrador Inuit Acquisition, Use, Reuse, and Distribution of European Ceramics During the Labrador Communal Sod House Phase.
Identity, Interaction, and Mobility: Newfoundland's Archaic Landscapes.
[a]cross the sea.
|ISER CONFERENCE GRANTS|
By Land or By Sea: Changing Worlds (CNEHA 2012).