2013-2014

INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC RESEARCH
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Summary of Awards
2013-2014 Competition

ISER POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS
CROMPTON, Amanda
Archaeology, MUN
Visiting Assistant Professor
Habitants on the Chapeau Rouge:  Documentary, Cartographic, and Archaeological Explorations of French Residence on Newfoundland's Burin Peninsula.
ISER MASTER FELLOWSHIPS
HAMILTON, Tyrone
Archaeology, MUN
MA Candidate
Inuit, Iron & Ions:  The Significance of Basque Iron to the Inuit of Early Contact Period Labrador.
HEYES, Erin
Anthropology, MUN
MA Candidate
Becoming Qalipu.
SANO, Yujiro
Sociology, MUN
MA Candidate
The Unpopular Destinations:  Successful Economic Integration of Immigrants and Their Children in the Atlantic Provinces of Canada.
SKEARD, Janelle
Geography, MUN
MA Candidate
The Construction of Identities in a Mining Town:  Implications for Sustainable Community and Regional Development.
ISER RESEARCH GRANTS
CRAIG, David
Archaeology, MUN
MA Candidate
Inuit Trails:  GIS Modelling and Experiential Ground Survey to Identity an Inuit Trail in Saglek Bay, Labrador.
CROMPTON, Amanda
Archaeology, MUN
Visiting Assistant Professor
Habitants on the Chapeau Rouge: Documentary, Cartographic, and Archaeological Explorations of French Residence on Newfoundland's Burin Peninsula.
COOMBS-THORNE, Heidi
History Dept., MUN
Post-Doctoral Fellow
The Grenfell Mission and the Inuit-Metis of Southern Labrador, 1892-1981.
DOBROTA, Therese
Archaeology, MUN
MA Candidate
Micropmorphology at an 18th Century Inuit Summer Camp:  Huntingdon Island 5 (FkBg-5), South Labrador.
DUSSAULT, Frederic
Archaeology, MUN
PhD Candidate
Dorset Palaeoeskimo at Phillip's Garden and Stock Cove.  Archaeoentomological perspective of the human build environment and its impact on the landscape.
HAMILTON, Tyrone
Archaeology, MUN
MA Candidate
Inuit, Iron & Ions: The Significance of Basque Iron to the Inuit of Early Contact Period Labrador.
HEYES, Erin
Anthropology, MUN
MA Candidate
Becoming Qalipu.
MISZANIEC, Jason
Archaeology, MUN
MA Candidate
What "wood" the Dorset do?  An analysis of wood use among the Dorset fromt the Phillip's garden site, Northwestern Newfoundland.
MOLEMA, Arie
Dept. of Anthropology, University of Toronto
PhD Candidate
At the Margins of Memory:  Labrador Inuit and the Legacies of Colonialism.
RALPH, Rebecca
Religous Studies, MUN
MA Candidate
Community and the Colonial Church:  An Examination of the Church of England's Contribution to Community Development in Southern Labrador.
TAPPER, Bryn
Archaeology, MUN
MA Candidate
Give a Wide Berth:  Maritime Cultural Landscapes of the Petit Nord, Newfoundland, 1500-1904.
WHITRIDGE, Peter
Archaeology, MUN
Associate Professor
The Archaeology of Inuit Trail Use in Northern Labrador. 
ISER CONFERENCE GRANT
JAMIESON, Scott
French & Spanish, MUN
Associate Professor
"The French Presence in Newfoundland Past, Present & Future".

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