2015-2016

INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC RESEARCH
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Summary of Awards
2015-2016
ISER POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS
CONNORS JACKMAN, Michael
Sociology, MUN
ISER Post-Doctoral Fellow (Renewal)
From Dangerous Sexuality to Homonationalsim:  Investigating Changing Attitudes Towards Sexual Minorities in St. John's, Newfoundland, 1969-2016.
ISER MASTER FELLOWSHIPS
BARRETT, Joshua
Archaeology, MUN
MA Candidate
Commuters and Communities:  How Employment Mobility Affects Community Development in Source Communities.
JANKUNIS, Vincent
Archaeology, MUN
MA Candidate
Inside and Out:  The Organizaion of Space at the 18th Centruy Inuit Communal House Site of Double Mer Point, Labrador. 
NEWCOMBE, Simon
Archaeology, MUN
MA Candidate
An Examinaiton of Military Life in 18th Century Newfoundland Using the Archaeological Remains of an Officer's Barracks on Bois Island, Ferryland. 
VENOVCEVS, Anatolijs
Archaeology, MUN
MA Candidate
At Winter Work:  Delineating the Nature and Extent of Newfoundland's European Transhumant Tradition. 
ISER RESEARCH GRANTS
DEAL, Michael
Archaeology, MUN
Professor
Archaeological and Paleoenvironmental Research at the Boswell Site, Nova Scotia. 
DUSSAULT, Frederic
Archaeology, MUN
PhD Candidate
Arachaeo-environmental perspectives on Prehistoric Land-Use:  The Example of Dorset Palaeoeskimo in Newfoundland.
ELLIOTT, Deidre
Archaeology, MUN
MA Candidate
Investigating the Effects of European contact on Inuit-Animal Interactons in Northern Labrador.
FUSCO, Leah
Geography, University of Toronto
PhD Candidate
Oil and Uneven Development in Newfoundland and Labrador. 
HARRIS, Alison
Archaeology, MUN
MA Candidate 
Interactions of Identity Foodways Among Newfoundland's Past Indigenous Cultures. 
HOUSE, Douglas
Sociology, MUN
Honorary Research Professor
Premiers and Devlopement Since Confederation.
JANKUNIS, Vincent
Archaeology, MUN
MA Candidate
Indide and Out:  The Organizaiton of Space at the 18th Century Inuit Communal House Site of Double Mer Point, Labrador.
KORNESKI, Kurt
History, MUN
Assistant Professor
'Planters', 'Indians' and 'Servants':  The Organization of Work and Trade and the Foundations of Social Categories in Hamilton Inlet, Labrador, 1850-1950. 
MORRISON, Adrian
Archaeology, MUN
PhD Candidate
The Archaeology of Polite Society in the Early Eighteenth-Century Cod Fishery.
NEWCOMBE, Simon
Archaeology, MUN
MA Candidate
An Examinaiton of Military Life in 18th Century Newfoundland Using the Archaeological Remains of an Officer's Barracks on Bois Island, Ferryland.
NEWHOOK, Susan
Journalism, University of King's College
Assistant Professor
"A People worth Recognizing":  Stories of the 1967 Fogo Island. 

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