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2011-2012

JR SMALLWOOD FOUNDATION
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Summary of Awards
2011-2012 

 SMALLWOOD FOUNDATION RESEARCH GRANTS
ARBOUR, Chelsee
PhD Candidate, MUN
Dept. of Archaeology
Research at 'the place where the wind blows everything off the ground': Maritime Archaic adaptation at Kamestastin in the interior of northern Labrador.
CLAUSNITZER, Arthur PhD Candidate, MUNDept. of Archaeology Quest for Cod: A Comparative Study of the Newfoundland and Gulf of Maine Fisheries, 1600-1763.
CRAIG, David MA Candidate, MUNDept. of Archaeology An Inuit Trail West of Nain, Labrador: Comparing GIS modelling with an Experiential Ground Survey to Identify and Map a Trail System.
DUSSAULT, Frédéric
PhD Candidate, MUN Dept. of Archaeology
Dorset Palaeoeskimo at Phillip's Garden: archaeoentomological perspective of the human built environment and its impact on the landscape.
FAY, Amelia
PhD Candidate, MUN
Dept. of Archaeology
An Extraordinary Woman, An Extraordinary Life: Excavating Mikak's House to explore the status of women, and the effects of colonialism in 18th century Labrador.

 HEWSON, John Professor Emeritus
Dept. of Linguistics, MUN

Language of the Newfoundland Mi'kmaq.
 KORNESKI, Kurt Assistant Professor
Dept. of History, MUN
The History of the Newfoundland Lobster Fishery, 1856-1924.
MATHEWS, Michael
PhD Candidate
Dept. of Folklore, MUN
Cop Talk: The Storytelling and Occupational Folklore of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary
MISZANIEC, Jason
MA Candidate
Dept. of Archaeology, MUN
What "wood" the Dorset do? An analysis of wood use among the Dorset from the Phillip's Garden site, Northwestern Newfoundland.
MOLEMA, Arie
PhD Candidate
Dept. of Anthropology, University of Toronto
Reconciling Memory: Labrador Inuit and the Legacies of Colonialism.
POLACK, Fiona
Assistant Professor
Dept. of English, MUN
"Cold Water Oil: Newfoundland and Labrador Culture and the Offshore".
ROMPKEY, Ronald
University Research Professor
Dept. of English, MUN
Translation of La Grande Péche de la Morue à Terre-Neuve (1901).
TULK, Janice
Senior Research Associate
Shannon School of Business
"Hum on the Humber": Industrialization, Shifting Local Soundscapes, and Expressive Culture in Western Newfoundland.
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