Miranda Carlson-Strain is an anthropology MA student whose thesis topic is LGBTQ \tattooing in St. John’s. She is interviewing both tattooed and non-tattooed LGBTQ individuals to collect narratives about tattoos as a way to better understand what it means to be LGBTQ in St. John’s. Read more about her and her research here.
Latonia Hartery has a PhD in NL and Arctic archaeology. She is director of the Bird Cove Archaeology Project, Director of Archaeology for Adventure Canada, and President of AARA Inc. Also an entrepreneur, Latonia is an award-winning filmmaker and works created by her company, LJH Films, have been seen in over thirty countries. Read more about her here.
So what are YOU doing on your summer break? Researchers like Canada Research Chair Julia Christensen of the Department of Geography are busier than ever - she's travelled to Yellowknife and Greenland this summer visiting active research projects on Arctic homelessness. Read more about her work in the Gazette.
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