Congratulations to PhD student Tim Covell on two recent publications! Check out Tim’s recently published article in the journal Sexuality & Culture! The title is “To Know Ourselves: Possible Meanings of Canadian Pornography”. Read it at:... More
School of Canadian Studies
The Canadian Studies program at Carleton University encourages new, critical and interdisciplinary ways of exploring Canada and the diverse peoples, places, and practices located within its boundaries and beyond.
Congratulations to Kelly Black, doctoral candidate in the School, for his recent open access publication in The Northern Review (Vol. 40) “Extracting Northern Knowledge: Tracing the History of Post-Secondary Education in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut” Access it online at:... More
Congratulations to doctoral students Kelly Black and Amanda Murphyao. They have just had their paper — “Unsettling Settler Belonging: (Re)naming and Territory Making in the Pacific Northwest Original Articles Unsettling Settler Belonging: (Re)naming and Territory Making in the Pacific... More