Our warmest congratulations to all graduating Cultural Mediations PhD students!
- Dr. Trina Cooper-Bolam, Claiming the Terrible Gift – A Post-TRC Investigation in Praxiological Museology, Supervised by Dr. Ruth Phillips, Nominated for and recipient of a Senate Medal for Outstanding Academic Achievement
- Dr. Konstantinos (Dino) Koutras, Screening Politics: The Egalitarian Film Theory of Jacques Rancière, Supervised by Dr. Marc Furstenau, nominated for a Senate Medal for Outstanding Academic Achievement
- Dr. Matthew Purvis, John Boyle, Greg Curnoe and Joyce Wieland: Erotic Art and English Canadian Nationalism, Supervised by Dr. Brian Foss, Nominated for and recipient of a Senate Medal for Outstanding Academic Achievement
All three 2020 ICSLAC students were nominated for a university medal, with a Senate Medal for Outstanding Academic Achievement awarded to both Dr. Cooper-Bolam and Dr. Purvis. The Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature, Art and Culture takes tremendous pride in their achievements and extends congratulations to their supervisors for their support and mentorship.