Mary Yu, 2009. The Making of a Creative City: An Analysis of Toronto’s Culture Plan and Cultural Planning in Toronto. Supervisor: Paul Litt.
Candice St. Aubin, 2009. Children’s Rights: Canada’s Commitment to Aboriginal Children. Research Paper. Supervisor: Donna Patrick
Daniel Cadieux, 2009. Linguistic Duality and Endangered Aboriginal Languages: Examining Canadian Language Policy and Discourse. Supervisor: Donna Patrick
Johanna Persohn (100694603),2010. Heritage Consciousness and Economic Development in Two Small Ontario Communities. Supervisor: Paul Litt
Ashley Sisco 2010 (100755794). Becoming a Qallunologist: One Qallunaa’s Journey Remembering Marble Island. Supervisor: Allan Ryan
Briony Taylor, 2009. Ideological Literacy and the Sociocultural Practices of the Ottawa Inuit. Research Paper. Supervisor: Donna Patrick
Victoria Lynn Tenasco-Commando, 2010 (100696221). Debwewin (Truth): A Contribution to Indigenous Scholarship. Supervisor: Allan Ryan
Lesley Vaage, 2009. Progress, Resistance, and Other Social Myths: a feminist exploration of the ironies and ambiguities of online social regulation. Research paper. Supervisor: Virginia Caputo
Sarah Murphy, 2009. Drumming into the Heart of Nova Scotia: An Exploration of Peninsular Culture and Branding. Research Paper. Supervisor: Richard Nimijean and Peter Hodgins
Cindy Gaudet, 2009. “Metis Women and Memory: Learning to Live Beyond the Wounds of History” Research Paper. Supervisor: Eva Mackey
Barbara Clarke, 2009. “Tourism Murals and the Post-Industrial Economy: Off the Wall Articulations of the Local, National and Global in Pembroke’s Millennium Mural”
Research Paper. Supervisor: Peter Hodgins
Allison Whalen, 2009. “Rocking the Divide: Notes on Gender Inequality and the Music Consumer” Research Paper. Supervisor: André Loiselle
Janet Graham, 2009. “Low turnout by Young Voters in Canadian Federal Elections: Problems and Solutions.” Research paper. Supervisor:
Pascale Guindon, 2009. “Dammed: Conceptualizing the Loss of Heritage Along the St. Lawrence River.” Research paper. Supervisor:
Grace C. Irving, 2009. In (search of) Passing: Acts and Narratives at the Limits of Identity and Visibility. Thesis. Supervisors: Pauline Rankin and Patrizia Gentile
Davina Desroches, 2009. Transition, Transformation, Revolution: An Assessment of Open Access Discourse and Practice in Canada. Thesis. Supervisor: Dwayne Winseck
Donald Den, 2009. “The Rise and Fall of Satellite Radio in Canada: An Anatomy of a Failed Business Model” Thesis. Supervisor: Peter Hodgins
Melissa Orr, 2009. AFROCENTRIC SCHOOLS AND THE END OF MULTICULTURALISM. Research Paper. Supervisor: Eva Mackey
Brittney Bos, 2010. The (Re)presentation of Gender History at National Historic Sites. Thesis. Supervisors: Herb Stovel, Patrizia Gentile.
Shannon Fraser, 2010. For the Good of Public (and Profit): The Child-Consumer-Citizen and the Branding of TVO. Research Paper. Supervisor: Prof. Kirsten Kozolanka.
Erin Strachan, 2010. “Listen, Laugh and Learn: Humour’s Disarming Role in Aboriginal Pedagogy”. Research paper. Supervisor: Allan Ryan
Blake MacMillian, 2010. ANT in Westboro: An examination of the applicability of Actor-Network Theory in gentrification studies. Thesis. Supervisor: Pauline Rankin and Herb Stovel
Hai Ha Nguyen, 2010. Fresh for the Weekend. Supervisor: Pauline Rankin. Research Paper
Mallory Whiteduck, 2010. “But it’s our story. Read it.”: Stories My Grandfather Told Me and Writing for Continuance Research Paper. Supervisor: Allan Ryan
Lindsay Steele Snider, 2010. Lifting the curtain: The Effects of Canada and Québec’s Cultural Integration Policies on the Representation of Majority Group Identity and Ethnocultural Groups. Research essay. Supervisor: Anne Trepaniér (readers Danic Paventean-RMC, Eva Mackey)
Peter Gibbon 2010. YES Magazine (1956-70) A History, Assessment and Index Research Essay. Supervisor: Collett Tracey (English), Michael Gnarowski (reader), Peter Hodgins (reader)
Laura Bondy 2009. Painting inside the lines: Canadian war art from the exhibition A Brush with war: Military Art from Korea to Afghanistan and mythology. Research Essay. Supervisor:
Laura Hall, 2010. “Under the Magnifying Glass: The Creative Economy and its Impacts on Canadian Cultural Policymaking” Research Essay. Supervisor: Fran Klodawsky.
Adam Meisner, 2010. Staging Diversity: the Canada Council for the Art’s Equity Office and its Role in Canadian Theatre. Research Essay. Supervisor: André Loiselle
Valerie Bolduc, 2010. From Indians to Canadians of Convenience: A New Site For the Deployment of A “Made in Canada” System of Alterity. Research essay. Supervisor: Eva Mackey. Committee: Elke Winter, Xiaobei Chen.
Amanda Murphy, 2010. “A Brand New, Thrilling, Chilling Adventure!” A Case Study of Heroism, Villainy, and “The North” in Nelvana of the Northern Lights in the Strange Frozen World of Glacia. Research Essay. Supervisor: Andre Loiselle. Readers Paul Litt, Ummni Khan.
Sheila Grantham, 2010. “Surviving Through the Sixties Scoop: Documenting the Lived Experiences of Indigenous Peoples Affected by the Child Welfare System” . Thesis. Supervisor: Adje Van De Sande, Pauline Rankin, examiners—Kate Higginson, Allan Ryan.
Ha Nguyen, 2010. Fresh for the Weekend. Research Essay. Supervisor: Pauline Rankin. Readers: Allan Ryan, Ming Tiampo.
Howard Adler, 2010. “A War without Bombs”: The Government’s Role in Damming and Flooding of Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation. Thesis. Supervisor: Donna Patrick. Examiners: Michel Hogue, Sean Darcy (Co supervisor).
Justin Kwinter, 2011. Tunnel Vision: The Development of the English-Canadian Identity through the application of the Canonical Criteria to Last Night and Highway 61. Research Paper. Supervisor: Andre Loiselle. Examiners: Peter Thompson, Zuzana Pick.
Catherine Rossiter, 2011. Running Head: FOCUS ON CULTURAL HERITAGE. Focus on Cultural Toursim: A direction for policy development in Canada. Supervisor: Paul Litt. Examiners: Richard Nimijean, Leighann Neilson. Research Paper.
Stephen Jarrett, 2011. Cultural Landscape Assessment: Establishing Best Practice. Supervisor: Paul Litt. Examiners: Shawn Graham, Peter Carruthers. Research Paper.
Miranda Dyck, 2011. The Recognition of Indigenous Rights During the Red Power Movement. Supervisor: Donna Patrick, Nahla Abdo. Examiners: Peter Thompson, Radha Jhappan. Chair: Allan Ryan. Thesis.
Kelly Black, 2011. Enacting Settler Property, Advancing Indigenous Dispossession: The Coloniality of Property Relations on Southern Vancouver Island. Supervisor: Eva Mackey. Examiners: Brian Thom, Peter Hodgins. Research Essay.
Dorothy Meness, 2011. Anishinabekweg Anokiwin (Aboriginal Women’s Work). Supervisor: Allan Ryan. Examiners: Donna Patrick, Patricia Reynolds. Research Essay.
Emily Hazlett, 2011. Redefining Excellence: Canadian-ness, Cultural Value and Canada Reads. Supervisor: Catherine Khordoc. Examiners: Patricia Smart, Anne Trepanier. Research Essay
Christienne Uchiyama, 2012. Waste of Place: Heritage Conservation within the context of the Canadian Environment Assessment Act. Supervisor: Paul Litt. Thesis.
Valerie Luchak, 2012. “Representing Unity in the National Capital Region: Quebec through Confederation Boulevard”. Supervisor: Anne Trepaniér. Research Essay.
Danielle Lorenz, 2012. Walking the Noble (Savage) Path: The Didactics of Indigenouse Knowledge (Re)presentation in the Toronto Zoo’s Canadian Domain. Thesis. Supervisor: Anne Trepanier
Lashia Jones, 2012. A Woman’s Place: Seeking and preserving the history of female textile workers in Almonte , Ontario. Research Essay. Supervisors: Joanna Dean, Paul Litt. Examiner: Anne Trepanier
Sophie Beraud, 2012. The Mass Communication of Heritage Media analysis of Canadian Governmental policies and programs. Research essay. Supervisor: Peter Thompson.
Nancy Oakley, 2012. “Take Only Pictures, Leave Only Footprints’: The Cultural Resource Management Practices of Algonquin Provincial Park. Research Essay. Supervisor: Peter Thompson.
Amy Champagne, 2013. Indigenous Pedagogy in Formal Education: Effects on the Learning Experience. Research Essay. Supervisor: Allan Ryan.
Kanatase Horn, 2013. Reconfiguring Assimilation: Understanding the First Nations Property Ownership Act in Historial Context. Thesis . Supervisor: Donna Patrick
Peter Kitay, 2014. An Environmental History of Treaty No. 9 and Lake Abitibi (1886-1919). Research Essay. Supervisor: Daniel MacFarlane
Julie Lalonde, 2014. The Road to Grandma’s House: The Daily Experiences of Economically Disadvantages Elderly Women in Rural and Urban Ottawa. Thesis. Supervisor: Pauline Rankin.
Shari Rutherford, 2014. : “The older the tree, the sweeter the sap” An Exploration of Culinary Heritage Conservation through Maple Products in Canada. Research paper. Supervisor: Peter Hodgins.
Tabitha Armstrong, 2014. Making Politics and Creating Spaces: A Study of the 2012 Québec Student Strikes. Thesis. Supervisor: Peter Hodgins.
Jessica Helps, 2014. Tying the Nations Together from Railroads to Pipelines. Research Essay. Supervisor: Anne Trepanier.
Trina Bolam, 2014. Healing Heritage: New Approaches to Commemorating Canada’s Indian Residential School System. Thesis. Supervisor: Peter Hodgins.
Ryan Lux, 2014. The Numinous Cult(ure)e: Reconciling Québec’s religious heritage for a post-secular age. Thesis. Supervisor: Peter Hodgins.
Ian Mortimer, 2014. The Hybrid Monumental Symbols of Canada’s Warrior Nation Moment. Thesis. Supervisor: Peter Hodgins
Sarah Baker, 2014. “Real, Truth, Seen”: Exploring Gender in Homelessness Discourse through Wood Green Community Services’ Homeward Bound Campaign. Research Essay. Supervisor: Eva Mackey.
Emma Gooch, 2015. Our Story Within: Mapping “Home” in Jane Urquhart’s Sanctuary Line and A Map of Glass. Research paper. Supervisor: Eva Mackey.
Lewis Barnaby, 2015. Gesgulg: Indigeous Cultural Expressions of Resistance and Decolonization in Heavy Metal Music. MRP. Supervisor: Jennifer Adese.
Brittany Collier, 2015. A New Partnership or Collaborative Colonialism? A Case Study of Torngat Mountains National Park. MRP. Supervisor: Peter Hodgins.
Timothy Covell, 2015. Film Classification in Canada and the United States: The Freedom of Government Control. Thesis. Supervisor: André Loiselle.
Cassandra Joyce, 2015. Owning the Podium: the competing priorities of participation and excellence in Canadian federal sport policy. MRP. Supervisor: Paul Litt.
Stephanie Elliott, 2015. In the (Historical) Moment: Applying Theme Park Interactive Techniques in History Museums. MRP. Supervisor: Susan Ross.
Stephanie Kloibhofer, 2015. Questioning Canada – Camera-based Critique of Canadian Identity and Culture. MRP. Supervisor: André Loiselle.
Paula Chinkiwsky, 2015. Re-storying Canada’s Indigenous History Through Digital Storytelling. MRP. Supervisor: David Dean.
Diana Cullen, 2015. A Truth About Stories: Unsettling Settler Ghost Stories Through Active Reflexivity. MRP. Supervisor: Eva Mackey.
Allister Morrison, 2015. Transcending Bureaucracy: A Relational Exploration of Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Perspectives within Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada. MRP. Supervisor: Allan Ryan.
Dustin Schultz, 2015. Ontario’s Far North Act (2010), Land Use Plans, and the Reproduction of Settler-Colonial Relationships in Northern Ontario. MRP. Supervisor: Eva Mackey.