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SSHRC IG awarded 2021: This project reconceives of the Jesuit Relations as the result of dialogue instead of the sole labour of dedicated, scholarly priests. It seeks to account for how the Jesuits' Indigenous interlocutors contributed to the texts, and how those contributions were subsequently...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2020: This IDG project probes how contemporary Italian theatre responds to the Mediterranean migration crisis and its political exploitation, challenges the simplistic, populist binary of us/other, and enables migrants to enter the public sphere as worthy interlocutors and...
SSHRC Awarded CG 2021 - The COVID-19 pandemic, in introducing new forms of isolation and exacerbating health and economic disparities, has disproportionately deepened inequities and exclusions in some communities more than others, in the process raising new questions about what kind of society...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2021:This research project will address the issue of unprovenanced manuscripts by examining a collective of North American and European institutions involved in the papyrus trade of the early 1900s – the British Papyrus Syndicate. In order to better understand the history,...
SSHRC IG awarded 2022: Videogames offer tremendous potential for more meaningful interactions with music and sound, but in most cases, the role that sound and music plays is subservient to the story or game world, rather than being a point of exploration in and of itself. What if composers...
This research focuses on the voiced interdental fricative /ð/ and the voiceless interdental fricative /θ/. In casual speech, many sounds are changed through reduction. In the case of fricatives, they are often reduced to stop-like fricatives. This research focused on the variations of /ð/ and /θ/...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2021: This project seeks to investigate how are the people who live in the many still-segregated communities of Northern Ireland encountering and performing peace and trust, and outside of the statesponsored approach to peacebuilding, in what other ways are peaceful relations...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2022: Singing is in a vulnerable state as a result of the pandemic. Given the immense benefits that singing affords children on developmental physical, cognitive, emotional, social, and spiritual levels, a world without singing will also impact the general health and wellbeing...