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  • 2021-01-01

    Rolfson, Terri

    I am researching female laundry labour and the cultural import of clean, white linen in 18th century England. There are very few examples of surviving linens anywhere. I am most fortunate to have access to some rare 18th and 19th century linens recently donated to the University of Alberta,...

  • 2021-01-01

    Mahal, Habba

    Plants encompass every aspect of humanity; from maize to cassava, rice to canola, we have cultivated crops for 23,000 years. Yet, despite how vast our understanding of plants is, there exist misconceptions that they are inactive, insensitive, and incapable of perceiving and responding to...

  • 2021-01-01

    Gouda, Maged

    Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs) hold the promise to bring about a paradigm shift in transportation safety and mobility. CAVs mimic humans’ behavior. Instead of eyes and brains connected with a nervous system, AVs use sensors and computer systems connected with several types of...

  • 2021-01-01

    Garg, Aneri

    Coral reefs are dying at an unprecedented rate; so too are the fish reliant on corals for habitat space. Given the erasure of this critical habitat, scientists, conservation organizations, and concerned community members are working hard to restore coral reefs by adding young corals onto reefs....

  • 2021-01-01

    Lapierre, Matthew

    The No-Brow movement emphasizes the intersection between high and low culture, acknowledging their continuous dialogue, despite the severance between them. No-Brow collapses dichotomies between high and low culture by amalgamating art historical pictorial strategies of the old masters with...

  • 2021-01-01

    Monzon, Sofia

    What are the connections between censorship and translation? Studying the intersection of censorship and translation helps us define the power dynamics lurking in the circulation of literature. My research focus on literary exchanges that took place between North America, Spain, and Argentina...

  • 2021-01-01

    Wolach, Ronena

    The grasslands of North America have been dramatically changed by the conversion of native prairie to cropland. All in all, we have lost roughly 80% of North American grasslands, and about 75% of species at risk in Alberta are found in grassland ecosystems. Ferruginous Hawks, the largest hawk in...

  • 2021-01-01

    Ahmed, Sherif

    The numerous ice crystals of irregular structure/colure combined together to create such a natural piece of art that fascinates both engineers and artists. Polarized light was used to glow up the ice crystals in an ice core sample. The image depicted a freezed shot of an invasion of ice sheets at...

  • 2021-01-01

    Rogers, Corinne

    My work alongside trafficked women in Southeast Asia situates my interest in advancing our understanding of their experiences. Driven by my practice, questions arose about how women, who have been trafficked, negotiate their health and wellbeing across their lives. Playing with notions of touch...

  • 2021-01-01

    Bettini, Anna

    This picture captures Rodney, a tree farmer I interviewed for my research as we walked through his farm in Taranaki, New Zealand. Rodney has a deep connection to his place, but he is also afraid things could change. A predominantly agricultural and rural region, Taranaki is considered the centre...

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