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SSHRC IDG awarded 2020: The proposed research project focuses on constructions of disability in the Old NorseIcelandic Sagas of Bishops (byskupa sögur). Research for this project will take place over a twoyear period. The first year(202021) will be dedicated to data collection, consultation,...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2021: The study of language attitudes and their development is an interdisciplinary field of research, at the intersection of psychology, sociolinguistics, and speech-language pathology. To examine attitudes towards French dialects, we formed an interdisciplinary team with...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2020: The compulsory tattooed number on Holocaust survivors’ from Auschwitz acts as an embodied public record of the attempted extermination of Eastern European Jews during the Second World War. As Holocaust survivors are aging and dying these material archives are disappearing,...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2022: This project seeks to challenge the stereotype of the forever foreigner by highlighting the liveliness and diversity of the Chinese diaspora community in Western Canada. The project draws upon the Strathcona basketball program in Vancouver, BC as a case study, examining...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2019: Donation research has typically focused on using negativity, such as negative emotions of sadness, fear, or guilt, to motivate donation behaviour. However, recent reports indicate that such use of negativity to solicit donations has upset many donors who felt manipulated....
SSHRC IG awarded 2021. This research project will provide "A Feminist Literary History of Women's Writing in the British Isles: The Beginnings to 1800", the first large-scale unabashedly feminist narrative history evaluating over 500 years of writing in English by women to 1800, and the first...
Workshop materials; grant-writing; SSHRC.
SSHRC IG awarded 2021: Calls for police reform are echoing across the world. In North America, a spotlight has been placed on police failings. The media has illuminated brutality, violence, and racism as long-standing faults of police systems. Many Canadians have passionately argued that police...
Professor Ingrid Johnston, Associate VP, Research and Chair of the Partnership Grants Adjudication Committee (SSHRC) in 2013-14 gives advice about the elements of success for a Partnership Development Grant. Please note, this is a TIFF file, which has been truncated.
SSHRC IG awarded 2019: This project examines informal educational practices based in anti-oppression work done by South Asian Canadians (SAC) with the eventual goal of considering the potential of these relatively neglected sites of reconciliation as models for action in formal institutional...