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- 4Halpern, Joel Martin
- 1Curry, Ann (Supervisor)
- 1Czach, Elizabeth
- 1Guardado, Martin (Supervisor)
- 1Holt, Nicholas
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- 4Joel Martin Halpern Image Archive
- 4Joel Martin Halpern Image Archive/Northern North America Collection
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Overnight campout by expedition cruise members at Wordie House (abandoned British research station : the building is visible to the right of the picture) on Winter Island, Antarctic Peninsula, 65 27 South, 64 20 West, on 2 metres of snow, January 2004.
This thesis is an anthropological study of the interactions between the coffee industry and the tourism industry in Costa Rica. It focuses on how coffee production, marketing and consumption have been affected by the presence of tourists and how tourists come in contact with coffee. I conducted...
When we think of trans people and photography, we often think of selfies, transition timelines, or stereotypical images like trans women trying to put on makeup. We don’t often think of trans photographers themselves. My research is an autoethnographic reflection from behind the lens rather than...
SSHRC Awarded CG 2015: "Memory Economies" will be a two-day symposium, hosted by the University of Alberta's Departments of English & Film Studies and Women's & Gender Studies on September 4-5, 2015. It is designed to contribute new concepts and theorizations to the multidisciplinary field of...
SSHRC Awarded IDG 2012: This research project seeks to reconstruct the milieu of post-war film lecturing in Canada and U.S. by piecing together the careers of individual filmmakers, delving into the histories of exhibition sites and booking agencies while also probing the collections of museums,...
SSHRC IG awarded 2021: This proposed project is directly relevant to the Sport Participation Research Initiative (SPRI) competition. This proposed, longitudinal, empirically-driven project will address various issues related to participation of newcomers in sport and leisure in a specific urban...