Debwewin (Truth): A Contribution to Indigenous Scholarship. Progress, Resistance, and Other Social Myths: a feminist exploration of the ironies and ambiguities of online social regulation. “Metis Women and Memory: Learning to Live Beyond the Wounds of History” Research Paper. “Tourism Murals and the Post-Industrial Economy: Off the Wall Articulations of the Local, National and Global in Pembroke’s Millennium Mural” Research Paper. “Rocking the Divide: Notes on Gender Inequality and the Music Consumer” Research Paper. “Low turnout by Young Voters in Canadian Federal Elections: Problems and Solutions.” Research paper. “Dammed: Conceptualizing the Loss of Heritage Along the St.
Becoming a Qallunologist: One Qallunaa’s Journey Remembering Marble Island. Ideological Literacy and the Sociocultural Practices of the Ottawa Inuit. Supervisor: Donna Patrick Victoria Lynn Tenasco-Commando, 2010 (100696221). Drumming into the Heart of Nova Scotia: An Exploration of Peninsular Culture and Branding. Supervisor: Richard Nimijean and Peter Hodgins Cindy Gaudet, 2009. Transition, Transformation, Revolution: An Assessment of Open Access Discourse and Practice in Canada.
Waste of Place: Heritage Conservation within the context of the Canadian Environment Assessment Act.
“Representing Unity in the National Capital Region: Quebec through Confederation Boulevard”.
Tying the Nations Together from Railroads to Pipelines.
Healing Heritage: New Approaches to Commemorating Canada’s Indian Residential School System.
“Real, Truth, Seen”: Exploring Gender in Homelessness Discourse through Wood Green Community Services’ Homeward Bound Campaign.
Our Story Within: Mapping “Home” in Jane Urquhart’s Sanctuary Line and A Map of Glass.
Walking the Noble (Savage) Path: The Didactics of Indigenouse Knowledge (Re)presentation in the Toronto Zoo’s Canadian Domain.
A Woman’s Place: Seeking and preserving the history of female textile workers in Almonte , Ontario.