Category Archives: Current Projects

Understanding Plastics Pollution: Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Forensic Methodology

image: sampling for micro-plastics at Lake Huron, Great Lakes Plastics Pollution Think Tank, summer 2016 This is a SSHRC-funded project, of which I am a co-applicant. Other members are Kelly Jazvac (PI), Kelly Wood (co-applicant), Patricia Corcoran (co-applicant), Heather Davis

Understanding Plastics Pollution: Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Forensic Methodology

image: sampling for micro-plastics at Lake Huron, Great Lakes Plastics Pollution Think Tank, summer 2016 This is a SSHRC-funded project, of which I am a co-applicant. Other members are Kelly Jazvac (PI), Kelly Wood (co-applicant), Patricia Corcoran (co-applicant), Heather Davis

Tear Gas Epiphanies: Protest, Museums, Culture

Forthcoming, 2019 This book considers protests at Canadian museums from the late 1980s until the present. An early draft of the Introductory chapter can be read here. Table of Contents PART 1 Preface: Tear Gas Epiphanies 1. Introduction: Museums, Protest,

Tear Gas Epiphanies: Protest, Museums, Culture

Forthcoming, 2019 This book considers protests at Canadian museums from the late 1980s until the present. An early draft of the Introductory chapter can be read here. Table of Contents PART 1 Preface: Tear Gas Epiphanies 1. Introduction: Museums, Protest,

Curiouser and Curiouser: Micro-museums and Micro-museology

image: Old Geo in the kitchen of Old Geo’s Antiques, Saskatchewan, photo by Kirsty Robertson Small and micro-museums (self-funded collections, accessible to the public, and often developed around the passionate interest of a single person) have long been the outliers

Curiouser and Curiouser: Micro-museums and Micro-museology

image: Old Geo in the kitchen of Old Geo’s Antiques, Saskatchewan, photo by Kirsty Robertson Small and micro-museums (self-funded collections, accessible to the public, and often developed around the passionate interest of a single person) have long been the outliers