Graduate Students

I supervise students working on a range of subjects including citizenship, national identity, intersectional subjectivity, critical social policy analysis, kinship and family, political economy, and law and society.

Current Students

Maya Seshia (PhD candidate), “Air India and the Concept of National Identity”

Daisy Raphael (PhD student) Canadian national identity and national symbols

Margot Challborn (PhD student), Autonomous motherhood

 

Recently completed students

Margot Challborn (MA thesis, 2016) “Autonomous Mothers and Social Policy: How the CCTB, UCCB,  Alberta Childcare Subsidies Govern Women’s Autonomy in Motherhood”

Anjil Shimoon (MA project, 2016), “Work is Work is Work: Knowledge Production and the Social Construction of Child Care in Canada”

Amee Barber (PhD, 2014) “From the Red Light to the Red Carpet: Legalization, Deliberation and the Paradoxical Challenges to Sex Work Policy in the Netherlands”

Leah Ward (MA project, 2014) “Transgender in the Irreversible State”

Lena Saleh (MA thesis, 2013) “Boxes Fulla Fun: The Fulla Doll, Identity and Consumption in a Globalizing Arab World.”

Jessica Kolopenuk (MA thesis, 2012). “Canada’s Indians (sic): (Re)racializing Canadian Sovereign Contours Through Juridical Constructions of Indianness in McIvor v. Canada”

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