Publications - History
Publications - Sociology
Participatory journalism in the imperial press system: subverting local discourses through letters to the editor in the late nineteenth century
Canadian Historian Association virtual annual meeting, 17 May 2022
Can the Subaltern Write? Navigating mediated voices in South African correspondence with the Aborigines' Protection Society in the late nineteenth century
Distant Communications virtual conference, 22 July 2021.
Protecting the Empire’s Humanity: Thomas Hodgkin and British Colonial Activism 1830–1870. Zoë Laidlaw. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021. 374 pp. £90 (hardcover).
Britain and the World 15, no. 1 (2022): 91-94.
Travellers through Empire: Indigenous Voyages from Early Canada. Cecilia Morgan. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2017. xvii+326pp. $39.95 (cloth).
Britain and the World 13, no. 1 (2020): 191-193.
"Indigenous and Settler Correspondence with the Aborigines' Protection Society: Negotiating Imperialism from within Canada, South Africa, and New Zealand, 1850-1900"
PhD dissertation, ongoing. Department of History, University College London. Supervisor: Margot Finn. Expected completion date: 2023.
"The Aborigines' Protection Society as an Imperial Knowledge Network: the Writing and Representation of Black South African Letters to the APS, 1879-1888"
MA thesis, 2020. Department of History, University of Victoria. Supervisor: Elizabeth Vibert.
"Imperial or Settler Imperative? Indigenous Reserves as a Case Study for a Transcolonial Analysis of British Imperial Native Policy"
BA thesis, 2017. Department of History, University of Victoria. Supervisor: Elizabeth Vibert.
SSHRC-funded project out of the University of Victoria investigating microhistories of Pacific Northwest families who transitioned from religious belief to secularism in the late twentieth century. My work involves transcribing oral history interviews and coding interviews with Nvivo.
SSHRC-funded project out of the University of Victoria investigating global challenges of food sovereignty and connections with legacies of colonialism. My work involves making print and online maps, developing websites, conducting literature reviews, writing historiographical papers, and providing technical assistance.
CIHR-funded project out of Royal Roads University investigating the spread of COVID-19 misinformation and how it can be suppressed. My work involves conducting literature reviews, writing briefing papers, conducting semi-structured interviews, coding interviews with Nvivo, and developing educational resources.