Conference presentations

Book Reviews


"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.

"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.

Research Assistantships

Religion, Spirituality, Secularity, and Society in the Pacific Northwest

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.

Four Stories About Food Sovereignty: Transnational Crises and Local Action

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.

Inoculating Against an Infodemic: Microlearning Interventions to Address CoV Misinformation

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.