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Theories and Methodologies, including oral sources and Digital Humanities

Mbalu Lumor

Mbalu Lumor

Mbalu Lumor has a sociology degree and completed her Master's degree in Leadership and Community Engagement at York University. She is currently a doctoral student in Health Policy & Equity at York University. Mbalu is a community organizer with over 20years experience working with survivors of torture. Her research explores the intersectionality of distress and […]

Chika Maduakolam

Chika Maduakolam

Chika Maduakolam is a Ph.D. candidate in Socio-Legal Studies at York University. She holds an LLM degree from Osgoode Hall Law School. She has worked as research assistant on an international research project on gendered violence in war; and domestic project on civil justice in Canada. Her main area of research is focused on sexual […]

Brian Waters

Brian Waters

Brian Waters studies water security in West Africa. He is focused on gender, participatory action research, and decentralized water infrastructure in urban settings. He has worked in Sierra Leone for the last 3 years, and is performing his PhD research in the informal settlements there, hoping to work with individuals, communities, and the municipal government […]

Rui Assubuji

Rui Assubuji

From Mozambique, Rui Assubuji is a research associate within the SARChI Chair of Visual History & Theory at the Centre for Humanities Research of the University of the Western Cape. He built his professional background in video and photography, working for Mozambican National Television from 1985 and free-lancing since 1992. His PhD dissertation titled ‘Visual […]

Kennedy Opande

Kennedy Opande

I am currently a PhD in Anthropology candidate at the Department of Anthropology, Gender and African Studies – University of Nairobi. I'm interested in the philosophies of socio-nature, human-nonhuman connections and theories of life. My research focuses on the cosmologies of life in indigenous non-Western societies, expressions of life across elements, and their intersection with […]

Tracelyn Cornelius

Tracelyn Cornelius

Tracelyn Cornelius is a doctoral candidate in the Sustainability Management program and a graduate of the Master of Environment and Business (MEB) program at the University of Waterloo. Her research primarily focuses on knowledge mobilization and issues related to equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI). Tracelyn's scholarly contributions involve the development of evidence-based frameworks for assessing […]

Fatoumata Kane

Fatoumata Kane

Hello, I'm Fatoumata Kane, a passionate and driven Senegalese-Canadian currently pursuing a master's degree in Development Studies. I am dedicated to making a positive impact in the world through my work and personal endeavours. Professionally, I am honoured to be a part of the UNICEF Canada team, where I contribute to meaningful projects aimed at […]

Mina Mir

Mina Mir

Mina Mir is a doctoral student at the Department of Politics at York University. Her research focuses on law enforcement agencies (policing and intelligence) and the surveillance of Black, brown, and Indigenous folks. In particular, her research focus is on surveillant biometric technologies, especially facial recognition technology. She inquires into how technologies of visual representation […]

Kayla Webber

Kayla Webber

Kayla Webber is a Doctoral student in the Department of Social Justice Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, specializing in women’s and gender studies. Her research interests are housing precarity, Black and Indigenous communities, models of wellness, anti-Black racism, anti-Indigenous racism, Black affirmation, sexualized violence, and transformative justice through […]

Khaoula Bengezi

Khaoula Bengezi

Khaoula Bengezi is a PhD candidate at the Department of Politics and a graduate associate at the Centre for Feminist Research at York University. Currently Khaoula is researching global responses to climate change in the Sahara Desert through renewable energy transitions vis-à-vis clean energy technologies. She is particularly interested in examining how environmental expertise are […]