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Roman Women, Wise Women, and Witches
(Phoenix / Classical Association of Canada, 2016)
In this article I explore the connections among the physiological effects of envy, the stereotypes that adhered to old women, and the literary representations of witches in Roman society, arguing that it is possible to get ...
Major themes in the evolution of Canadian rental housing policy, 1900-1984
(Institute of Urban Studies, 1985)
Remember Me Nought: The 1985 Cultural "Nachträglichkeit"
(York University, 2010)
This paper engages with the politics of remembering and forgetting that surround the unsettled history of the 1985 Air India bombings. In particular, I use the concepts Nachträglichkeit and "affective recircuitry" to ...
Canadian teachers' attitudes toward change, efficacy, and burnout during the COVID-19 pandemic
Canadian teachers (N = 1626) took part in a longitudinal, national survey conducted at two points early in the COVID-19 pandemic. Results indicated that teacher efficacy, attitudes toward change, and perceptions of ...
Report on the student impact survey
(Institute of Urban Studies, 2001)
Winnipeg Inner-City Research Alliance - Summer Institute, Course Outline: "What Makes a Good Urban Neighbourhood"
This is the outline for a course given as part of the 2005 WIRA Summer Institute. Course content is organized around a number of broad thematic areas related to neighbourhood studies. Themes include: defining the inner ...
Financial Fetters: Mothers, Lone Parents and Welfare Reform, Winnipeg in the 1960s
(University of Winnipeg, 2002-08)
This thesis is a study of Manitoba’s social welfare system in the 1960s based on findings in the provincial and City of Winnipeg’s annual reports. In order to understand the position of welfare administrators during this ...
Farm implement firms as symptomatic of the rise of regional grain cities : Winnipeg and Minneapolis, 1876-1926
(The Institute of Urban Studies, 1980)