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Summary: Scholarly and Research Activity

May 2019

Academic Presentations

Sandra Lim. “West End Lane Work in Progress and Methodology: Non linear editing and rhythmanalysis of an 8 mm Kodachrome family film."  Presented in Session 10: Personal Archives of the symposium Poetics + Politics 4 Documentary Research Symposium: Against Story.  Santa Cruz, California: University of California, 18 May 2019.

John Shields, “Resilience and the Canadian Non-profit Migrant Settlement System: Challenges and Opportunities for Newcomer Integration.”  Presented in the session: Competing Projects of (Im)migrant and Refugee Integration and Exclusion in Canada at Interrogating Integration, the 12th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies (CARFMS):  Toronto: York University, 14 May 2019.

.John Shields.  “Strengthening Canada’s Model of Immigrant Settlement.” Invited presentation to the House of Common’s Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration.  Ottawa: 01 May 2019.

David Trick.  “What Can a College Be?”  Keynote address. Colleges and Institutes Canada Forum for Colleges and Institutes Serving Rural, Remote and Northern Communities. Owen Sound ON:  03 May 2019.

Appointments

Carolyn Johns was promoted to the rank of Professor, effective 07 May 2019.

Pamela Palmater was promoted to the rank of Professor, effective 07 May 2019.

Grants

Tracey Raney has been awarded (with Mackenzie Gregory) a 2019 Undergraduate Research Opportunity (URO) grant ($10,064.60) for the project: “Toxic Spaces: Understanding the Prevalence of Violence Against Canadian Women Cabinet Ministers on Twitter.”

Publications - Published

Greg Albo, Bryan Evans and Carlo Fanelli. “So much for ‘austerity-lite’ in Ontario.” Policy Options, 15 May 2019.

Halina Sapeha, Adam Wellstead, and Bryan Evans. “Peering into the black box of government policy work: The challenge of governance and policy capacity.” Canadian Political Science Review 13:1 (2019): 1-33. [Reported as forthcoming in the November 2018 DIGEST]

Christopher Gore, Jennifer Brass, Elizabeth Baldwin, & Lauren MacLean. Political Autonomy and Resistance in Electricity Sector Liberalization in Africa, World Development 120 (August 2019): 193-209. [Reported as forthcoming in the February 2018 DIGEST]

Cheryl N. Collier and Tracey Raney. “Another barrier for women in politics: Violence.” The Conversation online, 05 May 2019.

Harald Bauder, Mehrunnisa Ahmad Ali and John Shields. Introduction to Putting Family First: Migration and Integration in Canada. Migration Research Series #57.  [Geneva: (United Nations) International Organization for Migration (IOM), 2019]: 18 pp.

Eva Hellreich and Myer Siemiatycki. “Immigrant Artists: Reframing Vocation and Vision.’ Chapter 1 in The Promise of Migration: A Companion to the International Metropolis Conference 2019, Ottawa Ontario, ed. Harald Bauder, 1-8. Ottawa: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and Ryerson University, 2019.

Lorelle Juffs and Myer Siemiatycki. “The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program: A Gender-Based Analysis.” Chapter 6 in The Promise of Migration: A Companion to the International Metropolis Conference 2019, Ottawa Ontario, ed. Harald Bauder 43-51. Ottawa: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and Ryerson University, 2019,

Adriana Espinosa de los Monteros Romo and Myer Siemiatycki. “The Transnational Experiences of Canadian Snowbirds in Mexico.” Chapter 10 in The Promise of Migration: A Companion to the International Metropolis Conference 2019, Ottawa Ontario, ed. Harald Bauder, 75-82. Ottawa: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and Ryerson University, 2019.

Publications - Accepted for Publication

Cameron Anderson and R. Michael McGregor. “National Identity, Attentiveness and the Two Sides of Partisanship: The Case of the 2015 Canadian Federal Election.” National Identities, forthcoming.