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Melissa Joy Gavin

Posted by lamacs On October - 29 - 2011

M.A. Communication

Melissa Joy Gavin’s current research interests include: transnational
cinema, film sound and (re) articulations of post-traumatic memory.
AMLAC’s Communications Coordinator for the 2012 Promised Land Project
Symposium: Claiming the Promise A retrospective on African Canadian
History and the 2011 International Symposium on Multiculturalism:
Reframing multiculturalism for the 21st century’s realities.

Emilie Jabouin

Posted by lamacs On February - 3 - 2011

MA Political Science & Women’s Studies, Research Assistant

Emilie Jabouin conducts research for the lab on memory and the question of gender for the organization of conferences and projects.

Yasmina Djimani

Posted by lamacs On February - 3 - 2011

BA Communication, Research Assistant

Yasmina Djimani is a research assistant in AMLAC&S since May 2010. She conducts bibliographical research for the conference/workshop on memory in cinema.

Dana Whitney Sherwood

Posted by lamacs On November - 17 - 2010

M.A. History, Research Assistant

Dana W. Sherwood’s work in the lab focuses on the Promised Land Project and the multiple trajectories of discriminatory experience across Canada during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

Steve Jankowski

Posted by lamacs On June - 15 - 2010

M.A. Communication, Research Assistant & Webmaster

Steve Jankowski researches how communities of practice, such as those in Wikipedia, both challenge and conceed institutional pressures. He creates the new design of the lab website. He has been responsible for new media development of AMLAC&S.

Tina Kawooya

Posted by lamacs On June - 15 - 2010

M.A. Communication, Research Assistant

Tina Kawooya research interests include Uganda and identity theories. Her work with the lab focuses on black Canadian discourse with the Promised Land Project and multicultural discourse in Canada, Australia and South Africa.

Brendan Burrows

Posted by lamacs On June - 15 - 2010

M.A. Communication, Research Assistant

Brendan Burrows research interests focuses on hip-hop and identity on the show Moccasin Flats. His projects for AMLAC&S include filming and editing the 2010 Promised Land Project Video and the Rhizomic Analysis of Canadian, Australian, and South African films.