Dr. Andrea Sterzuk, with colleagues from McGill University, has been awarded a SSHRC Knowledge Synthesis grant ($24,000) for a project entitled, “Ethical relationality, Canadian applied linguistics and Indigenous language revitalization.” Two graduate students, Bill Cook and Dennis Runns, will be supporting the project.
Dr. Cindy Hanson has been awarded a SSHRC Knowledge Synthesis grant ($24,000) for a project entitled, “Two-eyed seeing and intersectionality: Reconciling research approaches.” Her project focuses on the role of social sciences and humanities research in advancing collective goals for reconciliation with Aboriginal Peoples and the ways that Aboriginal knowledge systems contribute to interdisciplinary collaboration and extend the boundaries of knowledge across all disciplines.
Dr. Cindy Hanson has also been awards a SSHRC Insight grant of $42,467 for her project entitled “Reconciling perspectives and building public memory: learning from the independent assessment process.” Co-applicants are Amy Bombay. Leah R.E Levac, Raven P. Sinclair, and Cynthia Stirbys.
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