I am a human geographer broadly interested in geographies of exclusion and inclusion.
I approach my work from the vantage point of three interrelated themes: space, knowledge and power. To conceptualize these themes and how they relate, I draw upon a variety of theoretical frameworks including governmentality theory, actor-network theory, and assemblage theory.
I utilize various methodological approaches and techniques in my work including discourse analysis, in-depth interviewing, participant observation, arts-based inquiry, and participatory action research.
My work has examined (a) spaces of care, home, and work and their role in shaping the lived experiences of socially marginalized and vulnerable individuals, and (b) spaces of policy development and implementation and their role in the creation of healthy, enabling and equitable urban environments.
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BA Human Geography, University of Alberta
MA Human Geography, University of Alberta
PhD Human Geography, McMaster University
My research focuses on the following topics:
The spatial organization of human landscapes, and significance of the distribution of human activity. Not available to students with credit in HGP 100.Fall Term 2021
Connections between space, society and culture at multiple scales. Formation and significance of cultural landscapes, and shaping of social life by spatial arrangements. Prerequisites: HGP 100 or HGEO 100, and HGEO 240 or HGP 240. Not available for students with credit in HGP 341.Winter Term 2022