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The Individualized Interdisciplinary Studies (INS) program is made to create pathways for students whose graduate studies (PhD, MA, MSc, MASc) engage at least two disciplines, operate between existing disciplinary boundaries, or forge new interdisciplinary connections.
Alice is working to explore how controversial science is communicated in the digital sphere.
Steve is a PhD student in Individualized Interdisciplinary Studies studying wildfire forecasting.
Hasheem is studying multimodal queer-based pedagogy in French Immersion high school classrooms.
Laurence is studying autofiction in postmodernism and performance theories.
June 22, 2018
June 22, 2018
Spencer Greening has a gift for balancing traditional Indigenous knowledge, research, language and culture with Western scholarship, politics and activism.
Lucy Bell in INS studied repatriation and restitution in Chile.
Victor Guerin is dedicated to revitalizing the hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ language and pressing for Indigenous rights
Guerin is dedicated to revitalizing hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓, the downriver dialect of the Halkomelem language spoken by the Musqueam people.
Edited by SFU INS PhD student, Katherine Nichols; SFU Archaeology PhD student, Chelsea Meloche; and, SFU Archeology PhD graduate, Dr. Laure Spake.