Sarah-May Strange

Sarah-May Strange is a Master's student in the School of Criminology at Simon Fraser University. Her thesis, under the supervision of Dr. Richard Frank, looks at information warfare and impersonated propaganda on social media, and the appropriation and use of queer and Muslim identities by hostile actors.

Sarah-May's approaches research with a Critical lens, and her research interests are myriad and many. These focus on marginalized identities and experiences, as well as political use of prejudices and identities, and the development and propagation of hatred and violence. They also include areas such as Islamophobia, homophobia and transphobia, indoctrination of prejudice, the intersection of marginalised identities, experiences of individuals with mental illness and disorders, right-wing conservative Christianity, and qualitative research.

Sarah-May can usually be found near a cat.


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