Adriana Mota is a BA student (2020-2024) in Toronto Metropolitan University’s Psychology department, and minoring in Criminology. She explores the intersection between psychological disorders presented in mass media with a critical focus on the criminal justice system. Her academic interests include social perception, cognitive psychology, social comparisons, and coping mechanisms. As an MLC Research Fellow, Adriana is excited about exploring diverse types of research in a collaborative and stimulating work environment. With a role in the Telling COVID-19 Stories research project, she integrates her love of literature with her passion for psychology.
How to Be a Woman During the Trump Era: An ...
How did contemporary American literature respond to the crisis of the Trump years and beyond?
Zoe Griffith joins MLC
As a graduate assistant at the MLC Research Centre, Zoe provides support for Dr. Gammel’s experiential teaching.
Taylor Ussher joins MLC
With Dr. Gammel as her supervisor, Taylor explores the impact of the pandemic in fashion.
Joanna Dermenjian joins MLC
Joanna is working on Canadian women’s cultural legacy focussing on the intersection of world wars and women’s volunteer labour.