Hailing from Edmonton, Alberta, Sam Sakaluk is a BA Honours student (2019-2023) in Professional Communication at Toronto Metropolitan University. Her research explores communications theory and history, as well as communicative outcomes with an intersectional focus. At the MLC Research Centre, she is involved in research administration in a team setting. She is thrilled about supporting the MLC’s groundbreaking scholarship, training, and community outreach. This involvement helps her prepare for graduate studies in Communication, her long-term research goals being to explore the storytelling abilities of historical and Indigenous mnemonic tools.
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.