Past Graduate Students

    • Kelly Andres (MA WMST) Desiring Machinations of Matertekhnologi, 2008 (Supervisor: Jo-Anne Fiske)
    • Prosper Asaana (MA WGST) Migrant Health Care Practices: The Perspectives of Women Head Porters in Kumasi, Ghana, 2015 (Supervisor: Carol Williams)
    • Brittany Adams (MA WGST) Untying the Knot: Feminist Research Contributions to the Polygamy Reference (Supervisor: Jo-Anne Fiske)
    • Jacklyne Cheruiyot (MA, WGST): Masculinities and Young Men Involvement in Advocating for Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights: A Case of Obstetric Fistula among Rural Women in Elgeyo Morakwet County, Kenya (Supervisor: Glenda Bonifacio)
    • Leon Crane Bear (MA NAS) The Indian Association of Alberta’s 1970 Red Paper published as a response to the Canadian Federal Government’s Proposed 1969 White Paper on Indian Policy, 2015 (Supervisor: Carol Williams)
    • Semedeton Ilo (MA WGST) The Power of Agency: Transformation of Gender Roles and Marital Relations among Nigerian Immigrant Women in Lethbridge Alberta (Supervisor: Glenda Bonifacio)
    • Karissa Patton (MA History) We were having conversations that weren’t comfortable for anybody, but we were feisty:” Student activism against Reproductive Oppression in Calgary and Lethbridge during the 1960s and 1970s, 2015 (Supervisor: Carol Williams)
    • Auburn Phillips (MA WGST) Perceptions of Women-Specific Senior Secondary Curricula in Western Canada, 2011 (Supervisor: Jo-Anne Fiske)
    • Crystal Phillips (MA WGST) Theorizing Aboriginal Feminisms, 2011 (Supervisor: Jo-Anne Fiske)
    • Anastasia Sereda (MA WGST) Opportunities and Obstacles to Women’s Political Leadership in Post-communist Europe: A Gender Analysis using English Language Sources (Supervisor: Carol Williams)
    • Greta Vardazaryan (MA WGST in progress 2017) Gender, Migration, and Practices of Political Participation in Southern Alberta (Supervisor: Glenda Bonifacio)
    • Jaisie Walker (MA, WGST): Unsettling Lateral Violence: Queer Genealogies of Non/Monogamy in Southern Alberta (Supervisor: Suzanne Lenon)