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Dayna McLeod & Alexander McClelland Win Doctoral Thesis Award

July 2, 2020
By Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Society & Culture

Congratulations to Dayna McLeod & Alexander McClelland on winning the Doctoral Thesis Award. Details below:

Dayna McLeod, Ageing Queer Embodiment, Audiences, and Empathy: “Intimate Karaoke” and The Material Conditions of Uterine Concert Hall. Supervisor: Krista Genevieve Lynes. External Examiner: Roewan Crowe

Alexander McClelland, Living in a negative relation to the law: legal violence and the lives of people criminally charged in relation to HIV in Canada. Viviane Namaste. External Examiner: Dawn Moore.

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