His doctoral research examines the intersections of economic policy, environmental sustainability, and cultural practice.
Balsher's interests lie in environmental sciences, sustainability, and judicious utilization of global water resources.
Emily's research focuses on the transformation of ethnic identities, development practice and discourse, and state restructuring processes in Nepal's Himalaya region.
Jose's research focuses on environmental and social struggles of Mapuche communities in Chile.
Ketty's current research focuses on the ‘Senses of Justice and Reparations: Women’s Decision Making After Wartime Sexual Violence in Northern Uganda.’
Kimberly's research illustrates the lessons that can be learnt from museums that provide a forum for active participation and dialogue about peace practices among indigenous cultures of Kenya and Canada.
Lily's research focuses on the development of "global morality" among young people in the West.
Neila's research engages with feminist postcolonial theory and critical ethnography to explore the social and cultural contexts of education in relation to Muslim/immigrant and transnational youth.
Vincent's research focuses on the intersection of sustainable agriculture, poverty alleviation, and land use change.