Doctorate in Environmental Studies (PhD) Graduate Profile

Year Student Title of Paper PhD Dissertation Organization
2016 Ciann Larose Wilson Beyond the Colonial Divide: African Diasporic and Indigenous Youth Alliance Building for HIV Prevention
2016 Azam Khatam Tehran Urban Reforms Between Two Revolutions Developmentalism, Worlding Urbanism and Neoliberalism
2016 Loree Erickson Unbreaking Our Hearts: Cultures of Un/Desirability and the Transformative Potential of Queercrip Porn
2016 Brett David Dolter Greening the Saskatchewan Grid
2016 Michael Classens From Dismal Swamp to Smiling Farms: Socio-Ecological Change and Making Food in the Holland Marsh
2015 Christopher Saker The Conservation Ecology of Neotropical Tree Cavity Communities in Forest and Agro-Ecosystems in the Alexander Skutch Biological Corridor, Costa Rica
2015 Andrew Mark What is Music For?: Utopian Ecomusicologies and Musicking Hornby Island
2015 Marta Berbes From Ecosystem Services to Ecosystem Benefits: Unpacking the Links Between Ecosystems and Human Well-Being in Agricultural Communities in Costa Rica
2015 Charles Chinedu Alaribe Sustainability in Southeast Nigeria Through Indigenous Environmental Education
2015 Edith Maria Steiner A Politics of Dwelling: Local Knowledge and Linked Communities on the Lake Superior North Shore
2015 Maggie Hutcheson Contesting Place: Site-Specific Socially Engaged Art in 21st Century Toronto
2015 Jennifer Sue Dockstator Widening the Sweetgrass Road: Re/Balancing Ways of Knowing for Sustainable Living with a Cree-Nishnaabe Medicine Circle
2015 Adrina C. Bardekjian Learning from Limbwalkers: Arborists' Stories in Southern Ontario's Urban Forests
2014 Mark Robert Holmes Testing the Implications of an Integrated Rural Tourism Framework for the Niagara Wine Region
2013 Teresa Abbruzzese The Contested Production of Amusement in Southern Italy: Transgression through Rituals York University
2012 Suzanne Lee Hurley Women's Rights, Culture and Conflict Implementing Gender Policy in Amboko Refugee Camp, Chad Memorial University
2012 Michele Paule Martin Pous sa dife! Creolizing Environmental Education with Teachers in the Seychelles Islands Sustainability for Seychelles
2012 Ann Novogradec An Exploration of the Living and Working Environments of Esophageal Cancer Patients: Gaining a Contextual Understanding of the Risk Factors for Disease Occupational Cancer Research Centre
2012 Deidre Anne Wilcock Living Landscapes: 'Ethnogeomorphology' as an Ethical Frame of Communication in Environmental Decision-Making Victoria University
2011 Alfred Metallic Ta'n teli'gji'tegen 'Nnu'igtug aq ta'n Goqwei Wejgu'aqamulti'qw Listuguj Mi'gmag Government
2011 Gavan Watson Multiple Acts of Birding: The Education, Ethics and Ontology of Bird Watching in Ontario University of Guelph
2011 Tanya Chung Tiam Fook Sustaining Indigenous Lifeways through Collaborative and Community-led Wildlife Conservation in the North Rupununi, Guyana University of Prince Edward Island
2011 Richard Fehr Who has Traded Cash for Creation? Approaching an Anishinaabeg Informed Environmental History on Bkejwanong Territory University of Western Ontario
2010 Janet Fishlock "But the White Man Peeked: Impacts, Opportunities & Dilemmas within Social Development & Private Sector Cooperation in the International Mining Sector in Sub-Saharan Africa RePlan
2009 Bruce Erickson Canoe Nation: Race and Gender in the Making of a National Icon York University
2009 Lauren Baker Emerging Biocultural Agrifood Relations: Local Maize Networks in Mexico Toronto Food Policy Council
2008 Susannah Bunce Gentrifying Sustainability: Policy, Planning, and the Development of Sustainability on Toronto's Central Waterfront University of Toronto
2008 Daniel Longboat Owehna'shon:a (The Islands) The Haudenosaunee Archipelago The Nature and Necessity of Bio-Cultural Restoration and Revitalization Trent University
2008 Catherine Phillips Saving More Than Seeds: Natures, Technology, and Politics With/In Seed Saving University of Wollongong
2008 Jocelyn Thorpe Temagami's Tangled Wild: Race, Gender and the Making of Canadian Nature University of Manitoba
2008 Stephanie Rutherford Governing Landscapes: Analytics of Power and the Commodification of Nature Trent University
2007 Leela Viswanathan Postcolonial Planning: The Alternative Planning Group and the Transformation of Social Planning in Toronto at the Turn of the 21st Century Queen's University
2007 Douglas Young Rebuilding the Modern City After Modernism in Toronto and Berlin York University
2007 Traci Warkentin Captive Imaginations: Affordances for Ethics, Agency and Knowledge-Making In Whale-Human Encounters City University of New York
2007 Jenny Kerber Writing in Dust: Reading the Prairie Environmentally Wilfrid Laurier University
2007 Timothy Leduc The Climate of Unknowing A Twelve Story Response to the West's Industrial Warming York University
2006 Jennifer Foster The Social Construction of Landscape Continuity on the Niagar Escarpment and Oak Ridges Moraine: Whose Continuity? Whose Landscape? York University
2006 Nicholas Garside Feral Citizens, Democratic Ideals and the Politicization of Nature Wilfrid Laurier
2006 Cheryl Katherine Lousley Subject/Matter: Environmental Thought and Contemporary Literature in English in Canada Lakehead University
2005 Bipasha Baruah Sisters are Doing it for Themselves: Challenges and Opportunities in Landed Property Ownership for Informal Sector Women in Urban India University of Waterloo
2004 John Sandlos Northern Wildlife, Northern People: Native Hunters and Wildlife Conservation in the Northwest Territories, 1894-1970 Memorial University of Newfoundland
2004 Lenore Newman Dynamic Sustainability: Adaptation and Innovation in a Complex Environment University of the Fraser Valley
2003 Carole Leclair Metis Environmental Knowledge: La Tayr Pi Tout Li Moond Wilfrid Laurier University
2003 Richard Milgrom Sustaining Diversity: Participatory Design and the Production of Urban Space University of Manitoba
2003 Mark Meisner The Symbolic Domestication Of Nature: Environmental Discourse And Ideology In The Mainstream Media Landscape International Enviromental Communication Association
2002 Lori Letts Organizing with seniors in an environment of local change:* A participatory research project McMaster University
2002 Sherilyn MacGregor Beyond Mothering Earth: Ecological Citizenship and the Gendered Politics of Care Keele University
2002 Andil Gosine Imag(in)ing Power, Culture, Difference: "Race"-racism in Popular Environmentalism York University
2001 Elisabeth Abergel Growing Uncertainty: The Environmental Risk Assessment of Genetically Engineered Herbicide Tolerant Canola in Canada York University - Glendon
2001 Elizabeth MacEachren Crafting as a Pedagogy for Environmental Awareness Queen's University
2001 Sherry Rowley Paths of resistance, tracks of disruption on stereotypes, native/women's spirituality York University
2001 David Duval When Hosts Become Guests: Return visits Among Members of the Caribbean Community in Toronto, Canada University of Manitoba
2001 Jean-Paul Vanderlinden Property Rights, Risk and Sustainable Development: Community Range Management in Niger University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
2000 Sophia Huyer Social Movements And Globalisation: Constructing social Knowledge for the 21st century Women in Global Science and Technology
2000 Helen Hambly The implementaiton and institutionalisation of agroforestry in Western Kenya: A gender and agency analysis University of Guelph
2000 Anne Bell Stories experiences of school based habitat restoration Ontario Nature
1999 Michael Polanyi A qualitaive analysis and critique of a "future research" conference reframing repetitive srain injuries for action Reg Lang
1999 Hugh McCague Building with God: Anglo Norman Durham, Bury St. Edmunds and Norwich York University
1998 Joanna Beyers The Forest Unbundled: Canada's National Forest Strategy and Model Forest Program Wind Oak & Dove
1997 Adrian Ivakhiv Places of Power: Sacred Sites, Gaia's Pilgrims, and the Politics of Landscape University of Vermont
1997 Doug MacDonald Policy Communities and Allocation of Internalized Cost: Negotiation of the Ontario Acid Rain Program, 1982-1985 University of Toronto
1995 Femida Handy A Microfoundational Analysis of Non-Profit Organizations University of Pennslyvania
1995 Michael S. Quinn The Natural History of a Collector: J.H. Fleming (1872-1940) Naturalists, Ornithologists and Birds Mount Royal University