I produce academic-quality research on a variety of topics. Most of my research work is qualitative, or based in study of discourse or text. I am not a scientific researcher (though I do dig quantitative data).
My research in Resistance Studies (my PhD dissertation) also involved work on Extractive Industries and Energy Politics. I completed the University of the Arctic PhD Certificate Program in Extractive Industries. For more on my research, see my full CV.
“Resistance to Extractive Industries in Newfoundland and Labrador.” Circumpolar Notes – Arctic Extractive Industries, 4 (2015). LINK
“Branded Newfoundland: Lisa Moore’s Alligator and Consumer Capitalism.” Newfoundland and Labrador Studies, 28.1 (2013). LINK
“The Naming Compulsion in Dillon Wallace’s The Lure of the Labrador Wild and Mina Hubbard’s A Woman’s Way through Unknown Labrador.” Newfoundland and Labrador Studies, 26.1 (2011). LINK