Jackman Humanities Institute Undergraduate Fellowships, 2012-2013
We are pleased to announce the appointment of six Jackman Humanities Institute Undergraduate Fellows for 2012-2013 who will be researching projects relevant to the theme of Food during their senior year at the University of Toronto.
Robyn Clarke (Specialist, English / Minor, Cinema Studies) Scarcity in Literature and Film: How Food and Survival are represented in Narratives And Their Causal Effect in the Back to the Land Movement JHI Faculty Research Fellow Supervisor: Professor Robert Davidson
Katie Fewster-Yan (Double Major, UTSC English and UTSC Philosophy) From Eating Disorder to Word Order: How Female Identity and Desire Manifest Through Food Habits and On the Page JHI Faculty Research Fellow Supervisors: Professors Andrea Most and Robert Gibbs
Erin Kobayashi (Double Major, Aboriginal Studies and English) Like Coffee and Chocolate: Comparing Skin Colors to Commodities of Colonialism JHI Faculty Research Fellow Supervisor: Professor Andrea Most
Ana Komparic (Double Major, Immunology and Bioethics / Minor, History & Philosophy of Science and Technology) Back to the Future: Reevaluating the Ethical Considerations for Implementing GM Technologies in Sub-Saharan Africa JHI Faculty Research Fellow Supervisor: Professor Amira Mittermaier
Mathura Sabanayagam (Double Major, English and Human Biology) Food Symbolism in Contemporary Breast Cancer Narratives JHI Faculty Research Fellow Supervisor: Professor Frances Garrett
Richard Wu (Specialist, Philosophy / Major, Cognitive Science) Consuming Food, Consuming Information JHI Faculty Research Fellow Supervisor: Professor Frances Garrett