Graduate student research

Jaqueline Anaquod
Jaqueline Anaquod, an SDH Master’s student who is a nêhiyaw and nahkawe woman from Plains Cree Territory.

Jaqueline Anaquod

On February 16, at the First Peoples' House, Jaqueline Anaquod, an SDH Master’s student who is a nêhiyaw and nahkawe woman from Plains Cree Territory, discussed how the Stable Homes Strong Families project utilized digital story-telling aimed at identifying concepts of home and to better understand what a culturally appropriate home looks like for an Aboriginal person living with or affected by HIV and AIDS. This is part of the 2015/2016 Speaker Series, and the next talk is on March 8th.

Marion Selfridge

SDH and CARBC graduate student Marion Selfridge delivered her lecture "Paper Dissolves or Dies, But Facebook is Always There: Street-Involved Youth and Digital Technology" to an audience at the Greater Victoria Public Library on April 7, 2016. The presentation is available for viewing on Youtube, and there is an article available to be read on the Times Colonist website.