Science labs have a tradition of masculinist values (individualist genius, mastery over nature) & assumed access to Indigenous Land for (“benevolent”) research, which means we end up using science against science to do feminist & anti-colonial work.
Here’s why treating plastics as one kind of thing in science and activism isn’t useful and can even cause harm. … More
Share your BabyLegs stories! We’re looking for your stories of using BabyLegs as part of a new campaign to highlight how people have used the trawl in their own environments.
This summer CLEAR has two positions with Canada Summer Jobs, which grants people aged 15-30 full time (35 hours/week) employment … More
Labrador Research Forum (#LRF2019) keynote by Eve Tuck on “Research On Our Terms.” Featuring many pictures of seals and wisdom that burns. A thread from a listener:
Are you a beneficiary of Nunatsiavut or NunatuKavut? Are you interested in science? Are you looking for a summer job? … More
Since January, CLEAR has hosted Iwalaye (Ayo) Oladimeji, a PhD student from the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. She … More
In science, some decisions and behaviour are valued, reproduced, and others are harder to do. Some forms of knowledge flourish. Others don’t. Let’s talk about that.
Applications are invited for a postdoctoral fellowship to examine labour, fisheries and coastal communities, with a focus on recruitment, training and retention in fisheries. This is a two year position, at $49, 000/year (plus benefits), and includes access to additional funding for field research and conference-related travel.
Applications are invited for a master’s fellowship studying gender and fisheries, with a special focus on dynamics of recruitment, training and retention.