Awards and Research Grants

Dr. Catherine Nolin in Ayacucho, Peru

Catherine Nolin, PhD
Professor & Chair

BA (University of Calgary), MA, PhD (Queen's University at Kingston, 2000)

T: 250-960-5875
E: catherine.nolin@unbc.ca
W: unbc.ca/catherine-nolin
W: academia.edu/CatherineNolin
B: http://blogs.unbc.ca/nolin/
O: New Lab 8-148

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Recent Research Funding

Principal Investigator

No End in Sight: Root Causes of Forced Migration from Honduras and Guatemala (PI: C. Nolin & G. Russell). SSHRC Exchange Grant, UNBC, 2020 (1 year)

Living in a Time of Impunity in Post-Genocide Guatemala (PI: C. Nolin). UNBC General Research Grant Competition, 2017 (1 year)

Memory-Truth-Justice: The Crisis of the Living in the Search for Guatemala’s Dead and Disappeared, (PI: C. Nolin; Collaborators: E. Henderson & F. Peccerelli, FAFG Guatemala). SSHRC Internal UNBC Grant Competition, 2015 (1 year)

Project Disappeared: Documenting the Search for Memory, Truth, and Justice in Contemporary Guatemala (PI: C. Nolin; Collaborators: E. Henderson & F. Peccerelli, FAFG Guatemala). UNBC Seed Grant Competition, 2015 (1 year)

Life in the periphery: Neoliberal policy and disputed lands in rural British Columbia (PI: C. Nolin; Collaborator: N. Einbinder). UNBC Office of Research, Seed Grant, 2010

    Co-investigator and/or Collaborator, Recent

    Buzz, Boom, and Bust: A Comparative Case Study of the Gendered Impacts of the Speculative Phase of Resource Development in New Brunswick and British Columbia (Co-PIs: Marieka Sax & Daniel Tubb). SSHRC Insight Grant, 2018-2021. Collaborator

    Centre for Indigenous Conservation and Development Alternatives (CICADA) (PI: Colin Scott, McGill University). Quebec FRQSC (Fonds de recherché Société et culture), Centre en fonctionnement, 2018 - 2023. Collaborator

    Indigenous Engagements with Mining in Canada and Guatemala: Developing Refined Understandings through Collaboration and Comparison (PI: Karine Vanthuyne, University of Ottawa). SSHRC Insight Grant, 2014 – 2016, Collaborator

    Centre for Indigenous Conservation and Development Alternatives (CICADA) (PI: Colin Scott, McGill University). Quebec FRQSC (Fonds de recherché Société et culture) Regroupements stratégiques ‘centre’ (emergence), 2014 - 2016. Collaborator

    One the Move: Geographies of Worker Mobilities in Canada (PI: Barb Neis, Memorial University). SSHRC Partnership Grant, 2012-2017, Collaborator


    Distinctions, Honours, Fellowships, Scholarships