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Honours research published in Canadian Ethnic Studies
Brenna Sobanski, who graduated from King's with Honours and the University Medal in Social Anthropology in 2014, has published a peer-reviewed article based on her Honours research in Canadian Ethnic Studies. Brenna's project attracted media attention from Radio-Canada while she was conducting it. 'Reflections on the Polyglot Self: Multilinguals Negotiating Identity' appeared in vol. 48, no. 1 of the journal. "It's rare that undergraduate research in anthropology meets the exacting standards of peer-reviewed journals," said Brenna's Honours research supervisor, Dr. Martha Radice. "This achivement is very inspiring for our current Honours cohort." Email Dr. Radice to receive a copy of the article.
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