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Honours research published in Canadian Ethnic Studies

Posted by SOSA web team on November 1, 2016 in News

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.