Discourse: University of Regina Research Magazine

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Discourse is the University of Regina’s bi-annual magazine that profiles new and ongoing research by faculty, staff and students. Discourse showcases the breadth and depth of research at our University – conducted by researchers who embrace the challenge to make a big impact in the lives of Canadians, as well as in the lives of others around the world.

In this issue of Discourse, read about:

  • the University of Regina’s health research focused on older adults, mental health and active living, as well as its potential for long-lasting and widespread social and economic impact;
  • graduate student Cheyanne Desnomie, whose work examines a damaging social and agricultural experiment imposed on the Peepeekisis Cree Nation by the federal government in the late 19th and early 20th century;
  • Riding Through Walls, a project by Megan Smith, a new media artists in the Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance (MAP), who is using Google technology to ride her bike, virtually, from coast to coast to explore society’s relationship with data; and,
  • anthropologist Susanne Kuehling, who is working with island elders in a remote region of Papua New Guinea to help them try and reinvigorate the ancient practice of kula trading.

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