This is a selection of papers written for various courses throughout my career. These reflect my research interests and could be topics for further writing and publication in the future
COVID-19 AND CITIZENSHIP: SHIFTING WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A CITIZEN
Course: Citoyenneté et Identité (POL7513), University of Ottawa
Keywords: Bio-citizenship, COVID-19, citizenship, governance, health.
GETTING CANCELLED FOR MY ACTIONS?
A READING OF ANCIENT DEMOCRATIC ATHENS CONCEPTIONS OF
PARRHESIA, AIDOS, AND OSTRACISM
Course: Core Seminar in Political Thought (POL6120), University of Ottawa
Keywords: Cancel culture, political theory, Athens, democracy, free speech.
CENSORSHIP AND OBSCENITY IN CANADA:
A SEX-POSITIVE LEGAL ANALYSIS OF CHARTER PROTECTIONS
Course: Freedom of Expression in Canada (LAWS3502), Carleton university
Keywords: Censorship, obscenity, Charter of Rights, feminist, freedom of expression.
CENSORSHIP, CAPITALISM, AND THE GOOD QUEER:
HOW SOCIAL MEDIA CENSORS CONTENT THAT DISPROPORTIONATELY
AFFECTS MARGINALIZED COMMUNITIES
Course: Law and the Information Society (LAWS3501), Carleton University
Keywords: Censorship, capitalism, LGBTQ2+, social media, neoliberalism.
UNDERSTANDING STATE-DOMINATED RECONCILIATION VERSUS DECOLONIZATION
Course: Transitional Justice (LAWS4603), Carleton University
Keywords: Reconciliation, decolonization, exploitation, Indigenous, colonialism.
UNDERSTANDING THE POWER IMBALANCE AND RACISM
BEHIND URBANIZATION IN NORTH AMERICA
Course: Environmental and Social Justice (LAWS4800), Carleton University
Keywords: Urbanization, exploitation, colonization, oppression, environment.
IMMIGRATION AND DISCOURSE:
HOW POLITICAL FRAMING CHANGED THE IMMIGRATION ISSUES
Course: Immigration and Refugee Law (LAWS4607), Carleton University
Keywords: Immigration, elections, discourse, framing, marginalization.
ONLINE SEX WORK ON SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS:
CHALLENGES, PRACTICES, AND A SEX POSITIVE FEMINIST POLICY MAKING
Course: Advanced Legal Topics: Feminist Controversies in Sexuality and the Law (LAWS4904), Carleton University
Keywords: Neoliberal, sex work, social media, feminism, queer.