Last updated on January 21st, 2020

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Master's

Sarah Wolfe: Communities and emotion-driven activism (masters). The “emotional geography” of water. Using case studies from Ontario communities that have used emotion-laden communications to organize against extraction of local aquifers by bottled water companies.

Sarah Wolfe: Language and floods (masters). Investigate emotions embedded in expert and stakeholders’ language associated with Canadian flood events.

Sarah Wolfe: Ritual and spiritual practice (thesis MES or doctoral student). Exploring if and how stories, rituals and artifacts influence our individual and societal abilities to adapt to changing water conditions and extreme events.

PhD

Sarah Wolfe: Ritual and spiritual practice (thesis MES or doctoral student). Exploring if and how stories, rituals and artifacts influence our individual and societal abilities to adapt to changing water conditions and extreme events.