Five PhD students received SSHRC Doctoral Fellowships this year. The SSHRC Doctoral Fellowships support high-calibre students engaged in doctoral programs in the social sciences and humanities. This support allows scholars to fully focus on their doctoral studies, to seek out the best research mentors in their chosen fields, and to contribute to the Canadian research ecosystem during and beyond the tenure of their awards.
2022 SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship Recipients
Alexa Carson (2022-2024), Looking after los abuelos: How Latin American and Caribbean Immigrant Families Make Sense of Senior Care
Ikee Gibson (2022-2026), Segregated Inclusion in Post-Racial Organizations: How Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Initiatives Catalyze Social Closure
Maleeha Iqbal (2022-2026), Understanding Transnational Identity Formation Amidst Global Islamophobia: The Case of Muslims in Canada and Pakistan
Shady Al Hafez (2022-2026), Race and Religion in Articulations of Indigenous Identity
Kyla Simms (2022-2024): A Canadian Blackness: An Ethnographic Study of Race, Ethnicity, and National Belonging Among Black Second-Generation Canadians