Monthly Archives: July 2015

Casual Reminder about Street Harassment in Edmonton

This is a casual reminder for folks that live in Edmonton–but particularly those than identify as men–that street harassment occurs frequently in this city. It is endemic. It is unwanted and degrading. It is violent and disgusting. This is also … Continue reading

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To Candidacy and Beyond: Week Ten

I can’t believe it has been ten weeks since I started writing about my candidacy progress. A lot has changed in terms of what I’m thinking about my project and how I will see it come to fruition from the … Continue reading

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To Candidacy and Beyond: Weeks Eight and Nine

I spent a good portion of last week trying to figure out what I had forgotten, or was missing. It turns out it was writing an update last week. Oops. Last week I wrote eighteen pages, and this week I … Continue reading

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Happy banal settler colonial nationalist spectacle day

Though I’d rather live here than a lot of other places, that doesn’t mean this nation state is absolved from (my) critique.  I’m going to be spending the day writing about how settler colonial ideology facilitated the establishment of the … Continue reading

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