Funding

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)

Principal Investigator, SSHRC Insight Grant ($91,826), “Canadian Sugar: A Local and Global History.” June 2020-May 2024. 

 

Principal Investigator, SSHRC Insight Development Grant ($29,840), “Sugar: A Canadian History,” 2017–19.

 

Collaborator, SSHRC Partnership Development Grant ($200,000), “Canadian Partnership on Public Policy-Oriented Consumer Interest Research,” 2014–17.

 

Principal Investigator, SSHRC Standard Research Grant ($59,000), “Buying Citizenship: Women and the Rise of Canadian Consumer Modernity,” 2011–14.

 

SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellowship ($80,000), University of British Columbia, 2007–09.

 

SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship ($57,000), 2002–05.

 

Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences (funded by SSHRC)

 

Aid to Scholarly Publishing Program Grant ($8,000) for Purchasing Power: Women and the Rise of Canadian Consumer Culture (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2020), 2019.

 

Aid to Scholarly Publishing Program Grant ($8,000), Retail Nation: Department Stores and the Making of Modern Canada (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2011), 2011.

 

Government of Ontario

 

Ontario Graduate Scholarships ($15,000 per year) Government of Ontario, 2000–02.

 

Internal (Selected)

Faculty of Arts Publication Funding ($3,110), 2020, University of Regina

 

Faculty of Research and Graduate Studies Undergraduate Research Internship Award ($8,500), 2020, University of Regina

 

Dean’s Research Award ($4,860), 2019, University of Regina

 

President’s Research Seed Grant Award ($4,860), 2019, University of Regina

 

President’s Publication Funding ($1,500), 2018, University of Regina

Faculty of Arts Publication Funding ($1,500), 2018, University of Regina

Faculty of Arts Start-Up Grant ($2,500), 2015, University of Regina

 

Office of the Vice-President (Research) Start-Up Grant ($2,000), 2015, University of Regina 

 

Community Adjustment Fund Grant ($82,500), 2010, Athabasca University

Research Incentive Grant ($27,000), 2009–12, Athabasca University