Our FIMULAW 2019 Presenters

PANEL DISCUSSION

Indigenizing and Decolonizing Pedagogy
Moderated by Dr. Paulette Rothbauer, FIMS

Danica Pawlick Potts, FIMS “Truth and Reconciliation through Pedagogy: Key Considerations for Indigenizing and Decolonizing Pedagogy in Postsecondary Curriculum”

Beth Tuinstra, Music “Building Relationships for Conducting Research with Indigenous Peoples”

Christina Catenacci, Law “Should there be a Mandatory Indigenous Law Component in Canadian Legal Education?”

LIGHTNING TALKS

Arielle Vanderschans, FIMS, “Storytelling & Spellcrafting”

Njokuji Ogechi Judith, Law, “Renewable Electricity”

Amara Pope, FIMS, “Musical Artists as Entrepreneurs: Assessing Popular Artists’ Brand Partnerships, Social Media Usage, and Performances of Identity Politics”

Christina Catenacci, Law, “Workplace Privacy in The Private Sector: An Examination of Electronic Surveillance Technologies in Canada and the United States”

Alex Mayhew, FIMS, “Phylomemetic Cataloguing: Bringing Public Expertise into Knowledge Organization”

Jonathan De Souza & Adam Roy, Music “Form, Style, and Emotion in Classical Rondos”

Adam Jordan, FIMS, “Exploring Health Care Consumer Engagement in Clinical Practice Guideline Development”

Pankhuri Malik, Law, “How can Trademark Law Adapt to the Changing Technologies in Neuromarketing?”

Cathy Benedict, Music, “Hearing Loss and Hearing Aid Use on Music Perception in Performing Musicians”

MUSICAL PERFORMANCES

Orlena Bray and Maxime Crawford Holland, Music, “Collaborative Learning: Community Through Choral Art”

FIMULAW is pleased to host Music Education PhD students Caroline Blumer and Kyle Zavitz as performers during the lunch break.

POSTERS

Posters may be accessed online through the FIMULAW Event Journal: https://ir.lib.uwo.ca/fimulaw/
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Amara Pope, FIMS, “Musical Artists as Entrepreneurs: Assessing Popular Artists’ Brand Partnerships, Social Media Usage, and Performance of Identity Politics
Amber Matthews, FIMS, “Racialized Youth and the Public Library: A Critical Race Theory Approach to Program Utilization and Effectiveness
Brianna Desantis, Music, “See it and Believe it: Imagery for Singers
Christina Catenacci, Law, “Workplace Privacy in the Private Sector: An Examination of Electronic Surveillance Technologies in Canada and the United States
Jeff Lupker, Music, “Modernizing Links Between Text and Music: Connecting the Sentiment Properties of Text with Those of Spectral Music
Jeremy Thompson, FIMS, “The Role of Embodied Information in Becoming Anti-Fragile: Through the Lens of Ultramarathon Running
Laura Curtis, Music, “The Impact of Infertility on Female Vocalist Identity
Meghan Kirkland, FIMS, “Student-Run Journals and Experiential Learning: Introducing Emerging Library & Information Perspectives
Nafiz Zaman Shuva, FIMS, “Expectations of Canadian Life, Actual Post-Arrival Experience, and Pre-Arrival Information Seeking: Results from a Study on Bangladeshi Immigrants in Canada
Njokuji Ogechi Judith, Law, “A Green Mindset: A Study of Nigeria’s Electricity Legislative Framework, with a Specific Focus on the Viability of Grid Connection, Transmission and Offtake Potential for Small Scale Renewable Generation Purposes
Roger Chabot, FIMS, “Making Sense of Sense-Making: Uncovering Dervin’s Hermeneutic Intentions