Research Spotlight

Featured Research:

AI and Human Emotion

Artificial Intelligence and the Detection of Human Emotion:
Can Artificial Intelligence be taught to reliably interpret human emotion? Should we try to teach them?

Featuring Assistant Professor Luke Stark. April 2022.


The Right to Repair

Resisting the Inevitable Through Repair:
What is the human impact when we treat objects as disposable and easily replaceable? What are the consequences of prioritizing production over repair?

Featuring Assistant Professor Alissa Centivany. April 2022.

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The Smoke Signals Archive

Indigenous radio archive project works towards preserving three decades of First Nations history:
Cataloguing and archiving 30 years of the radio program Smoke Signals.

Featuring Dan and Mary Lou Smoke. April 2022.


The Museum of Dreams

From the Inside Out: Exploring the Social & Political Impact of Dreams:
How were people's dreams affected with the arrival of COVID-19 in early 2020?

Featuring Professor Sharon Sliwinski. June 2022.


Forest City Memories

Forest City Memories: Rethinking London's Past and Present:
London, Ontario has history that's worth examining more closely.

Featuring Assistant Professor Basil Chiasson. May 2022.

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Community Engaged Learning

Ensuring Community Engaged Learning benefits everyone:
How do we design experiential learning opportunities that will benefit students and community partners?

Featuring Associate Professor Sandra Smeltzer.


From Remote Stars

From Remote Stars - R. Buckminster Fuller:
What was systems theorist R. Buckminster Fuller's futuristic vision for London back in 1968?

Featuring Assistant Professor Sarah Smith. July 2022.


Accounting for Injustice

Accounting for Injustice: AFTRA, Work & Singers' Royalties:
Why have African American musicians been underpaid throughout history?

Featuring Associate Professor Matt Stahl. June 2022.

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Useful + Beautiful

There is no structure in art because art is free - and that is why art is remembered:
The way information is categorized affects how we understand it.

Featuring Associate Professor Melissa Adler. July 2022.