CFUW Linda Souter Humanities Award
2020-2021 Total Value: $6,000
Inaugurated in 2015, the award is named to honour Linda Souter, the only Canadian member of CFUW that has served both as President of CFUW and Graduate Women International (formerly known as International Federation of University Women, IFUW). Awarded to a masters or doctoral student studying in the area of the Humanities. Generally, study in the Humanities is theoretical and does not involve empirical methodology. The Humanities could include the following: English Language and Literature, History, Languages Study, Classics, Philosophy, Film Studies, Communication Studies, and Culture Studies.
2019-2020 Winner: TIFFANY KAEWEN DANG
B.A. Architecture (Hons.), 2014, University of Toronto
M.L.A. Landscape Architecture, 2017, Harvard University
Ph.D. Geography, 2018-2022, University of Cambridge
Tiffany Kaewen Dang’s current doctoral research examines the history and evolution of the Canadian national parks system as an infrastructure of colonization, utilizing interdisciplinary discourses on landscape, wilderness, and settler-colonialism. By establishing a comprehensive history of this system of dispossession, a conversation can begin for developing intersectional, feminist, and decolonial strategies for the future of the parks. Tiffany is originally from Edmonton, AB, Canada, on Treaty 6 territory.