Marston LaFrance Research Fellowship awarded

The 2009-10 Marston LaFrance Research Fellowship has been awarded to Professor Fiona Mackenzie, from the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies.

Prof. Mackenzie will use the fellowship to work on two projects, including one that explores the narratives that challenge dominant notions of property and nature in the Scottish Highlands and Islands, and a second project entitled Crofting communities and land ownership in Scotland: towards sustainable future. The fellowship was established in 1979 by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences in memory of Marston LaFrance, former Carleton Professor of English and Dean of Arts.

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