Podcast

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The History Podcast Episode 1: Interview with Rebecca Tunney

Rebecca Tunney completed an Honours Bachelor of Science degree at UTM in 2019, majoring in Science (Anthropology) and minoring in Arts (Anthropology and Classical Civilization). In 2021, she graduated with a Master of Museum Studies degree from UofT’s Faculty of Information. During that time she interned with the Aga Khan Museum and the Museums of Mississauga. She is currently an Information and Loans Technician at the UTM Library.

The History Forward Podcast Episode 2: Interview with Angelia Meffe

Angelia Meffe completed a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Toronto Mississauga in 2019 with a specialization in Digital Enterprise Management and a minor in Classical Civilization She is currently a Social Media Officer in the Office of Communications at UTM. Angelia hosts the Amused Angel Reading blog and may also be found on Instagram @amusedangelreading.

The History Forward Podcast Episode 3: Interview with Hammad Junejo

Hammad Junejo completed his HBA from the University of Toronto Mississauga with a specialist in History and a minor in Classical Civilization. While a student, he served as a Research Assistant, interned at the Royal Canadian Military Institute, and published a book on the accounts of a Canadian veteran of the Second World War, The Last War That Had To be Fought: https://expressedbooks.com/2019/07/19/our-potential-for-good-and-for-bad-a-qa-with-hammad-junejo/ . Currently he is a history teacher at a private high school where he teaches 19th and 20th century European history. His publication is also available on Amazon.ca.

The History Forward Podcast Episode 4: Interview with Dimitri Thompson

Dimitri Thompson completed his Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Toronto Mississauga in 2019. At UTM he double majored in Communications, Culture and Information Technology and History of Religions. Currently he is working at the University of Toronto in the Faculty of Arts and Science as the Undergraduate Coordinator for Human Biology. He is also working towards his Master of Education degree at OISE with a specialization in Higher Education: Student Development and Student Services.

The History Forward Podcast Episode 5: Interview with Sukarmina Singh Shankar

Sukarmina Singh Shankar is a 2019 Honours BSc graduate with distinction (Specialization: Forensic Anthropology / Minor: South Asian Civilizations). Currently, she is a Research Assistant under the supervision of Dr. V. Kumar Murty (Mathematics, U. of Toronto), and is working on the “Scalable Architecture for Smart Villages” project. While at UTM, she was President of the IVNVI (Forensics) Society, and has also published several papers including one on research conducted during the capstone FSC481 course, in the inaugural edition of the Young Anthropology Journal, addressing the opioid crisis and the death investigation system within Nova Scotia, Canada. Specifically as a student doing a Minor in the Historical Studies Department, she wrote a unique paper on the Textual History of Ayurveda, with the help of select practitioners at the All India Institute of Ayurveda.

The History Forward Podcast Episode 6: Interview with Monica Gill

Monica Gill graduated from UTM in 2017 with an Honours Bachelor of Science degree. She majored in Biology for Health Sciences and minored in Women and Gender Studies and Political Science. After graduation, she volunteered in her community, including with Bethell Hospice in Caledon. Monica also worked as part of a lab team affiliated with Massachusetts General Hospital to publish a research article in the British Journal of Anaesthesia on the reversal of fentanyl’s side effects. This September 2021, Monica began law school at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law to earn her JD.

The History Forward Podcast Episode 7: Interview with Natalie Samuels

Natalie Samuels graduated from UTM in 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology (major) and a double-minor in Latin American and Caribbean Studies and Political Science. Currently, she is a legal assistant at Levien Law. Natalie is also preparing for the LSAT and planning on applying to law school in the next few years.

The History Forward Podcast Episode 8: Interview with Caitlyn Giles Bonekamp

Caitlyn Giles Bonekamp graduated from UTM in 2020 with a minor in History and specialist in Management (BBA). She is now in the Master of Management and Professional Accounting (MMPA) program at UTM, and is working at Ernst & Young for her co-op terms.

The History Forward Podcast Episode 9: Interview with Nico Mara-McKay

Nico Mara-McKay (they/them) is a SSHRC-funded PhD student at the University of Toronto in History with a collaborative specialization in Sexual Diversity Studies. Nico received their MA in History from the University of Guelph and their BA in History and Art History from the University of Toronto. Their research focuses on nonnormative gender expressions in late medieval western Europe. You can find them on Twitter @plutopsyche and at nicomaramckay.com.
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