Jessica Janet Jane Penney

j.penney.1@research.gla.ac.uk

Research title

Songusattak (What Strengthens): Constructions of Inuit Health in Nunatsiavut, Canada

Research summary

My research focuses on how Indigenous health and wellbeing is impacted by global processes. 


Publications

Penney, J. 2018. Indigenous Research Methods and MAXQDA. MAXQDA Blog.
[blog] 17 October. Available at: https://www.maxqda.com/indigenous-research-methods-and-maxqda


Penney, J. 2017. Hunting and Imperialism: From the Fur Trade to Colonial Activism.
Groundings Ancients. Volume 5. Pp 52-65. Available at: http://www.groundingsancients.
co.uk/files/ancients-vol-5.pdf


Grants

Commonwealth (University of Glasgow) Scholarship (Commonwealth Scholarship Commission)

 

Research for Change Grant (MAXQDA)

 

Master's Scholarship (Government of Nunavut)

 

PSAC North Regional Scholarship (Public Service Alliance of Canada)

 

Josie Gould Memorial Scholarship (Union of Northern Workers)

 

Academic Excellence Scholarship (University of Glasgow

 

Nunavut Student Scholarship (Pearson College UWC)


Conferences

Muskrat Falls Symposium
Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador, St. John’s, Canada (Sept. 29, 2018)
Title: Labrador Land Protectors’ Conceptions of Health and Resistance


British Sociological Association’s Annual Medical Sociology Conference
Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, UK (Sept. 14, 2018)
Title: Labrador Land Protectors’ Conceptions of Health in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Canada


Social Norms and Health: Critique, Evaluation and Justification Workshop
University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK (Sept. 7, 2018)
Title: Labrador Land Protectors’ Conceptions of Health in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Canada


Learning and Teach Conference
University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK (Mar. 28, 2018)
Title: Enhancing the student learning experience in TEAL spaces