This directory lists current graduate students at McMaster University who are interested in paid opportunities to work with our collections on behalf of researchers who are unable to visit our location in person.
The William Ready Division of Archives and Research Collections maintains this directory as a courtesy to facilitate connections between students and external researchers. The students listed in this directory are not employees of the University Library and must be consulted personally about their fees and services. We cannot participate in any way in these negotiations.
Kevin Malton, PhD English
British Empire, affect, nostalgia, leftist politics
Johannah Bird, PhD in English
literature, Indigenous studies, art/maps, spirituality/religion, land/place
Raphaela G O Pavlakos, PhD English and Cultural Studies
Indigenous Literatures (Canada), Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee Literatures, Canadian Literatures
Rajeshwari Nandkumar, PhD Candidate in English and Cultural Studies
Postcolonial studies and post colonial literature with an emphasis on the representation of gender and sexuality. Extremely adept at close reading, summarization and analysis of complex text. Also, trained in Critical theory and Cultural Studies.
Triveni Srikaran, PhD candidate in the Departments of History and Gender Studies
My research interests are modern British cultural and social history, women's history, and art history. I am also well versed in print media, popular culture, and art movements of Britain's late 19th and early 20th-century period.
Reid Quinn Bianchini, M. A. History
Russian History, East Asian History, and history of the Americans
Iyanna Wellington Perkins, MA History
Outbreaks, Health, public health and medicine in the Americas
Tina Kocic, PhD in History
Eternally curious and in awe of things from the past.
Matthew Monrose, History
PhD candidate interested in social, literary, and intellectual history.
Jordan Zivanovich, PhD History
Interested in early 20th century American social history with a specific focus on moral panics.
Nevcihan Ozbilge, History
Canadian History, Environmental History, Indigenous History, Energy History, History of Colonialism, Turkish History
Zahra Tootonsab, English and Cultural Studies
Interested in urban development. I specialize in environmental humanities.
Andy Anim, MA History
Faiday Yetunde Adeleke, M.A. History
Urban history, health, women, gender and bodies
Rachel Sabourin, PhD Communications, New Media and Cultural Studies
Art history, gender studies, criminology, subcultural studies
Kathryn Waring, PhD Communication, New Media, & Cultural Studies
U.S. & Canadian social history, disabliity, cultural studies, oral history
Antonia Stan, Critical Studies and Critical Theory
Early Modern Literatures and Cultures, Canadian History, Political Philosophy