Graduate Student, University of Guelph

Danielle McNabb is a graduate student in the Criminology and Criminal Justice program at the University of Guelph. She is broadly interested in issues that concern the intersection between law and politics.

Danielle’s latest project evaluates the justice gap between legislative reform in the area of sexual assault, and continued underreporting. She also researches topics in the field of digital politics, particularly, the role of digital feminist activism and “hashtag feminism” in challenging sexual violence and the underreporting status quo.

Experience

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    Graduate Student, University of Guelph