Adjunct assistant professor, Queen's University, Ontario

Dr. Carver has a PhD in Sociology from Queen's University and MA in Psychology from Carleton University. Using a social justice and equity perspective, her research is focused on gender, politics, health, aging, surveillance/privacy and the human-animal bond. At a personal level, and in her primary research, she believes that we should take a stand when we see the need for change. As a result, her research follows her interests and concerns, exploring dynamics of power, politics, inequalities and social justice. Specific areas of research include gender, surveillance and privacy, aging well/successfully from a non-biomedical perspective, the human-animal bond as well as issues concerning wild, abandoned and feral domestic non-human animal populations. She has taught at Queen's University since 2015 and from July 2017 to June 2019 Dr. Carver was a Post Doctoral Fellow at Queen's University, and a SSHRC-funded researcher with Ageing + Communication + Technologies (ACT).

Experience

  • 2017–present
    Adjunct assistant professor, Queen's University, Ontario
  • 2017–2019
    Postdoctoral fellow, Queen's University, Ontario
  • 2015–2017
    Teaching Fellow, Queen's University, Ontario

Education

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    Carleton University, Honours Bachelor of Arts
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    Queen's University, PhD (Sociology)
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    Carleton University, Masters Degree (Psychology)