Nimalan Yoganathan is a PhD student in Communication Studies at Concordia University where he also completed an MA in Media Studies.
Nimalan’s current research interests include anti-racist protest tactics, sound as resistance, decolonized and intersectional modes of listening, as well as how race and racism are (mis)represented in news, popular media and children’s literature. He has published articles for Canadian Dimension and Organised Sound.
Nimalan has presented his research at the International Conference on Arts and Humanities (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), The Politics of Listening Conference (Sydney, Australia) and the Toronto International Electroacoustic Symposium.
Nimalan is also a parent of two young children and is deeply committed to anti-racist and abolitionist parenting philosophies.