Katherine Morton, Memorial University

I am a researcher and PhD candidate at Memorial University of Newfoundland.  While working on my current post-colonial research on social meanings of spaces of violence, I am also working as the student co-chair of the CSA Violence and Society Research Cluster.  I research in both British Columbia and Newfoundland with a focus on Indigenous issues, race, gender and space in both of these provinces.

Please feel free to contact me using the Contact page on this site, or you can contact me directly at kam813@mun.ca.  You can also follow me: https://mun.academia.edu/KatherineMorton

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Katherine A. Morton

I’m a feminist anti-oppressive researcher at Memorial University interested in race, space and gender in Canada. My research is diverse and includes issues of residential schools, missing and murdered Indigenous women, hitchhiking, the politics of ugliness, gendered violence and contemporary social theory.

I regularly present at conferences both in Canada and internationally.  I was a participant in the Critical Theory Workshop held annually at the Sorbonne in 2016.  I am the student co-chair for the Canadian Sociological Association research cluster for Violence and Society.  More information on the Violence and Society Research Cluster can be found here:


For more information about my research and interests, please explore the pages on this site.  If you would like to get in touch, please refer to the Contact page.

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This is a contact page with some basic contact information and a contact form.