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Post Doctoral Fellows and Research Associates


Marcus Sibley

Marcus' research focuses on the intersections of policing, sexual and gender-based violence, and the criminalization of human trafficking. Marcus recently completed his PhD in Legal Studies at Carleton University and is extremely excited to be joining researchers at Laurier to better understand perceptions of homelessness by community stakeholders, law enforcement, and private security groups and to ultimately broker dialogue between those that face housing precarity and the institutions that may be furthering their exclusion from our communities.

Jason Webb

Jason Webb's research interest in political sociology entails transformations in state governance and their effects on low-income households. His previous research examined how the contemporary political economy of welfare shaped social reproduction for families experiencing homelessness. Currently, his research concentrates on the intersection of criminal law and social policy, and how they structure the moral regulation of poverty in Canada. 

Contact Us:

Carrie Sanders, Director

Bree Akesson, Associate Director

Samantha Henderson, Project Coordinator

T: 519.756.8228 x5376