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Anne Bailey Kerry, PhD Student

Kerry Anne Bailey

PhD Student

Graduate Students
Department of Sociology

Area(s) of Interest:

Biography

Research Interests

Indigenous Peoples
Race and Ethnicity
Social Inequality
Qualitative Methods

Invited Talks

Discussant - "Canada at the Crossroads: Boundaries, Bridges, and Laissez-Faire Racism in Indigenous-Settler Relations" by Dr Denis - September 16th 2016.

Guest Speaker - Case Studies of Social Inequality (Course 2RR3 - Sociology, McMaster University), Dr. Jeffrey Denis - March 22 2016

Indigenous Studies Program - Speaker Series - Feb 6 2014

Conference Presentations

June 2015. "From Reconciliation to Revolution". Paper presented with Dr. Jeff Denis at the Canadian Sociological Association Conference, Ottawa, ON.

August 2014. "Racism Within The University: Indigenous Students' Experiences". Paper presented at the American Sociological Association Conference, San Francisco, CA

June 2014. "Racism and the Boundaries it Creates within the Canadian University Environment". Paper presented at the Qualitative Analysis Conference, University of Western, London, ON.

June 2013. "Racism Within The Canadian University Environment". Paper Presented at the Canadian Sociology Association Conference, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC.

May 2013. "Effects of Post-Secondary Education For Aboriginal Canadians". Paper Presented at the annual Jane Synge Memorial Conference, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON.

April 2005. "A Life History". Paper Presented at the annual University of Guelph Graduate Student Conference, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON.

 Selected Grants and Awards

Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship - Doctoral Award, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 09/2014-04/2018

Education

  • Ph.D. Sociology. In Progress. McMaster University, Hamilton, ON.
    • Committee: Jeff Denis (Supervisor), Vic Satzewich, Melanie Heath
    • Dissertation: "Racism in the University: Indigenous Students' Experiences
    • Comprehensive exams: Race and Ethnicity, Distinction, Social Inequality
  • M.A. Sociology. 2009. University of Guelph, Guelph, ON.
    • Committee: Terisa Turner (Advisor), Vivian Shalla, Belinda Leach
    • Thesis: "Disunity, Power, and Resistance: The Mackenzie Gas Pipeline and the Dene in Canada's
    • Northwest Territories - 1974 - 2008"
  • B.A. (Honours) Anthropology. 2004. University of Western, London, ON
  • B.A. Psychology. 2003. University of Western, London, ON

Teaching

Teaching Assistantships:

Case Studies of Social Inequality (2RR3), Department of Sociology, McMaster University, 01/2016 to 04/2016

Introduction to Sociological Research (2Z03), Department of Sociology, McMaster University, 09/2015 to 12/2015

Race and Ethnic Group Relations (2E06), Department of Sociology, McMaster University, 09/2013 to 12/2013

Introduction to Sociological Theory (2SO6), Department of Sociology, McMaster University, 09/2012 to 04/2013

Introduction to Sociology (SOC1100), Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Guelph, 9/2004 to 4/2005

Research

Publications

JOURNAL ARTICLES:

Bailey, K.A. (2016). Racism Within the Canadian University: Indigenous Students' Experiences. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 39(7).

BOOK CHAPTERS:

Denis, Jeffrey S., and Kerry A. Bailey. Forthcoming (2017). "Decolonizing Canada, Reconciling with Indigenous Peoples: How Settler "Allies" Conceive of their Roles and Goals" in Reading Sociology: Canadian Perspectives, Third Edition, edited by Lorne Tepperman and Patrizia Albanese. Oxford University Press.  

Denis, Jeffrey S., and Kerry A. Bailey. Forthcoming (2016). "'You Can't Have Reconciliation without Justice': How Non-Indigenous Participants in Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Process Understand their Roles and Goals." in Non-Indigenous Responsibility to Engage: Scoping Reconciliation and Its Alternatives, edited by Tom Clark, Ravi Da Costa, and Sarah Maddison. Springer.  

OTHER:

Bailey, K.A. (2016). Colonial Genocide: Using Contemporary Analysis to Realize Change. Ethnic and Racial Studies Review, 39(3). [Book Review]

Research Assistantships:

01/2014 to 04/2014 - Project: "Pathways to Being an Ally: How Some Non-Indigenous Canadians Embrace Reconciliation", Supervisor: Jeff Denis, Funding: Faculty of Social Sciences, McMaster University.

6/2013 to 8/2013 - Project: "Pathways to Being an Ally: How Some Non-Indigenous Canadians Embrace Reconciliation", Supervisor: Jeff Denis, Funding: Arts Research Board, Standard Research Grant.