Pamela Lamb

Pamela Lamb is a doctoral student in the Department of Integrated Studies in Education at McGill University. She is currently working with Dr. Claudia Mitchell on the IPaSS-funded project Networks for Change and Well-being: Girl-led ‘From the Ground Up’ Policy-making to Address Sexual Violence in Canada and South Africa, dedicated to the working group ‘engaging policy makers.’ Her background is broadly interdisciplinary, with training in nursing (RN), women’s studies (BA Honors), and media studies (MA). Her PhD research investigates the role of autoethnography and relational art practices in raising consciousness of social injustices such as violence towards Indigenous women, and building social justice alliances. 


Academic Awards

Max Bell Scholarship, McGill University, 2016
Graduate Excellence Award, McGill University, 2016
Graduate Research Bursary, Concordia University, 2012
Daniel Feist Memorial Scholarship, Concordia University, 2011
Provost Scholarship, Concordia University, 2010