Katie MacEntee

Katie’s doctoral research focuses on the development of assessment models specific to participatory arts-based HIV and AIDS education programs in the Southern African context. Her MA her thesis, Where are We Now? Qualitative assessment of participatory arts-based sexual health education in Canada, looked at how current youth-centered sexual health initiatives measure and show their failures and successes.

Awards:

Joseph-Armand Bombardier SSHRC scholarship

Publications:

MacEntee, K., Labacher, L., & Murray, J. (in press). Girls use digital photography to speak out about sexuality and HIV. Girlhood Studies Journal.

MacEntee, K. & Mitchell, C. (in press). Lost in translation. In L. Theron, C. Mitchell, A. Smith and J. Stuart (eds.) Picturing research: Drawing(s) as visual methodology. Rotterdam: Sense.

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