Research Assistant (2014-2016)

MA Candidate in Art History
Department of Art History, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec

Sarah Nesbitt is an MA candidate in Art History at Concordia University in Montreal. Her current research addresses the relationship between space, identity formation and colonization/decolonization. Sarah is currently engaging the former topics in her Masters thesis, which compares the iconographic and social trajectories of a series of recent interactive settler memorial plaques on Boulevard Saint Laurent street in Montreal, and a large rock placed on the campus of McGill University, which memorializes the historic Haudenosaunee settlement of Hochelaga.