Tricia Toso is a PhD candidate in Concordia’s Communication Studies program. In 2017 worked on the Cabot Square photo voice project, and is currently part of the Chronicles of the St. Pierre River research project. Her research interests are infrastructural systems and the ways the ways in which they interact with one another, geographies and ecologies, people and policy. One of her central research questions is, what is the role of infrastructure in the process of decolonization? How might the implementation and maintenance of infrastructural systems hinder or aid the restitution of Indigenous lands? What future imaginaries might allow for us to develop of model of infrastructure that participates in the decolonization of North America, and offer more equitable and sustainable provision to communities


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