Cale Passmore University of Saskatchewan
Currently exploring race-experience interactions as a research associate with HCI.
Graduate of University of Saskatchewan (B.A. Psychology (honors), B.A. English (honors)) and University of Toronto (M.A. English/Critical Theory), my thesis was on "The Language of Consciousness: Phenomenal Experiences of Thinking & Meaning-Making".
Prior work includes: Building and maintaining an international, online learning commons and virtual community center for rural and indigenous populations; employing hermeneutic phenomenology to resolve dilemmas in self-reported experiences; advances in neurophenomenology as a tool for verifying qualitative data.
+ Race, class, culture, and marginalization
+ Differences in racial experiences of technology and media
+ Indigenous relationships with technology (primarily digital)
+ Phenomenology, language, and narrative
+ Psychology of meaning-making
+ Dialectical materialist approaches to esteem and social perception