Western University has the following experts available to speak on a range of topics in the lead up to the coronation of King Charles III.
Assistant Professor, Department of History
Areas of expertise: Public history, Canadian history and social history.
Assistant Professor, Department of History and the Indigenous Studies Program
Areas of expertise: Indigenous relations with the crown, sixties scoop and the residential school system, commemoration and preservation of Indigenous cultural heritage.
Professor, Department of History
Areas of expertise: The coronation as it relates to heritage commemoration, public history, social memory, cultural identity, and representation.
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Information & Media Studies
Areas of expertise: Royal Family and visual culture, media and visual representation during the coronation.
Lecturer, Faculty of Information & Media Studies
Areas of expertise: Popular culture and the Royal Family, structures of power, media representation, politics of loss.
PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science
Areas of expertise: How Canadians relate to the Monarchy, Canadian political institutions, political leadership, political culture and Conservatism.
Associate Professor, Department of Sociology
Areas of expertise: Media coverage of Royals, media framing of the Royal Family, gender inequality, social media representation.
MEDIA CONTACT: Justin Zadorsky, Media Relations Officer, Western University, 226.377.1673 (mobile), firstname.lastname@example.org.