Media

Television

•CTV Atlantic: televised interview concerning local MLA and “Black Pete” controversy. December 2, 2013 (televised on the CTV).

•Global TV: in-studio interview concerning Papal Elections. March 3, 2013 (televised on Global Atlantic).

•CTV Atlantic: in-studio interview concerning apocalyptic beliefs in association with 12/21/12. December 20, 2012 (televised on the CTV).

•CBC News Now: nationally televised interview concerning apocalyptic beliefs in association with 12/21/12. December 20, 2012 (televised on the CBC and CBC Newsworld).

•CTV National News: interview concerning early Coptic Christian document. September 20, 2012.

•CBC News Nova Scotia: interview concerning academic integrity, plagiarism, and student conduct. November 23, 2010.

•CBC News Now: nationally televised interview concerning Halloween and Samain Rituals. October 28, 2010 (televised on the CBC and CBC Newsworld).

•CBC News Now: nationally televised interview concerning Groundhog Day and Candle Mass Rituals. February 2, 2010 (televised on the CBC and CBC Newsworld).

•Global Television: televised interview concerning the various rituals associated with the Christmas Holidays. December 18, 2009.

•History Channel (USA), Ancient Ink (Indigo Films Producers): on camera expert concerning ancient tattoo practices and ritual, April, 2008.

•CBC News Nova Scotia: televised interview concerning the Lord’s Prayer being used at public functions. March 30, 2007.

•CBC News: Sunday Report with Evan Solomon and Carole MacNeil, in-depth nationally televised interview concerning Millennialism and apocalyptic reporting in the media in the United States. August 6, 2006 (televised on the CBC and CBC Newsworld).

•CTV Live at Five, televised interview concerning Wicca and Neo-Pagan Midsummer Festivals, June 21, 2006.

Radio

•CBC Radio One: Main Street, detailed interview concerning “Virtual Tibet” October 10, 2014.

•95.7: Maritime Morning Weekend Edition with Scott Simpson, detailed interview concerning Internet and Religion. January 13, 2013.

•95.7: Maritime Morning with Jordi Morgan, detailed interview concerning apocalyptic beliefs and  21/12/12. November 19, 2012.

•CBC Radio One: Information Morning: Nova Scotia, detailed interview concerning “Religion and Diversity Project.” August 9, 2010

•BBC World Service: Heart and Soul, detailed interview with host Tim Jackson concerning religion and the Internet “Free to Speak–Free to Worship.” Part 1, December 11, 2007; part 2 December 18, 2007.

•CBC Radio One: Sounds Like Canada with Shelagh Rogers, detailed interview with Shelagh Rogers concerning religion on the Internet. Broadcast October 3, 2007.

•CBC Radio Canada International, detailed interview with Mary Travis concerning Christmas Rituals. Interview 1, “Christmas Traditions” broadcast December 28, 2006. Interview 2, “Christmas Tree” broadcast December 29, 2006.

Print

•The Coast, in-depth story on my research examining “Virtual Tibet” titled “Live Streaming Religion: The Dalai Lama is Hipper than you Think” by Sara Lawrynuik November 13, 2014.

•Metro, information source concerning the “Black Pete” controversy. “Inappropriate for Halifax MLA to pose with Dutch ‘Black Pete’: Expert” by Haley Ryan. December 2, 2013.

•The Huffington Post, information source concerning online religious activity. “What Would Jesus Tweet? As Congregations Decline Religion Booms Online” by Felicity Morse, March 16, 2013.

•The National Post, information source concerning apocalyptic beliefs. “Waiting for doomsday: Our apocalypse obsession likely to last long past 21/12/12,” by Sarah Boesveld, September 28, 2012.

•CBC.ca, information source concerning tattooing and tattoo practices in Canada. “Tattoo Culture Making Its Mark on Millennials,” by Matt Kwong, September 19, 2012.

•The Coast, one of four local professors highlighted for research. “Outstanding in their Fieldwork,” by Laura Kenins, September 2, 2010.

•The Coast, information source for article on Second Life and virtual reality environments titled “Real Life: Second Life offers its users a heightened reality, and that may not be a bad thing,” by reporter Michelle Kay, January 17-24, 2008.

•The Western Muslim, information source for news story on Islam and the Internet titled “Dot Com Islam: How Muslims are Doing Religion Online,” by reporter Salma Mohiuddin, Summer 2007.

•The Canadian Press, information source for news story on religion and the Internet titled “Faithful Flock Online,” by reporter James Keller, June 6, 2007.

•The Daily News, full page story on my research related to religion and the Internet titled “Googling for God: virtual worship goes mainstream,” by reporter Jon Tattrie, April 15, 2007.

•The Chronicle Herald, information source for news story on controversial church ad campaign titled “Church ad becomes hot topic,” by reporter Chris Lambie, January 31, 2007.

•The Coast, in-depth story on my participation in the Dalhousie University “Discover the Unexpected” campaign titled “Heart on his sleeves.” January 11-18, 2007.

•The Daily News, in-depth story on my participation in the Dalhousie University “Discover the Unexpected” campaign titled “Dal’s newest poster boy.” December 10, 2006.

•Pittsburgh Tribune Review, information source for news story titled “Godcasts spread the Word” by reporter Greg Latshaw. August 13, 2006.

•The Daily News, full page story on current research titled “The Church of Cyberspace,” by reporter Richard Cuthbertson. January 9, 2006.

•Globe and Mail (Canadian Associated Press), information source for news story on Transcendental Meditation titled “Indian guru who taught the Beatles sets sights on Canada,” by reporter James Keller, October 17, 2005.