Kathryn Jezer-Morton

Kathryn Jezer-Morton is a PhD student in Sociology at Concordia University and head of communications at the Milieux Institute for Art, Culture and Technology at Concordia. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times, the Globe and Mail, Next City, and elsewhere.

Recent articles

Study Finds Opioid Users Not Switching To Medical Marijuana

Is there really any truth to the idea that marijuana could be a saving grace for the tens of thousands of people who die every year as a result of opioid overdose?

5 Ways To Prepare Your Pet For A Flight

Flying with a pet is not only stressful and possibly dangerous for them, it's also an exhausting endeavor for you and your travel companions.

Sorry, But Science Doesn’t Favor Microdosing Psychedelics

While the general public might be inclined to experiment with microdosing, researchers stress that it's not so easy breezy.

This Is When Royal Offspring Will Have To Start Bowing To The Queen

According to royal expert and blogger Marlene Eilers Koenig, age five is when royal children are expected to start bowing to Queen Elizabeth.

Did Vikings Bring Marijuana To North America?

Researchers found traces of cannabis in northern Newfoundland, where Vikings landed and settled around the year 1000.

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It’s Complicated: Why We Can’t Seem To Break Up With Facebook

Lately I can’t log onto Facebook without being asked to consider my own motivations for using the site.