Graham is currently completing his M.A. in History at Concordia University, having attained a B.A. in Communications and Cultural Studies. His areas of interest include settler colonial subjectivity; public culture and collective memory; and cultural production and gentrification. His current project explores the social history of the monument to Samuel de Champlain in Orillia, Ontario. Widely understood to be deeply problematic, Graham’s work aims to use oral history interviews to dissect how the discourse of reconciliation circulates within community-based processes towards the monument’s potential remediation or removal.