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ANDERSON, Emma »


Associate Professor
Associate professor
Faculty of Arts
Classics and Religious Studies

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Office: (613) 562-5800 X1176
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History of Christianity (particularly Catholicism); Missionaries and native peoples in 17th century Canada; Traditional aboriginal spirituality; First Nations' relationship with the Catholic church (historically and contemporaneously); Native peoples and the impact of residential schools; Saint Kateri Tekakwitha; The Jesuits; Popular and "lived" religion; Catholic veneration of the Virgin Mary and of saints; Relics and miracles; Saint-Making: the canonization process in the Catholic Church; Christian martyrdom; Jean de Brebeuf and the cult of the North American Martyrs; Native martyrs; Catholic shrines and pilgrimages; Aboriginal pilgrimage in Canada; Marian apparitions (visions of the Virgin Mary); "Clerico-nationalism" in 19th century Quebec; Vatican II and the Quiet Revolution in Quebec; Developments in the contemporary Catholic church (including the pontificate of Pope Francis I); Multiculturalism and religion in contemporary Canada.

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CHARTRAND, Larry »


Associate professor
Faculty of Law
Common Law

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Office: 613-562-5800 (3713)
Cell: 819-665-0802
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I take an interdisciplinary approach to Indigenous peoples' issues including work involving Aboriginal rights and Treaty rights as understood from the perspective of Canadian law, International law and Indigenous legal traditions. Main areas of focus currently include Indigenous Identity and citizenship, Metis issues, Treaty interpretation and modern Treaties, Indigenous self-determination and sovereignty, critical Indigenous theory, decolonization Indigenous justice reform, and Indigenous legal traditions. Other areas of interest include Tort law, Constitutional law and International humanitarian law, including Rwandan gacaca courts and transitional law issues.

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GIROUX, Dalie »


Associate professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Political Studies

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Office: 613-562-5800 (1715)
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Perspective critique sur les rapports entre la culture, la société et le pouvoir, en particulier: les rapports culturels et scientifiques entre les peuples autochtones et les cultures étatiques; la conception de l'espace, des paysages et des milieux de vie dans les sociétés capitalistes; la situation psychopolitique du Québec contemporain.

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MORSE, Bradford W. »


Professor
Full professor
Faculty of Law
Common Law

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Cell: 613-889-8896
Home: 613-821-1681
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Aboriginal issues in Canada, U.S.A., Australia and New Zealand: Land claims, self-government, treaty rights, aboriginal rights, Metis rights, constitutional reform, administration of justice, intergovernmental relations, wildlife harvesting, international indigenous rights, human rights, etc. Northern Governance: territorial governmental jurisdiction and federal-territorial relations

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SAAVEDRA-VARGAS, Marcelo »


Professor
Part-time professor
Faculty of Arts
History

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Cell: 613-762-7822
Home: 613-837-0058
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Indigenous perspectives, indigenous cosmovisions, indigenous epistemologies, development, globalization, sustainable development, indigenous governance

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SIOUI, Georges »


Coordinator, Aboriginal Studies Program
Associate professor
Faculty of Arts
Classics and Religious Studies

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Office: 613-562-5800 (1165)
Cell: 819-639-1789
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Études autochtones, histoire amérindienne, histoire autochtone, culture, spiritualité, philosophie,éducation, peuples indigènes, peuples minoritaires, études canadiennes.

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