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ANDERSON, Emma »


Full 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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COLÓN, Raúl »


Part-time professor
Faculty of Arts
School of Translation and Interpretation

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Cell: 613-818-2755
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Raúl Ernesto Colón Rodríguez is a PhD in Translation Studies and Part-time professor at the University of Ottawa. He had worked (French-Spanish and English-French) in editorial, cinematographic, Canadian Francophonie and United Nations translation areas in Canada (2007-2019). He completed in 2011 a Master’s degree in TS at the University of Ottawa, and since 2011 he had published chapters, articles, translations and book reviews in American, Canadian, Spanish, Colombian, Polish and Brazilian publications. His PhD Thesis with Complexity Theory as theoretical approach, was about Collaborative Activist Translation 2.0 in Canada and he successfully defended his thesis in 2018. He also does research on the links between Translation, Exiles and Migrations of Latin-Americans in North America, and take part in the actual public discussion on Academic freedoms.

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English and French , Spanish; Russian; Portuguese

STOLARIK, Mark »


Mark STOLARIK

Chairholder, Slovak History and Culture
Full professor
Faculty of Arts
History

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Office: 613-562-5800 (1286)
Home: 613-825-6015
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Research information:

Immigration to North America. Slovak immigration to North America. History of Slovakia. History of Central Europe.

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English only, Slovac