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BOUCLIN, Suzanne »


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Faculty of Law
Common Law

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Areas of research, collaborations and publication include: law and social media, feminist aesthetics, law and popular culture, the criminal regulation of vulnerable groups, law and poverty and social justice.

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BOURQUE, Dominique »


Associate professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Women's Studies Institute

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French materialist feminist and political lesbian theories, Women writers and artists, autorepresentations of marginalized people, un-marking strategies.

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EBANDA DE B'BERI, Boulou »


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Faculty of Arts
Communication

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Office: 6135625800#3826
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Questions of intercultural communication, medias' representation of ethnic minorities; cultural identity, racism, racialization, and cultural history in Canada and in Black Africa.

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GILES, Audrey R. »


Audrey R. Giles

Assistant Professor
Assistant professor
Faculty of Health Sciences
School of Human Kinetics

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Office: 613-562-5800 (2988)
Home: 613-845-0092
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Dr. Giles' research examines Aboriginal people's (though especially women's) participation in physical activity, sport, and recreation in the NWT, Nunavut, and Northern Alberta. Her expertise pertains to traditional games, gender, "tradition," and drowning prevention. Sport for development in Aboriginal communities.

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KELLY, Christine »


Postdoctoral fellow
Faculty of Social Sciences
Women's Studies Institute

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My work explores the politics of care and Canadian disability movements. I have research experience with direct-funded home care models, personal support worker education, disability and health-related nonprofit organizations and disability activism in Canada. 

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MAGNET, Shoshana »


Shoshana Magnet

Professor
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Faculty of Social Sciences
Women's Studies Institute

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Office: 613 562 5800 (2783)
Home: 613 421 4833
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My work is on security, technologies and inequality. The technologies I study include biometrics, RFIDs, backscatter X-rays as well as robotics, including robots used in the military. I also study surveillance.

 

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REGAN WILLS, Emily »


Assistant professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Political Studies

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Office: 613-582-5800 x2426
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My geographical areas of expertise are the United States and the Arab Middle East, particularly Lebanon, Palestine/Israel, Egypt, and Kuwait. My thematic areas of expertise are social movements, migrants and migration, refugees, and community organizing and NGOs. I am also able to comment on social issues more broadly in my countries of interest.

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SALEHI, Shabnam »


Visiting professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Graduate School of Public and International Affairs

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As a Visiting Researcher at the University of Ottawa, I am currently engaging in research on human rights issues, with a particular focus on subjects aligned with human rights in rights situation in Afghanistan and human rights and immigration. Prior to this, I had the privilege of leading the women's rights mandate of the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission, where I developed and designed several programs on Human rights specifically women's rights, elimination of early and child marriage, gender equality, and violations against women. I have also contributed to curriculum development and had the opportunity to teach courses in public policy and administration, law, and political science, and serve as a lecturer at Kabul University.

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STEELE, Jackie F. »


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Faculty of Social Sciences
Political Studies

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Political representation (women/minorities), comparative electoral systems, democratic deficit, quota laws, electoral reform, liberal/republican theories of citizenship, democratic institutions, Charter of Rights and Freedoms, family law, same-sex marriage, women's equality concerns in Canada, Québec and Japan. Canadian Politics and Parliamentary Processes (Canada, Japan)

Comparative Electoral Systems Design and Representational Quotas Women, Politics, Public Policies (Canada, Quebec, Japan) Constitutionalism, Federalism, and Multinational Democracy Equality, Diversity and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms Feminist Movement Activism in Canada, Quebec and Japan Feminist Theory, Neo-Republicanism, and Critical Democratic Theories Theory/Practice of Political Liberty in Contemporary Constitutional Democracies 

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TREVENEN, Kathryn »


Kathryn TREVENEN

Assistant professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Women's Studies Institute

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Office: 613-562-5800 (2326)
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Feminist and political theory in a global context. International women's organizations, the international human rights network and the impact of globalization on modern states and political participation.

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