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Acting Dean of Arts
Areas of Expertise: Food and spirituality; University learning-abroad programs Christian origins Academic study of religion
Biography: Laurier's Department of Religion and Culture has been my academic home since 1993. I currently also serve as the Associate Dean: Research and Curriculum in the Faculty of Arts. ?
Associate Professor & Undergraduate Advisor
Areas of Expertise: Environment and ethics; Climate change; Religion; Atheism; Modern Philosophy
Professor Emeritus and Associate Director Viessmann European Research Centre
Areas of Expertise: Regional development in Canada; Ethnicity, religion and income variation in Canada; Regional development in Paraguay; Industrial development in former East Germany
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Areas of Expertise: Politics, religion and society in West Africa; Mass media in African society; Eugenics and scientific racism; Sexuality in other cultures
Biography: History of anthropology, symbolic anthropology, representations of sexuality, legal anthropology, the anthropological study of mass media. Geographical area: Africa.
Professor, 3M National Teaching Fellow
Areas of Expertise: African Diaspora; African Caribbean religion; Religion and immigration; African Canadian; Religion and popular culture; Caribbean religion and culture; African-Canadians
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Areas of Expertise: Psychology of religion; Personal needs and religion; Personality and religion; Effects of conflict on children; Psychotherapy; Religion and social justice; Gender and religion; Concepts of self in different cultures and settings; Images of God or the divine
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Contract Academic Staff
Areas of Expertise: Feminist theory; Contemporary Paganism; Environmental ethics; Disability studies; Popular culture; Women and religion
519 884 0710 ext.3626
Areas of Expertise: Archaeology; Egypt; Jordan; Israel; Mesopotamia; Ancient religions
Biography: Dr. P. M. Michele Daviau is Professor of Near Eastern Archaeology at Wilfrid laurier University and a member of the Graduate Faculty in the Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations at the University of Toronto. Since 1996, Dr. Daviau has?
519-884-1970 ext.6050 or 3625
Areas of Expertise: Sociology of religion; Religion and politics in Central America; Social Movements; Aging and Activism
Biography: I first came to Laurier in 1998 as a sessional instructor and joined the Department of Sociology as a full-time faculty member in 2001. Since that time my research has focused on various social justice issues and movements in Latin America and?
Associate Professor & Graduate Officer
Areas of Expertise: South Asian religions, history, literature, and languages; Buddhist transmission across Asia; Gandharan manuscripts, epigraphy, and archaeology; Inscriptions and petroglyphs in northern Pakistan
Biography: Jason Neelis studies religious traditions of South Asia in historical, economic, and material contexts, with an emphasis on issues related to processes of cross-cultural mobility and exchange. In Early Buddhist Transmission and Trade Networks (Brill,?