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Associate Professor and Chair of Religion and Culture
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: Post-Colonial; Diaspora; South Asian; Caribbean; Multiculturalism; Ethnic; South Asian Canadian; Post-Colonial Feminism Feminist Historiography
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Associate Professor, Geography; Associate Director, International Migration Research Centre
Areas of Expertise: Immigration Indian diaspora; Ethnicity Gender Population dynamics (Canada); India-Canada social and economic connections
Biography: Margaret Walton-Roberts is an associate professor in the Geography and Environmental studies department at Wilfrid Laurier University Ontario, and associate director of the International Migration Research Centre. Her research addresses gender, Indian?
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Areas of Expertise: Religion and media; Religion and technology; Haiti/Haitian Vodou/Haitian diaspora; Citizen media (online social networking, blogging, etc.); Ubiquitous computing
Biography: My research is generally concerned with the intersection of media, technology and identity within the context of religious, social and cultural movements. Earlier research fell within the growing area of religion and media scholarship, an?
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