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Associate Professor, Program Coordinator, Women and Gender Studies
Areas of Expertise: feminist theory; feminist ethics; theories of love; gender and consumption; gender and technology; contemporary women's novels
Biography: PROGRAMS …
Professor, Women and Gender Studies/Global Studies
Areas of Expertise: Islam; Gender; South Asian cinema; Bollywood; Languages Spoken: English, Urdu
Biography: TEACHING: …
Professor, Film Studies
Areas of Expertise: Classical Hollywood; New Hollywood; Gender studies; Genre studies; Cultural studies; Film History
Biography: Selected Publications …
Associate Professor & Undergraduate Officer
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
Biography: Research Interests: …
Associate Professor and Area Coordinator, Business Technology Management
Areas of Expertise: Cold War management history; leadership discourse; leadership development; management of professionals; organizational culture and change; gender and organizations
Biography: My general research focus lies in the areas of management …
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…
519 884-0710 ext.2263
Areas of Expertise: Gender, class and family, especially parenting roles, infant care and childrearing; Social welfare and social policy regarding children and families; Health policy, education and care, especially regarding maternity, infants, children and adolescents; The culture of childhood and adolescence in Canada; Adolescents and popular culture in 20th century Canada; The modernization of Canadian families; Canadian families during the Great Depression; The development of industrial hygiene/occupational health programs in Canada during the 20th century.
Biography: Academic Interests …
519 884 0710 ext.3422
Associate Dean of Business: Academic Programs & Associate Professor (OB/HRM)
Areas of Expertise: Language analysis software for business; Communication skills for business; Race, gender, multiculturalism and management
Biography: Kim Morouney teaches courses in professional development (communication, team dynamics, case analysis) and in organizational theory and design. Kim's research looks at the language used in surveys, interviews, political speeches and blogs. She…
519. 884.0710 ext.2485
Full Professor, Sociology and MA CAST
Areas of Expertise: Sociology of medicine; Sociology of sexualities; gender studies; Cultural theory; Feminist theory
Biography: Academic Interests: sexuality and queer theory, feminist thought; qualitative health research and law related to sexuality and health. I have recently expanded my interests in intersex to other forms of bodily diversity and have begun a long-term project…
Assistant Professor, Victorian Britain, British Empire, Cultural history; History of mental illness; Gender and history of Masculinity
Areas of Expertise: Victorian Britain; Cultural history; History of mental illness; Gender and history of Masculinity
Biography: Research Interests …
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