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Areas of Expertise: Health-care system; Gender, age, class, ethnicity, homosexuality and health; Women’s diseases, men’s diseases and expenditures; Health-care expenditures; Sociology of science and medicine; Breast cancer and childhood causes
Biography: Academic Interests: gender, health, medicine, research methods.
Professor, Sociology and MA CAST
Areas of Expertise: Sociology of women and gender; Feminist theory; Psychoanalytic feminism; Transgender theory
Associate Dean PhD Program, Professor (Faculty of Social Work); Academic Integrity Advisor (Waterloo Campus)
Areas of Expertise: Social policy especially welfare policy; Workfare; Poverty; Precarious Labour Market; Single Mothers; Women and Gender; International development, international aid; Non-profit organizations
Biography: Dr. Caragata teaches in the areas social policy and community development. Her doctoral teaching includes epistemology and the production of knowledge. ?
Areas of Expertise: gender and crime; Women’s imprisonment; Women's Mental health; Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy
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Associate Professor (Economics) & Director, Laurier Centre for Economic Research & Policy Analysis (LCERPA)
Areas of Expertise: Labour; Gender; Retirement; Policy
Biography: Tammy Schirle is an Associate Professor of Economics at Wilfrid Laurier University. She completed her Ph.D. at the University of British Columbia in 2006. She graduated from the University of Manitoba with a B.A.(Hons) in Economics in 1999 and completed?
Associate Professor, Graduate Advisor, Sociology
Areas of Expertise: Race/anti-racism; Race and education; Race and securitization; Race gender; Imperialism/War on terror; Racialized youth; Canadian Muslim studies - Muslim youth and identity post 9/11, Islamic schools; Muslim women's studies - Islamic feminism, hijab, identity, representation
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Associate Professor, Psychology
Areas of Expertise: Early word learning; Early mathematics learning; Numeracy and mathematics acquisition; Mathematics education; Longitudinal study of language & mathematics development; Gender differences in cognitive development; LittleCounters
Biography: Joanne Lee is a developmental psychologist specializing in mathematics learning and early childhood education. She joined the Department of Psychology at Wilfrid Laurier University in July 2006, after receiving her Ph.D. from the University of?
Areas of Expertise: Canadian poetry and poetics Canadian history through literature Elegy theory, affect theory, feminist theory Gender and sexuality theories
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(519) 884-0710 ext.ex. 2931
Areas of Expertise: United States history, particularly 1790-1877; African American history; Histories of California and of the Old Northwest/U.S. Midwest; History of activism, reform movements, and grassroots politics; Race in the United States, especially pre-1900; Rights and Citizenship in the US, especially pre-1900; Women's and gender history; Antislavery and abolition;
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Areas of Expertise: Feminist media history Canadian communication history Gender and communication Media and moral regulation Television and media studies
Biography: My current SSHRC-funded research project investigates three women's magazines appearing in Canada in the early decades of the twentieth century: Canadian Home Journal, Everywoman's World, and Woman's Century. ?
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