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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?
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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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Areas of Expertise: Legal Theory Political Philosophy Theories of Justice Global Ethics and Pluralism Human Rights and Diversity Aboriginal Rights Educational Rights Disability Race Cultural Rights Indian Philosophy
Biography: My research area is in legal and political philosophy, and ?
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: discourse analysis; queer theory; cultural studies; critical intimacy theory; privilege; critical race theory; non/monogamy; non-monogamies; polyamory; polygamy; adultery; public sphere theory; mixed race identity; hybridity; social media; digital culture; digital intimacies; hashtags; research methods
Biography: My work centres the Study of Discourse, Politics and Identity; I track flows of discourse as they move in and out of the public sphere influencing both individual and group identities, embodiments and politics (both within cultural groupings and?
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