BSIA Fellows

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Andrea Collins

2017-09-08T20:05:57+00:00September 8th, 2017|BSIA Fellows|

Dr. Andrea M. Collins, Assistant Professor in the School of Environment, Resources and Sustainability at the University of Waterloo is researching the role of gender in the governance of food, land, and agriculture in both local and global contexts. Continue Reading Andrea Collins

Tim Elcombe

2017-09-11T12:57:08+00:00September 9th, 2017|BSIA Fellows|

Dr. Tim Elcombe, Associate Professor and Acting Chair in the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education at Wilfrid Laurier University, focuses through his teaching and research on the normative (ethical) intersections between sport and culture. Continue Reading Tim Elcombe

Erin Hannah

2017-10-13T00:11:40+00:00September 9th, 2017|BSIA Fellows|

Dr. Hannah is Associate Professor of Political Science at King’s University College at Western University. She specializes in global governance, trade, sustainable development, poverty and inequality, global civil society and EU trade politics. Continue Reading Erin Hannah

Craig R. Janes

2017-10-02T18:57:26+00:00September 9th, 2017|BSIA Fellows|

Dr. Janes is the Director, School of Public Health and Health Systems, UWaterloo. His current research includes studying vulnerability to climate change among herding households in rural Mongolia, and the public health impact of global resource extraction activities. Continue Reading Craig R. Janes

Jennifer Liu

2017-10-02T18:57:58+00:00September 9th, 2017|BSIA Fellows|

Dr. Liu, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology and the School of Public Health and Health Systems, University of Waterloo is examining the relationships between medicine, science, and issues of identity, bioethics, and democratic publics. Continue Reading Jennifer Liu

Pascal Lupien

2017-10-13T08:57:21+00:00September 9th, 2017|BSIA Fellows|

Dr. Lupien is a political scientist and teaches in the Latin American and Caribbean Studies program at the University of Guelph. His research interests revolve around civil society, political participation and democratic innovation, social development and human (in)security, and the factors that enhance or diminish the capacity of marginalized groups to influence politics. Continue Reading Pascal Lupien

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