Research Interests by Interest

Research Interests

Name
School/Department
Interests
Department of Social Science
Urban Planning/Design, Geography, Smart Cities and neoliberal urbanism, Critical urban and social theory, Migration and the Politics of Identity and Mobilities, Feminist and ethnographic research and methodologies
Department of History
Department of History
, Canadian Jewish History
Department of Economics
, Macroeconomics, Growth and Development, International Economics, Economics
Department of Anthropology
Anthropology, Indigenous Peoples, Medical Anthropology, Medical Anthropology
Department of French Studies
, epistemology of linguistics, phonetics and French phonology, French didactics
Department of Politics
International Relations, Governance, International Feminist Political Economy, Science and Technology Studies, Feminist/Postocolonial/Decolonial Thought; Time and Temporality in World Politics; Poetics of Decolonization; Reconstruction Post-Conflict; Financial Crisis; Contemporary Critial Security Studies; Race and Racism; EU and peripheral regional powers (i.e., Cyprus, Greece, Turkey, MENA region).
Department of Social Science
Women, Race and Racism, Feminist theory with particular emphasis on racism, History of Asian, African, and Caribbean women in Canada; South Asian women;, Violence against immigrant women, and NGOs of immigrant women
School of Administrative Studies
Emergency Management, Global/Climate Change, Natural disasters and risk management, Flood risk management, Community resilience and capacity building, Business continuity planning
Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
Department of Economics
, Risk-Sharing in Environments with Limited Commitment, Effects of Default Option on Self-Employment, Education Subsidies and the Option of Migration
Department of Politics
, Comparative and Canadian political economy with a focus on the following areas: economic history, unemployment, trade unions and economic policy, technological change, democratic administration., Unemployment in the Era of Competitive Austerity' and 'The Long Decline of the Canadian State'. Teaching: Public Policy and Administration, Canadian Politics, Comparative Politics.
Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
Linguistics, Syntactic Theory, Syntactic Interfaces (Morphology, Semantics, Pragmatics, Prosody)
Department of Politics
Department of Anthropology
, Citizenship, Migration, Emergent and Contested Identities, Governance, Cities, Greece and Europe
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