Membres du groupe de recherche sur le Canada francophone, Canada francophile et les Études sur le Canada en français

 

Faculty Members:

Colin Coates

bio_coatesColin Coates
Canadian Studies, Glendon, Senior Faculty Associate, member Robarts Executive Committee and former director of the Robarts Centre

Colin Coates holds the Canada Research Chair in Canadian Cultural Landscapes at Glendon College, where he teaches in the Canadian Studies programme. He was director of the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies from 2011-2015. He was also president of the newly formed Canadian Studies Network - Réseau d'études canadiennes, an association dedicated to the scholarly study of Canada. A specialist in the history of early French Canada and environmental history, he has been conducting research on Canadian utopias since coming to York University in 2003.

Email: ccoates@glendon.yorku.ca

Stéphane Couture

Geoffrey Ewen

Geoffrey Ewen
Canadian Studies, Glendon, Faculty Associate and former member Robarts Executive Committee

Geoffrey Ewen is an assistant professor at Glendon in the Department of History and the coordinator of the Canadian Studies Program.

Email: gewen@glendon.yorku.ca

Francis Garon

Francis Garon
Political Science, Glendon and Graduate Program Director, Glendon School of Public and International Affairs,  Faculty Associate

Francis Garon is an associate professor and received his Ph.D. from Université de Montréal. He has been at Glendon College since 2007. His research interests are in the fields of deliberative democracy and immigration and integration issues. He is teaching courses on public policy analysis and the management of diversity.

Research Interests: Public policy and administration, deliberative democracy, Québec and Canadian politics

Email: fgaron@glendon.yorku.ca

Alexis Lachaine

Marie-Élaine Lebel

Marcel Martel

Marcel Martel
History, Faculty Associate

Marcel Martel is a professor in the Department of History and holder of the Avie Bennett Historica Dominion Institute Chair in Canadian History. He is a specialist in twentieth-century Canadian history and has published on nationalism, relations between Quebec and the French-speaking minorities of Canada, moral regulation, public policy and counterculture, and RCMP surveillance activities.

Recent monographs: Canada the Good? A Short History of Vice Since 1500  (Waterloo, Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2014) 189 p. Translated in French Une brève histoire du vice au Canada depuis 1500 (Québec: Presses de l’Université Laval, 2015) 225 p.

Not This Time: Canadians, Public Policy and the Marijuana Question, 1961-1975 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2006) 277 p.

with Martin Paquet, Langue et politique au Canada et au Québec (Montréal: Boréal, 2010) 335 p.  Translated by Patricia Dumas:SpeakingUp. A History of Language and Politics in Canada and Quebec (Toronto:Between the Lines, 2012) 300 p.

Research Interests: Moral regulation, social activism, and state; Minority rights, activism, courts and state; Surveillance, deviance, and activism; Nations, myths, identity, and memory; Language rights and public policy

Email: mmartel@yorku.ca

Gertrude Mianda

Gertrude Mianda
Gender and Women’s Studies, Glendon and Director, Harriet Tubman Institute, Faculty Associate

Gertrude Mianda is an associate professor in the Gender and Women’s Studies program at Glendon Campus. She also served as the chair of the School of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies at York University from 2011-15. She has a PhD in sociology in gender and development from Université Laval in Quebec City.
Her research interests focus on gender and post-colonialism in Africa, particularly Congolese women. Her research on gender and immigration in Canada focuses on francophone African immigrants in francophone minority communities in Ontario.

Research Interests: Africa, Francophonie, Globalization, Immigration, Women and Feminism

Email: mianda@yorku.ca

Jacinthe Michaud

Jacinthe Michaud
Chair, School of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies/ Coordonnatrice, Genre, sexualité et études des femmes, Glendon, Faculty Associate

Jacinthe Michaud est professeure agrégée et directrice de School of Gender, Sexuality Studies and Women’s Studies, Université York (Toronto). Elle est l’auteure de The Multifaceted soul of a Movement: Exploring the Frontiers of Québec and Italian Feminism(s) (soumis à UBC Press), ainsi que plusieurs articles dont, «La synergie entre le féminisme et la gauche québécoise vue à travers quelques débats parus dans la vie en rose et le Temps fou» in Resources for Feminist Research; “The Politics of Representation and the Problem of Loyalties within Feminist Research: Revisiting the Position/Location of the ‘Native Informant’ in Gayatri Spivak” in Studies in Political Economy. Elle travaille présentement à l’analyse critique des facteurs de psychiatrisation et la criminalisation de certaines catégories sociologiques de personnes pour cause de participation à des mouvements radicaux et politiques..

Email: jmichaud@yorku.ca

Jean-Michel Montsion

montsionJean-Michel Montsion
Multidisciplinary Studies, Glendon
Acting Director, 2018-19 

Jean-Michel Montsion is an associate professor in the Department of Multidisciplinary Studies at Glendon College. Jean Michel's research focuses on the intersection of ethnicity, mobility and urban research. From Singapore and Vancouver to Canadian Northern communities, he investigates the role of 'gateway strategies' in local and translocal community politics.

Research Interests: Asia, Globalization, Immigration, Indigenous People, International and Community Engagement, Language and Society, Northern Canada, Social and Political Thought

Email: montsion@yorku.ca

Muriel Peguret

Roberto Perin

Perin 20141128_131735Roberto Perin
History/ School of Public and International Affairs, Glendon, Faculty Associate and former member Robarts Executive Committee

Roberto Perin is a professor in the History Department and in the School of Public and International Affairs, Glendon College. His areas of specialization include immigration, religion, and Québec.

Email: rperin@glendon.yorku.ca

Carolyn Podruchny

Audrey Pyée

Department of History, Glendon College

Email: apyee@yorku.ca

Kristoffer Romero

Kristoffer Romero
Research Associate, Centre for Cognitive Health, Department of Psychology, Glendon, Faculty Associate

Kristoffer Romero est neuropsychologue et associé de recherche au Département de psychologie du campus universitaire Glendon rattaché à l'Université d’York. Ses recherches visent principalement à comprendre les liens entre le cerveau et les diverses fonctions cognitives, telles que la mémoire et l'attention. Ses projets actuels se concentrent sur le développement de meilleurs outils cognitifs bilingues permettant d’évaluer les changements subtils dans la mémoire et l'attention, ainsi que sur le développement d’un cours d'application des connaissances pour les professionnels de la santé. Ses travaux cherchent également à pallier les lacunes systémiques dans les soins offerts aux Canadiens ayant une déficience cognitive, en particulier les francophones et les minorités visibles, et plus généralement à élaborer des modèles pour l’amélioration des services de santé spécialisés au sein de ces communautés.

Kristoffer Romero is a licensed neuropsychologist and a research associate in the department of psychology at York University Glendon Campus. His research aims to understand the links between the brain and various cognitive functions, such as memory and attention. Specifically, his current projects include developing better bilingual cognitive tools for assessing subtle changes in memory and attention and developing knowledge translation courses for health professionals. Additional interests include exploring the systemic gaps in care for Canadians with cognitive impairment, particularly for Francophones and visible minorities, and developing models for delivery of specialized health services within the community.

Email: kromero@glendon.yorku.ca

 

 

Graduate Students:

Name Title Faculty and/or Department Email Address
Arsenault, Mathieu Ph.D. Candidate Department of History arsenault1988@gmail.com
Molas, Barbara Ph.D. Candidate Department of History molas.barbara@gmail.com