Faculty Listing

Brenda Anderson

PhD, Regina
Assistant Professor (Luther College) - Cross appointed - Women's and Gender Studies and Religious Studies

Office: Luther College 214
E-mail: Brenda.Anderson@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-5170

Current classes
Winter 2020 - WGST 206-L01, WGST 280AK-001, RLST 290AP-001

Research interests
Women in religion, specifically * feminist theories and practices in interreligious dialogue * feminist, post-colonial studies * women in Islam, Christianity, and Hinduism * mythic biographies and performative autobiographies

Jill Arnott

Sessional Lecturer III
MA, University of Regina

E-mail: Jill.Arnott@uregina.ca

Current classes
Winter 2020 - WGST 100-001

Carrie Bourassa

Chair, Indigenous & Northern Health, Health Sciences North Research Institute (Sudbury); Professor, School of Indigenous Relations, Laurentian University and Northern Ontario School of Medicine
PhD, Regina

E-mail: cbourassa@hsnri.ca
Website: https://www.hsnsudbury.ca/portalen/Carrie-Bourassa

Research interests
Impacts of colonization on the health of First Nations and Metis people, creating culturally competent care in health service delivery, Aboriginal community-based health research methodology, Aboriginal end of life care and Aboriginal women's health.

Claire Carter

Assistant Professor
PhD, York University

Office: Classroom Building 340.2
E-mail: Claire.Carter@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-4668
Fax: 306-585-4815

Current classes
Winter 2020 - WGST 420-001, WGST 801-001

Research interests
Relationship between the body and gendered subjectivity; how women's body practices inform their racial, sexual, class and gender identities. Currently examining how health norms influence queer women's exercise routines, and the impact on their gender identity, health status and sense of social belonging. Feminist theory and methodology, post-structuralism, queer theory, postcolonial theory, anti-racist theory, health and exercise studies.

Danette Starblanket

Sessional Lecturer III

E-mail: danette.starblanket@uregina.ca

Troni Grande

Adjunct Professor
PhD, Alberta

Office: AH 353
E-mail: Troni.Grande@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-4570
Fax: 306-585-5429

Research interests
Early-modern drama, 18th-century drama, literary theory (especially feminism), genre studies, editing

Cindy Hanson

Adjunct Professor
Associate Professor, Faculty of Education

Office: ED 221.8
E-mail: cindy.hanson@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-4513
Fax: 306-585-4880
Website: http://www.uregina.ca/education/faculty-staff/faculty/hanson-cindy.html

Research interests
Cindy Hanson is an educator whose work includes both formal and non-formal education in a variety of learning contexts – locally and globally. She is particularly interested in participatory, intersectional, and transformative forms of learning and facilitating and her research includes communities of practice and internationalization. Her transnational activism in gender equality was the subject of her doctoral work at UBC. Her work in the past two decades includes international development consultancies in over 12 countries.

Darlene Juschka

Associate Professor
Cross appointed Women's and Gender Studies and Religious Studies BA, Classics, University of Waterloo, MA, Religion and Culture, Wilfrid Laurier University, PhD, Religious Studies, University of Toronto

Office: Classroom Building 324
E-mail: Darlene.Juschka@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-5280
Fax: 306-585-4815

Current classes
Winter 2020 - WGST 200-397, RLST 215-001

Research interests
Feminist methods, theories, and epistemologies; popular culture; globalization; feminist history; gender and sexuality studies (ancient and modern); approaches to the study of religion; symbol, myth, and ritual (ancient and modern); folk religions, shamanism, and possession; cross cultural study of religion, ancient Greek and Roman religions; ritual associated with death and burial (ancient and modern)

Bridget Keating

Sessional Lecturer III
MA, University of Regina

E-mail: Bridget.Keating@uregina.ca

Current classes
Winter 2020 - WGST 100-002

Charity Marsh

Adjunct Professor of WGST. Canada Research Chair, Interactive Media and Performance
Ph.D (York)

Office: Ed 239.12
E-mail: Charity.Marsh@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-337-2623
Fax: 306-585-4439

Research interests
Interactive media and performance, Indigenous hip hop culture in western and northern Canada, DJ Cultures including hip hop EDM rave culture club culture, performance and production of popular music in Canada, Popular culture and media, Indigenous youth cultures, performance practice, gender and sexuality studies, Music video, On-line social network sites (facebook myspace bebo fan-sites), Technology and the body, Community-based Hip Hop projects, Ethnomusicology, Ethics.

Patricia Miller-Schroeder

Professor Emeritus
University of Calgary MA Biological Anthropology

E-mail: Patricia.Miller-Schroeder@uregina.ca
Fax: 306-585-4815

Current classes
Winter 2020 - WGST 201-397

Research interests
Women and the environment, women's reproduction and reproductive processes, motherhood, mothering and mothers, women as scientists and as subjects/objects of scientific research, women and human evolution, special interest in examining linkages between all of the above as well as how they can be empowering or oppressive to women, women's creative writing, autobiography, memoir and life story as process and empowerment.

Michelle Stewart

Associate Professor
PhD, University of California Davis

Office: CL 336
E-mail: michelle.stewart@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-4873
Fax: 306-585-4815
Website: http://www.uregina.ca/arts/justice-studies/faculty-staff/faculty/stewart-michelle.html

Research interests
Michelle Stewart teaches in the area of social justice and research methods. She received her PhD in Anthropology from the University of California Davis in 2011 where she focused on political and legal anthropology.  Her dissertation research explored contemporary policing practices in Canada with attention to programs and training that rely on collaborations between community, police and other agencies. She has had this work presented in articles in Contemporary Justice Review and M/C. She is currently revising this work into a book namuscript entitled Pedagogies of the State: Capture, Collaboration and Contestation in Late Neoliberalism.

Her current research expands on her interest in the anthropology of the state to include medical anthropology with attention to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) where she investigates how FASD is understood in particular communities of practice. The first phase of the project focused on the ways that police understant and mobilize understandings of FASD. The second phase of her research will turn attention to the ways in which advocates and mentors mobilize health information about FASD in various settings (including social services, criminal justice, health, education and community settings). Her research team has created a publicly-available resource page focused on disseminating research findings as well as FASD material for front-line workers with a peer-reviewed article forthcoming. Click here to view the FASD Research Project web page: http://fasdresearchproject.com/.

Michelle is the Director of the Community Research Unit. She is dedicated to community-engaged and publicly-available scholarship. For more information about the Community Research Unit please visit:  http://www.uregina.ca/arts/community-research/.