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  • Sébastien Arcand

    Assistant Professor - Department of Management - HEC Montréal

    Research Interests

    Change and Organizational Structures, Comparative State Enterprises and Ethnic Social Relations, Intercultural Management

    Selected Publications

    Arcand, S. and Joseph Facal. (2007). L’entrepreneurship immigrant dans une société nationale minoritaire: Le cas du modèle québécois, à être publié dans C. Maitte et al., Migration et Culture d’Entreprise : Échanges et diversité dans le monde du XVe au XXe siècle, Valenciennes, Presses Universitaires de Valencienne;

    Arcand, S. (2006). Les associations de groupes ethniques minoritaires et les consultations publiques au Québec, 1974 et 2000 : la difficile construction d’une parole minoritaires, à être publié dans le Volume 2 de Canadian Ethnic Studies/Revue d’études canadienne, octobre 2006;

    Arcand, S. (2006). Les organisations supra étatiques économiques : historique, évolution et enjeux dans Jean-Pierre Dupuis et al. (éd.), Sociologie de l’économie, du travail et de l’entreprise, Deuxième édition, Gaëtan Morin Éditeur, Montréal: 133-170.

  • Afef Benessaieh

    Professor - School of Business Administration - TÉLUQ | Université du Québec | e-university of Quebec

    Afef Benessaieh is a professor of International Studies at the TÉLUQ distance university (Montréal, Québec). She joined TELUQ in 2009 after her first position at York University’s Glendon College (Toronto, 2005-2009). She holds a PhD in International Relations from Southern California University (USC, Los Angeles, 2005). She is an associate member and co-director of the ‘interamericanity and transculturality’ axis of RÉLAM; And she is also associated with several centers such as the Center for Research on Local Authorities in the Caribbean (CRLPC, University of the West Indies) or the Center for Studies on Integration and Globalization (CEIM-UQAM). Her researches focus mainly on transcultural and multicultural approaches to multi-ethnicity in the world, international migration, the cultural dimensions of globalization, and critical international theories, especially in the context of the New World societies (The Americas). Over the last ten years she has published more than three monographs, and twenty or so articles and chapters of peer-reviewed scientific literature, including: Transcultural Americas / Transcultural Americas (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press , 2010); “Bouchard-Taylor at UNESCO: Intercultural Ambivalences and Transcultural Clarifications” (with P. Imbert, K. Ertler, S. Gill, P. James and S. Hodgett, Canadian Studies: The State of the Art, 2011); “Dense multiculturalism or massive violence: four possible scenarios” (RELIEF Electronic Review of French Literature, January 5: 3, 2012); Or “Boas Goes to Americas: the Emergence of Transamerican Conceptions of Culture” (in Graham and W. Raussert, Mobile and Entangled Americas, Routledge, 2016). A selection of its publications is fully available online at Research Gate: www.researchgate.net/profile/Afef_Benessaieh2

  • Thomas Collombat

    Professor - Department of Social Science - Université du Québec en Outaouais

    Research Interests

    Unionism, International Labour, International Political Economy, Latin America

    Selected Publications

    Collombat, Thomas. 2014. « Labor and Austerity in Québec: Lessons from the Maple Spring ». Labor Studies Journal, vol. 39, no 2 : 140-159;

    Collombat, Thomas. 2014. « Le projet de loi C-377 : transparence financière ou programme antisyndical ? ». Chronique internationale de l’IRES, no 145 : 19-28;

    Collombat, Thomas. 2009. « Le débat sur l’eurocentrisme des organisations syndicales internationales : une perspective des Amériques ». Dans Patrick Hassenteufel et Jean-Marie Pernot (dir.), « Les syndicats à l’épreuve de l’Europe », Politique européenne, no 27, Paris : L’Harmattan : 177-200.

  • Marie-Christine Doran

    Associate Professor - School of Political Studies - University of Ottawa

    Research Interests

    Democratization: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives, Criminalization of Dissent, Political Legitimacy, Representation and Participation, Political Violence in Latin America, Political Identities, Social Imaginaries and Political Culture, Social Movements and Collective Action in Latin America, Religion and Politics, Human Rights, Struggles against Impunity, and Justice, Democracy and the Rule of Law in Latin America, Democracy, Governance and Political Institutions and Actors

    Selected Publications

    Marie-Christine Doran (50%) et Nicolas Angelcos (50%), “” L’expérience participative des pobladores au Chili : entre résistance aux modes de gestion de la pauvreté et nouvelles formes de politisation “”, Lien social et politiques, vol 3(no 71), avril 2014, 159-178;

    Doran, Marie-Christine, “Religion and Land Takeovers in Mexico: Collective Miracles and the Building of Community”, Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, vol. 37(76), 2013, (sous presse).

  • Carlos Figari

    Visiting Professor - Department of Social Science - Universidad Buenos Aires

    Research Interests

    Queer Theory, Gay and Lesbian History, Lesbian Gay

    Selected Publications

    Figari, Carlos. Eróticas de la disidencia en América Latina: Brasil, siglos XVII al XX. CLACSO, 2009;

    Todo sexo es político: Estudios sobre sexualidades en Argentina. Libros del Zorzal, 2008;

    Figari, Carlos, Daniel Jones, Micaela Libson, Hernán Manzelli, Flavio Rapisardi, and Horacio Sívori. “Sociabilidad, política, violencia y derechos. La Marcha del Orgullo GLTTB de Buenos Aires 2004.” Antropofagia, Buenos Aires (2005).

  • Nathalie Gravel

    Associate Professor - Department of Geography - Université de Laval

    Research Interests
    Internationalization of Latin American Economies, Geography of Poverty, Socio-Economic Inequalities and Exclusions, Territorial and Environmental Governance (rural) Citizenship, Peace and Democracy in Mexico
    Selected Publications

    GRAVEL, N. et A. LAVOIE (2009) Introduction. La gouvernance environnementale en perspective. Revue canadienne des études latino-américaines et caraïbes. Numéro spécial sur la gouvernance environnementale en Amérique latine, 34 (68) : 5-18;

    GRAVEL, N. (2009) La gouvernance rurale au Mexique en réponse à la vulnérabilité paysanne extrême. Revue canadienne des études latino-américaines et caraïbes. Numéro spécial sur la gouvernance environnementale en Amérique latine, 34 (68) : 111-145;

    GRAVEL, N. (2008) Yucatán « post-maquiladora » : el futuro del sector exportador (Le Yucatán post-maquiladora : le futur du secteur d’exportation). Revista de Economía de la UADY (Revue d’économie de l’Université autonome du Yucatán), 71 (2) : 37-54.

  • Charmain Levy

    Professor - Department of Social Sciences - Université du Québec en Outaouais

    Research Interests

    Brasilianiste, Latin America, International Cooperation, International Development, Social Movements, Urban Studies, Civil Society and Political Society, Participatory Democracy, Political Sociology, Religion, Culture and Identity

    Selected Publications

    Levy, Charmain. La cooperation conflictuelle: les mouvements sociaux et le Parti des Travailleurs dans l’ère post-Lula. Réformer le Brésil.Un bilan du PT au pouvoir (2003/2014)., (2014);

    Levy, Charmain. Os movimentos sociais e os partidos politicos no Brasil . XXVIII Congrès latino-américain de sociologie, Recife, Brésil. (2011).

  • Alexis Martig

    Professor - Department of Sociology - Université Laval

    Alexis Martig is an associate professor at the sociology department of Univerité Laval. He holds a doctorate in anthropology (Université Lyon2) and two post-doctorates in anthropology from Université Laval. His research is centered on the links between social recognition, social inequality and rural developpment in Brazil. His thesis is based on an extensive ethnography, and is mainly focused on the social demands of the Landless (Movimento dos Trabalhadores Rurais Sem Terra), or MST, while his post-doctoral research is centered on the struggle against slave labour in Brazil.