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WEBINAR: The Surge of Right-wing Extremism in Europe and Canada

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JM ECSA-Cn: Featured Experts

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DIALOGUES ON MIGRATION: Featured Experts

  • Frishkopf, MichaelFrishkopf, MichaelShort Abstract: Dr. Michael Frishkopf, Professor of Music at the University of Alberta, is an ethnomusicologist, performer, and composer. Dr. Frishkopf’s ethnomusicological research interests include music of the Arab world; Sufi music; sound in Islamic ritual perfo ...
  • Zaman, HabibaZaman, HabibaShort Abstract: Dr. Habiba Zaman is Professor in the Department of Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies, Simon Fraser University. Her areas of research interest include Immigrants, settlement and work in Canada; Global south and social justice movements; Gender an ...
  • Konrad, VictorKonrad, VictorShort Abstract: In 1990, Victor Konrad accepted the position as founding Executive Director of the Fulbright Program between Canada and the United States. Dr. Konrad has devoted his career to higher education advancement and development between these neighbouring co ...
  • Trautman, LaurieTrautman, LaurieShort Abstract: Dr. Laurie Trautman is Director of the Border Policy Research Institute (BPRI) and Graduate Faculty Member of Huxley College at Western Washington University. Her published research deals with Border policy, foreign worker policy, migration and gentr ...

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