Marie-Josée Massicotte


Marie-Josée Massicotte
Director, Institute of Feminist and Gender Studies; Associate Professor, School of Political Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences

Room: FSS7044
Office: 613-562-5800 ext. 2732
Work E-mail: [email protected]


Marie-Josée Massicotte is associate professor at the School of Political Studies. Her main fields of research include social mouvements and collective action, international political economy and alternative economies (diverse, solidarity economies), globalization, power and global governance, food politics, as well as social and environmental justice. She is director of the new Laboratory for the Interdisciplinary Study of Food at the Faculty of Social Sciences. She is pursuing her research analyzing Brazilian and Mexican peasant movements and agricultural trade politics. Marie-Josée is also interested in questions related to methodologies linked to research action, the interaction between theory and practice, and knowledge production emerging from activist practices at multiple scales, like with the World Social Forum processes since 2001


Mouvements sociaux et altermondialisme, Social Movements, Political Ecology, Everyday Politics, Governance, Globalization, Political participation, Rural Development, Social Transformations, Peasant societies, International Relations Theory, Postcolonial Theory, Development Economics, Civil Society, Justice autochtone, Nature, Transformation and Governance of Society and Institutions (Human and social sciences), Development Policies, Youth Studies and Nature, Transformation and Governance of Society and Institutions (Human and social sciences)


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