Veronis, Luisa- Professor and holder of the Research Chair on Immigration and Franco-Ontarian Communities
Baril, Alexandre- His intersectional research places gender, queer, trans, and disability/crip/mad studies in dialogue with critical gerontology and critical suicidology.
Cobigo, Virginie - Dr. Cobigo leads research that supports evidence-based practice in sectors supporting the inclusion of persons with cognitive disabilities. Her research program examines barriers and facilitators to inclusion, develops and tests solutions for cognitive accessibility and fosters inclusive research approaches.
Laroche, Chantal- Her research focus on the effects of noise on hearing, safety and well-being, noise and safety at work, discrimination against people with communication disorders, adaptation of workstations.
Silverman, Marjorie- Expert in critical gerontology, with experience in trans studies. She conducts research using creative qualitative methods on topics related to family care, dementia, place and space, sociology of the body, trans and gender studies.
Cameron, Angela- Her research areas include: critical feminist perspectives on assisted human reproduction, LGBTQ+ family law, human rights law, sociological approaches to law and critical feminist perspectives on Indigenous-settler relations.
Mavriplis, Catherine- NSERC Chair for Women in Science and Engineering 2011-2021, a program aims to recruit, retain and advance women to leadership development resources since 1996.
Rajiva, Mythili- Her research focuses on trauma, racialization, girlhood, diaspora and identity.
Sheehy, Elizabeth- Her research and writing concentrates on violence against women, equality analysis, and criminal law reform issues such as self-defense for battered women.
Arellano, Alexandra- Her research interests include leisure studies and community development, Indigenous studies and resurgence, Andean studies, postcolonial approaches, sustainable tourism, social inclusion, engaged development, heritage and identity.
Berrichi, Boussad- His research draws on trans-inter-cultural and post-colonial studies and focuses on literature and cosmogony of Indigenous peoples of three continents, language and translation, literary and comparative theories, spirituality and religious facts.
Coburn, Veldon- His research focuses on Canadian politics, postcolonial theory, settler colonialism, equity and social justice, decolonizing theories, State, colonialism and power.
Gifford, Wendy- Her research promotes health-equity with First Nations, Inuit, and Metis. Recognizing systemic-racism in healthcare, she focuses on decolonizing methodologies and approaches.
Giles, Audrey - Dr. Giles is an applied cultural anthropologist who conducts research with Indigenous communities – primarily in the Arctic and Sub-Arctic. Her research focuses on injury prevention, health promotion and sport for the development of Indigenous communities.
Giroux, Dalie- Her work focuses on contemporary political theory (post-structuralism, phenomenology, critical theory, post-marxism, feminist theories), Indigenous political thought, subaltern studies, Quebec studies, art and politics.
Macdougall, Brenda- Leading expert in the history of Métis and First Nations. Dr. Macdougall is the University Research Chair in Métis Family and Community Traditions.
Otis, Ghislain- Specialist of Indigenous Peoples the Law, Constitutional Law and Human Rights. Professor Otis holds the Canada Research Chair on Legal Diversity and Indigenous Peoples.
Robidoux, Michael- His research focuses primarily on Indigenous cultural practices as they relate to physical activity and local diet.
Saavedra-Vargas , Marcelo- His research focuses primarily on Indigenous perspectives, Indigenous cosmovisions, Indigenous epistemologies, development, globalization, sustainable development, indigenous governance.
Bourque, Dominique- She has published articles including but not limited on topics such as feminism, lesbianism and the notion of exile; French feminist theories and practices; literature, art and the fringe. Professor Bourque is a coeditor at Les éditions sans fin.
Brown, Stephen- His research focuses on democracy and democratization, conflict and violence, mining, foreign aid and development, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa, as well as lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights.
Singer, Samuel- He is currently conducting research on the ethics of trans competent lawyering and judging, as well as studying trans legal needs in British Columbia.
Cénat, Jude Mary- Dr. Cénat conducts research on racial disparities in mental health and social services, the impact of natural disasters and infectious disease outbreaks on mental health, interpersonal and non-interpersonal trauma, and global mental health.
EBANDA de B’BERI, Boulou- His research is situated in the areas of film and cultural studies, Black African and national cinema, identity and oral tradition in multi-cultural nations, ‘intermediality’ in political creations, and cultural representation.
Ibrahim, Awad- Curriculum Theorist with special interest in cultural studies, Hip-Hop, youth and Black popular culture, diasporic and continental African identities, ethnography and applied linguistics.
M. Frowd, Philippe- His research interests are in borders and migration, critical security studies and African politics. His current research is on the transnational governance of security in West Africa’s Sahel region.