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Dr. Glynis George

Dr. Glynis GeorgeAssociate Professor
Ph.D., Toronto 1996
Social Justice, International Development, Gender and Social Movements

 

 

 

 

Before coming to the University of Windsor, Dr. George taught courses in Women's Studies, and Anthropology at the University of Toronto, McMaster University and Trent University.

Her research on culture, community-based activism and gender issues in Newfoundland is ongoing. She also conducts research in North and more recently, South India on women's participation in the voluntary and NGO sector. Currently, she is developing a comparative framework that explores the relationship between the voluntary sector, social movements and the way social issues are taken up in human rights and localized discourses in a global context.

She teaches in the areas of Gender and Culture, Social Justice and International perspectives on Culture and Crime at Windsor.

 

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Room: 161 CHS  ♦  519-253-3000 Ext: 2196  ♦  ggeorge@uwindsor.ca