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Postdoctoral Fellows



The Religion and Diversity Project is pleased to have (and have had) so many talented postdoctoral fellows involved in its programme. The postdoctoral fellows listed below are doing their Post-doc with a team member on a related project theme. Find out who the postdoctoral fellows are and who they are working with.


Postdoctoral Fellows Involved with the Religion and Diversity Project

 

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Name

University

Supervisor

Research Statement

Bios

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Al-Dabbagh, Harith
(2010-12)
SSHRC

Postdoc, Université de Montréal

Gaudreault-DesBiens, Jean-François

La réception en Occident des institutions du droit musulman de la famille: heurs et malheurs d'un compromis.


Al-Fartousi, May
(2014-16)

SSHRC
Fellowship

Postdoc, University of Ottawa

Beaman, Lori G.

From the Past to Present: An Ethnographic Study of Muslim Shi’i Youth in Canada.

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Barras, Amélie
(2012-14)

Fonds national suisse de la recherche

Postdoc, Université de Montréal

Lefebvre, Solange

Negotiating religion on an everyday basis: The case of devout Muslims in the Montréal region.


Behiery, Valérie
(2011-13)

SSHRC Fellowship

Postdoc, Université de Montréal

Amiraux, Valérie

The Aesthetics of Alterity. Objects of mistranslation: Representing the 'burqa' in Canadian daily newspapers since 9/11.


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Dabby, Dia
(2017) 
Postdoc, University of Ottawa
Beaman, Lori G. 
`Where do we go now?’: Local zoning and global conversations about Muslim cemeteries. Québec as a case study

Dejean, Frédéric
(2010-12)

Postdoc, Université de Montréal

Amiraux, Valérie

Les relations entre les communautés évangéliques et les services de l’urbanisme dans les mairies d’arrondissements de Montréal.


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Francis, Matthew
(2012-15)

ESRC

Postdoc, Lancaster University

Knott, Kim

The role of ideology, belief and commitment in motivations, justifications and catalysts for action in the face of uncertainty.


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Grigore, Monica
(2015-16)

Religion and Diversity Project Postdoctoral Fellowship 

Postdoc, University of OttawaBeaman, Lori G. The local regulation of religion.  

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Hoverd, William
(2011-12)

DFAIT Fellowship

Postdoc, University of Ottawa

Beaman, Lori G.

Changes in Religious Diversity in Canada and New Zealand, 1980-2010.


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Macdonald, Arlene
(2010-11)

MITACS Fellowship

Postdoc, University of Ottawa

Beaman, Lori G.

Religion at Work: Impressions & experiences of young adults of immigrant background in Canada.



Martínez-Ariño, Julia
(2013-14) 

Religion and Diversity Project Postdoctoral Fellowship

Postdoc, Université de Montréal

Lefebvre, Solange

Religion and education in Montréal faith-based schools/Religion et éducation dans les écoles privées confessionnelles de Montréal.


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Nabti, Mehdi
(2011-13)

SSHRC

Postdoc, Université de Montréal Brodeur, Patrice Présence de la culture arabo-maghrebine au QC: le cas des musicien(ne)s.

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Pasche, Florence
(2012-)

Swiss National Science Foundation

Postdoc, University of Toronto

Klassen, Pamela

Natural Parenting in the Digital Age.


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Smith, Lisa
(April-June, 2014)

Canada Research Chair in the Contextualization of Religion in a Diverse Canada

Postdoc, University of Ottawa

Beaman, Lori G.

Discourses of Difference and Similarity: An Examination of the Quebec Charter of Values.



Stacey, Tim
(2017-2018)

Religion and Diversity Project Postdoctoral Fellowship

Postdoc, University of Ottawa

Beaman, Lori G.

The role of religion and belief in renewing a sense of solidarity in culturally and economically fragmented spaces.


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Teinturier, Sara
(2015-16)

Religion and Diversity Project Postdoctoral Fellowship

Postdoc, Université of Montréal
Lefebvre, Solange
Religion and education.

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Vergani, Matteo
(2013-15) 
Postdoc, Monash University
Bouma, GaryCultural Drivers of Violent Extremism. 

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