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Faculty

Emeritus professors

  • John Buskard
    Lecturer, Geography, Planning and Environment


  • Erik Chevrier
    Part-time Instructor, Sociology and Anthropology
    Part-Time Instructor, Geography, Planning and Environment


  • Pierre Deslauriers
    Part-time Faculty, Applied Human Sciences
    Lecturer, Geography, Planning and Environment


  • Ricardo Duenez
    Lecturer, Geography, Planning and Environment


  • James Freeman
    Affiliate Assistant Professor, Geography, Planning and Environment


    Urban social, cultural and economic geography, Public space and urban popular culture, Urban political economy and Latin America.
  • Alex M Matveev
    Lecturer, Geography, Planning and Environment


    Biogeochemistry, Arctic, Limnology and Oceanography, Climate
  • Alena Perout
    Part-time Faculty, Geography, Planning and Environment


  • Mehrdokht Pourali Rahdari
    Part-Time Lecturer, Geography, Planning and Environment


  • Karen Richardson
    Part-time faculty, Geography, Planning and Environment


  • Julie A. Podmore
    Affiliate Assistant Professor, Geography, Planning and Environment


    Queering Suburbia, Queer Generationality and Urban Change, Queer Urbanisms and Gentrification, LGBTQ+ Activisms and Public Space, Queering Municipal Governance, Historical Geographies of Sexualities, Lesbian Studies.
  • Donny Seto
    Lecturer, Geography, Planning and Environment


  • Rebecca Tittler
    Academic Advisor and Research Administration Coordinator, Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability
    Part-time Faculty, Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability
    Part-time Faculty, Geography, Planning and Environment
    Research Administration Coordinator, Loyola Sustainability Research Centre (LSRC)


    Sustainability, ecology, forest management
  • Arturo Valladares
    Part-time Professor, Geography, Planning and Environment


  • Amy Twigge-Molecey
    Affiliate Assistant Professor, Geography, Planning and Environment


    Gentrification & displacement, neighborhood change, housing, land use planning, community development, community-university research alliances.
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