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Fine Arts

  • Shira Avni
    Associate Professor (Film Animation), Cinema

  • Bonnie Harnden
    Associate Professor and practicum coordinator, Drama Therapy, Creative Arts Therapies

    Drama therapy, trauma, attachment, research-creation, performed autoethnography, psychoanalysis, ethnography, embodied knowledge, play therapy, family therapy, parenting, experimental theater, theater for social change, arts-based learning, risk factors/ protective factors, borderline personality disorder, child and youth care, suicide intervention, mental health, pedagogy
  • Kristina Huneault
    Professor, Art History
    Associate Dean, Faculty Relations & Inclusion, Fine Arts

    meaning, Canadian art history, selfhood, women artists, subjectivity, colonialism, indigenous-settler relations, aesthetics, art historiography, 19th century, art-historical method, feminism, visual culture, Canadian cultural history, art theory, art and philosophy, material culture, identity
  • Alice Ming Wai Jim
    Professor, Art History
    Concordia University Research Chair in Ethnocultural Art Histories
    Co-Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Asian Diasporic Visual Culture and the Americas
    Board Member, College Art Association

    ethnocultural art histories, global art histories, media arts, curatorial studies, contemporary art, cultural diversity, biennials, screen culture, representation, Asian Canadian, transnationalism
  • Maya Rae Oppenheimer
    Assistant Professor, Studio Arts

    cultural history, art and re-enactment, art and archives, creative writing, social practice art, social justice and art and politics, critical pedagogy, histories of social science and medicine, historiographies in art and design
  • Luis Carlos Sotelo Castro
    Canada Research Chair in Oral History Performance, Theatre

    oral history performance, listening/hearing, experimental theatre, research-creation, social innovation, documentary theatre, walking, participatory processes, sound, activism, war and memory, theatre for social change, relational art, storytelling, representation, drama/performance, violence, performance studies, Latin America, participatory art
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