Dr. Marie-Pier Joly
Assistant Professor, Sociology and Anthropology
Marie-Pier Joly is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Concordia University. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Toronto in 2017. Before joining the Department in 2020, she was a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Göttingen in Germany.
Her primary research interests are in the sociology of mental health, migration and integration, and quantitative research methods. One particular strand of her research focuses on how contexts of exit and reception shape mental health disparities between migrants and the native-born in Europe and Canada.
Ph.D. University of Toronto
Joly, Marie-Pier and Blair Wheaton. 2020. "Human Rights in Countries of Origin and the Mental Health of Migrants to Canada." SSM-Population Health 11:100571.
Joly, Marie-Pier. 2019. "The Employment and Occupational Status of Migrants from Countries Experiencing Armed Conflict." Journal of International Migration and Integration 20:1071-1095.
Joly, Marie-Pier and Jeffrey G. Reitz. 2018. "Emotional Stress and the Integration of Muslim Minorities in France and Canada." International Migration Review 52:1111-1129.
Joly, Marie-Pier and Blair Wheaton. 2015. "The Impact of Armed Conflict in the Country of Origin on Mental Health after Migration to Canada." Society and Mental Health 5:86-105.
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