Human Rights

Joel Bakan, BA, LLB, LLM

Joel Bakan, BA, LLB, LLM

Professor

Constitutional law, legal theory, socio-legal studies, jurisprudence

George Bluman, PhD

George Bluman, PhD

Professor Emeritus

Math in schools, university math courses, symmetries, differential equations, conservation laws, Chiune Sugihara (Japanese rescuer of Jews in WWII)

Max Cameron, PhD University of California, Berkeley (1989)

Max Cameron, PhD University of California, Berkeley (1989)

Professor of Political Science

Politics, democracy, constitutions, separation of powers, electoral reform, Latin America, Canadian foreign policy, development, training politicians

Prof. Diana Lary, PhD

Professor Emerita

Modern Chinese History, War and Society, Regionalism, Migration, Canada/China Relations – history, Roles of grandmothers

Daniel L. Overmyer, PhD, FRSC

Daniel L. Overmyer, PhD, FRSC

Professor Emeritus

Chinese philosophy and religions, local religion in Chinese villages

Michael Byers

Professor

Canada Research Chair in Global Politics and International Law

Politics, government, defense, military, Arctic, sovereignty, United States, human rights, civil liberties, terrorism, international, United Nations, NATO, Middle East, arms control, nuclear, treaties, diplomacy, environment, climate change, law

Timothy Stainton, BSW, MSW, PhD

Professor and Director, Centre for Inclusion and Citizenship

Disability, intellectual disability, ethics, social policy, inclusion

Bruce Granville Miller

Bruce Granville Miller

Professor

Aboriginal peoples of North America, Coast Salish peoples, aboriginal law, aboriginal politics, concepts of indigeneity, human rights and Indigenous peoples, law and society, oral history evidence in court, comparative studies of aboriginal-state relations

Jessica Stites Mor, PhD

Jessica Stites Mor, PhD

Associate Professor

Latin American history, international solidarity

Jon Beasley-Murray, PhD in Literature (Duke)

Jon Beasley-Murray, PhD in Literature (Duke)

Associate Professor, Hispanic Studies; Chair, Latin American Studies Program

Latin America, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Venezuela, Central America, Mexico, politics, political theory, cultural studies, literature, culture, film, history, the Left, revolution, revolutionary movements, populism, civil society, affect, habit, multitude, posthegemony, educational technology, blogs, Wikipedia

André Elias Mazawi

Professor

Sociology of education, higher education governance, international education, education and higher education policy, education in the Arab region, human rights and education

Dr. Mary Liston

Dr. Mary Liston

Associate Professor

Administrative law, constitutional law, comparative public law, law and literature, rule of law, law and politics,

Timothy Brook

Professor

Republic of China Chair, Dept. of History and Institute of Asian Research

Chinese history, global history, war crimes

Galit Sarfaty

Galit Sarfaty

Associate Professor

Canada Research Chair in Global Economic Governance

international law, human rights, corporate accountability, law and development

Dr. Farah Shroff, BSc, MEd (Primary Health Care), PhD

Dr. Farah Shroff, BSc, MEd (Primary Health Care), PhD

Public Health Researcher and Educator

public health, social equity, women’s health, global politics, social determinants of health, anti-racism, anti-imperialism, integrative health, holistic health practices, yoga, meditation, indigenous systems of health, health policy,

Patricia Dawn Mills, PhD Law

Patricia Dawn Mills, PhD Law

Adjunct Professor

Canadian First Nation rights and titles as it relates to Federal and Provincial Resource management, mining law, equity and the sustainability of a finite, location-specific resource

Prof. John Roosa, MA, PhD

Associate Professor

Indonesia, Southeast Asia,

Victoria (Vicky) Bungay, PhD, RN

Victoria (Vicky) Bungay, PhD, RN

Professor

Sexuality, sex work, harm reduction, drug use, intersectionality, ethnography, communication technologies, community based research

Prof Graham Riches, MA

Emeritus Professor

Social policy, poverty studies, human rights, welfare politics, hunger/Canada and global North, food insecurity, right to food, food banks, food charity, food policy, food security, food justice

 

Matthew Orde

Matthew Orde

Forensic Pathologist, Vancouver General Hospital

Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, UBC

Forensic pathology, forensic medicine, autopsy pathology, anatomical pathology, expert evidence, disaster victim identification,