Prof. Christine A. Walsh (Canada)
Christine A. Walsh is a professor Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary. She is a prolific scholar with over 6 million in competitive research funding, one book, 14 book chapters and 130 peer-reviewed journal publications. In her community-based, action-oriented and arts-informed research she explores the lives of older adults, with a focus on interpersonal violence, gender-justice and allyship . In her research particularly interested in research that contributes to social inclusion and well-being among marginalized populations including Indigenous people, older adults and those experiencing poverty and homelessness.
Prof. Rachel Williams (USA)
Prof. Rachel Williams holds an advanced degree in English literature and language from the University of Michigan (at Ann Arbor, MI). Her research interests center on feminist and cultural criticism, literary and critical race theory. As both a lecturer and tenured English professor, Rachel has taught courses in the Departments of English, Ethnic & Women’s Studies for the California State University System and other colleges for 2 decades. While currently on a sabbatical from teaching, Rachel Williams is completing a collection of sonnets, sestinas, and essays exploring global cultures and contemporary issues, which include those impacting the lives of African Americans.
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