Research team

Research team

Researchers

J.D., Stanford Law School

Law Professor 

5 documents

Ph.D. in Political Sciences

Postdoctoral candidate 

5 documents
Anne-Marie DAOUST

Ph.D. en science politique
University of Pennsylvania
Professeure régulière

5 documents

Ph.D. in Law

Associate Professor 

5 documents

Lawyer

Founder of the NGO Les Amoureux au ban public

Socio-historian

Ph.D., University of Avignon

3 documents
5 documents

Ph.D. in Ethnic Studies

University of California, Berkeley

Associate Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies and Director of Undergraduate Studies

5 documents

Ph.D. in Law

Professor

Chair in Human Rights Law

5 documents

  

2 documents

Ph.D. 

Associate Professor

5 documents

Students

Undergraduate psychology student at Concordia University in Montréal

Currently completing a doctor’s degree in International Law at the Université du Québec à Montréal

1 document

Graduate student in International Relations at the Université du Québec à Montréal

1 document

After completing an undergradutate degree in International studies, Andreanne pursued a graduate degree in International politics and law. She is now completing a baccalaureat in Law. Through her studies, she has discovered a particular interest in migration: Canadian immigration policies, migrant workers and migration across America are part of her research interests. It is with great pleasure that she contributes to the research project on marriage migration.

1 document