Elizabeth Newsome

Native American art, archaeology, anthropology, and linguistics, focusing on the pre-Iberian and historic Southwest, Plains art and anthropology; transculturation; ethnoaesthetics/comparative philosophy of art; phenomenology and theories of material culture; Mesoamerican art, archaeology, and inscriptions, focusing on the Classic Maya.  Interests in ethnomusicology, ritual theory, cognitive science, historical linguistics. 

Craig Cunningham

Educational philosopher and technologist, interested in Dewey's philosophy of inquiry, history of educational philosophy, educational policy, technology, curriculum development, instructional design

Margaret Robinson

Margaret Robinson is a Margaret is a Mi’kmaq scholar and bisexual activist from Nova Scotia.  She is currently a Fellow in Community Based Research at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto. Her project is a mixed-methods, community-based study of the prevalence, context, and health correlates of illicit cannabis use among bisexual women in Ontario.   Margaret holds a PhD in theology from the University of Toronto, with a focus on queer issues in...

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