Her research interests include leisure studies and community development, Indigenous studies and resurgence, Andean studies, postcolonial approaches, sustainable tourism, social inclusion, engaged development, heritage and identity.
His research draws on trans-inter-cultural and post-colonial studies and focuses on literature and cosmogony of Indigenous peoples of three continents, language and translation, literary and comparative theories, spirituality and religious facts.
She has published articles including but not limited on topics such as feminism, lesbianism and the notion of exile; French feminist theories and practices; literature, art and the fringe. Professor Bourque is a coeditor at Les éditions sans fin.
His research focuses on democracy and democratization, conflict and violence, mining, foreign aid and development, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa, as well as lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights.
Her research areas include: critical feminist perspectives on assisted human reproduction, LGBTQ+ family law, human rights law, sociological approaches to law and critical feminist perspectives on Indigenous-settler relations
Dr. Cénat conducts research on racial disparities in mental health and social services, the impact of natural disasters and infectious disease outbreaks on mental health, interpersonal and non-interpersonal trauma, and global mental health