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En Paz Descansa/Rest In Peace Lourdes Pérez Montalvo

En Paz Descansa/Rest In Peace Lourdes Pérez Montalvo

Lourdes Pérez Montalvo, professor and Vice Dean of Research, Graduate Studies and International Relations at the University of Havana’s Faculty of Philosophy and History passed away April 15 in Havana. Generations of Faculty of Arts and Science students will know Professor Pérez as the Havana coordinator of the Queen’s University/University of Havana exchange program, and the FAS course Cuban Culture and Society (DEVS 305).

Dr. Marcus Taylor interviews Dr. Bernadette Resurrección about her new book entitled "Negotiating Gender Expertise in Environment and Development: Voices from Feminist Political Ecology"

Interview with Dr. Bernadette Resurrección regarding her new book entitled "Negotiating Gender Expertise in Environment and Development: Voices from Feminist Political Ecology"

With several decades of experience working in the field of sustainable development in sites across Asia, Dr. Bernadette Resurrección brings valued expertise to the Department of Global Development Studies in her new role as a Queen’s National Scholar in Development in Practice. For undergraduate students, Dr. Resurrección offers a range of courses on topics such as development project planning, climate and disaster reduction, and gender and environment. At the graduate level, Dr. Resurrección has been teaching a core seminar on fieldwork methods.

Department Head Dr. Marcus Taylor recently sat down for a short virtual chat with Dr. Resurrección about her important new book: "Negotiating Gender Expertise in Environment and Development: Voices from Feminist Political Ecology” (Routledge, 2020). The book is open source and can be downloaded from the Routledge website at: https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/negotiating-gender-expertise-environment-development-bernadette-resurrección-rebecca-elmhirst/e/10.4324/9781351175180

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