Professors Emeritae and Emeriti

Department of Geography and Planning

Indigenous geographies, Education and citizenship, Geography and imperialism, and History of geography and cartography.

Department of Geography and Planning

Department of Geography and Planning

Labour market regulation, industrial relations and innovation in the Canadian automotive industry; The impact of climate change on work and employment in Canada; The integration and restructuring of the North American (Canada/US/Mexico) automobile industry; Workplace governance in cross-border regions.

Department of Geography and Planning

Citizenship and human rights, Employment equity, Disability policy and citizenship in Canada, Historical geographies of racialization, Community development among Japanese Canadians, and Housing, activism, and the right to the city.

Department of Geography and Planning

land use, planning theory, urban design, cultures, policy evaluation, research methodologies, China

Department of Geography and Planning

Pedro de Alvarado and the Conquest of Guatemala, 1524-1548, Spaniards and Indians in colonial Guatemala, and Historical geography of Spanish Central America.

Department of Geography and Planning

Department of Geography and Planning

Department of Geography and Planning

Canada's countryside, Constructions of national identity, Symbolic landscapes, The place of heritage, and Sustainable tourism.

Department of Geography and Planning

Multiculturalism and planning; urban development

Department of Geography and Planning

Economic Geography, tropical Africa, Trinidad & Tobago, and Third World underdevelopment.

Department of Geography and Planning

Urban spatial structure, housing, methods, finance.