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International Women’s Day

February 22, 2013

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on a variety of issues related to International Women’s Day.

Business degrees for women
Career advancement for women
Executive women
Internationally trained women professionals in Canada
Professional development for women
Strategic growth of businesses
Women and Leadership 

Beatrix Dart
Professor; Associate Dean Executive Degree Programs; Executive Director Initaitives for Women in Business
St.George Campus
Joseph L. Rotman School of Management
Office: 416-946-7496
bdart@rotman.utoronto.ca
anita.barberio@rotman.utoronto.ca
Languages: German

Citizenship, democracy
Globalization, neoliberal restructuring
Higher education, public education
Ideology of science
Political sociology of knowledge
Women’s studies, equity
Jamie Magnusson
Associate Professor
St.George Campus
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
Office: 416-978-1208
jmagnusson@oise.utoronto.ca

Adult education and public policy
Feminism, anti-racism pedagogy
Diaspora, Immigrant and refugee women
Women in the Middle East
Women, war and violence
Shahrzad Mojab
Professor
St.George Campus
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
Department of Leadership, Higher and Adult Education
Office: 416-978-0829
shahrzad.mojab@utoronto.ca
Languages: Farsi, Kurdish

Entrepreneurship, small business
Internationalization of small business
Reputation of new firms
Women entrepreneurs 

Rebecca Reuber
Professor
St.George Campus
Joseph L. Rotman School of Management
Office: 416-978-5705
reuber@rotman.utoronto.ca
*NOTE: Email only.

Film festivals
Nell Shipman and women filmmakers of the silent era
Women filmmakers 

Kay Armatage
Professor Emerita
St.George Campus
Innis College
Faculty of Arts and Science
Department of Cinema Studies
Department of Women & Gender Studies
Cinema Studies Institute
Institute for Women’s Studies and Gender Studies
Office: 416-978-8572
kay.armatage@utoronto.ca

Ancient Greek female authors
Ancient Rome in popular culture, especially film
Latin literature, especially Vergil and Ovid
Roman history and culture
Women in ancient Greece
Women in ancient Rome
Women in Greek tragedy 

Alison Keith
Professor and Chair
St.George Campus
Victoria College
Department of Classics
Institute for Women’s Studies and Gender Studies
Office: 416-978-3179 (Chair’s Office), 416-585-4483
akeith@chass.utoronto.ca

Information and communications technology, information systems, Web 2.0
Service science
Women in technology 

Kelly Lyons
Associate Professor
St.George Campus
Faculty of Information
Department of Computer Science
Knowledge Media Design Institute (KMDI)
Office: 416-946-3839
kelly.lyons@utoronto.ca
http://individual.utoronto.ca/klyons/

Equity issues for women
Equity, diversity and inclusion in organizations
Feminism and young women
Urban planning, design for personal safety
Violence against women 

Connie Guberman
Program Director, Associate Chair
U of T Scarborough Campus
Department of History
Department of Women & Gender Studies
Office: 416-978-2757
c.guberman@utoronto.ca

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