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Marylynn Steckley

Instructor. Political ecology, globalization and social inequality; social differentiation, displacement and 'othering' through food systems, with emphasis on how class, race and gender intersect to influence food security, dietary choices and access to land.

Degrees:B.A., Human Geography/English Literature (Brock University) M.A., Human Geography/International Development (University of Waterloo) Ph.D., Geography and Migration/Ethnic Relations (Western University) Post-Doc., Indigenous Health and Food Systems (Western University)
Phone:613-520-2600 x 5068
Office:2404R Richcraft Hall
Website:BGInS staff page

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