Evangelia Tastsoglou is Professor of Sociology and Coordinator of the International Development Studies Program at Saint Mary’s University. She is also an elected member of the Executive Committee of the International Sociological Association (2014-2018). Her research, published in national and international peer-reviewed venues, engages feminist and intersectional perspectives on women, gender and various aspects of international migration; Canadian immigration and integration; violence and migration; citizenship and belonging; transnationalism and diasporas; migration and development. Among her co-authored and (co)edited books are: Women, Migration and Citizenship. Making Local, National and Transnational Connections (Ashgate, 2006); Women, Gender and Diasporic Lives. Labor, Community and Identity in Greek Migrations (Lexington Books, 2009); Contours of Citizenship: Women, Diversity and the Practice of Citizenship (Ashgate, 2010); Immigrant Women in Atlantic Canada. Challenges, Negotiations, Re-constructions (Canadian Scholars’ Press / Women’s Press, 2011); The Warmth of the Welcome: Is Atlantic Canada a Home away from Home for Immigrants? (Cape Breton University Press, 2015); and Interrogating Gender, Violence, and the State in National and Transnational Contexts, in Current Sociology Monograph Series (Vol. 64:4, July 2016).  Dr. Tastsoglou has served as president of RC 32 (the Research Committee on Women in Society) of the ISA (2010-2014) and chairperson of the Department of Sociology and Criminology at Saint Mary’s University (2006-2012).

Evangelia Tastsoglou est professeure de sociologie et coordinatrice du programme d’études en développement international à l’université Saint Mary’s. Elle est aussi membre élue du comité directeur de l’Association internationale de Sociologie (2014-2018). Publiées dans des revues nationales et internationales à comités de lecture, ses recherches portent sur le féminisme et sur des études multidimensionnelles consacrées aux femmes, au genre, et à différents aspects des migrations internationales; immigration canadienne et intégration; violence et migration; citoyenneté et appartenance; transnationalisme et diaspora; migration et développement. Parmi les ouvrages publiés à titre de co-auteure et (co-)éditrice, on peut citer : Women, Migration and Citizenship. Making Local, National and Transnational Connections (Ashgate, 2006); Women, Gender and Diasporic Lives. Labor, Community and Identity in Greek Migrations (Lexington Books, 2009); Contours of Citizenship: Women, Diversity and the Practice of Citizenship (Ashgate, 2010); Immigrant Women in Atlantic Canada. Challenges, Negotiations, Re-constructions (Canadian Scholars’ Press / Women’s Press, 2011); The Warmth of the Welcome: Is Atlantic Canada a Home away from Home for Immigrants? (Cape Breton University Press, 2015); et Interrogating Gender, Violence, and the State in National and Transnational Contexts, in Current Sociology Monograph Series (Vol. 64:4, juillet 2016). Dr. Tastsoglou a été présidente du RC32 (Comité de recherche sur les femmes et la société) de l’Association international de Sociologie de 2010 à 2014 et directrice du département de Sociologie et de Criminologie à l’Université Saint Mary’s de 2006 à 2012.

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