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Faculty of Cross-Cultural Studies

The Departments of Sociology-Anthropology, Geography, Geology and Land Stewardship, and Community Economic and Social Development are members of the new Faculty of Cross-Cultural Studies.

The Faculty of Cross-Cultural Studies (FCCS) includes departments and programs that are committed to decolonizing and indigenizing teaching, learning and academia and have a history of being actively engaged with this work and weaving Indigenous knowledge throughout curriculum and teaching.

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Sheila Gruner, Faculty Chair
[email protected]
705-949-2301 ext 4375

The Faculty of Cross-Cultural Studies directly answers Algoma University’s special mission to; Cultivate cross-cultural learning between Aboriginal communities and other communities, in keeping with the history of Algoma University College and its geographic site.

Departments and Faculty
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Chair Dr. Deborah Woodman, Dr. Paulette Steeves, Dr. Vivian Jiménez Estrada, Dr. Michael Graydon

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Geography, Geology and Land Stewardship

Chair Dr. Nairne Cameron, Dr. Paulette Steeves

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Chair Dr. Laura Wyper, Dr. Sheila Gruner, Dr. Sean Meades, Melissa Jones, Project Learning & Support Coordinator