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THE SOCIAL EDGE INTERVIEW: ACTIVIST, HUMANITARIAN, AND ACADEMIC CHRISTINE GERVAIS

April 15th, 2005

by Gerry McCarthy

Christine Gervais is a mother, spouse, professor, human rights activist and humanitarian. In 2002, she completed a doctorate in Sociology at Carleton University in Ottawa. Since 1995 she has worked as an Assistant Professor of Criminology at Ottawa University and a Lecturer in Sociology at Carleton University.

Gervais has been involved in research and teaching in numerous areas, including: human rights violations, development and justice, gender and racial inequalities, crime prevention, and reconciliation.

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