Trent University faculty

Posted May 31, 2011
This list has 15 members.

  1. Richard Harrison (poet)

    Richard Harrison (poet)


    Richard Harrison is a Canadian poet and essayist, and winner of the City of Calgary Book Prize.

  2. Brian Jackson (conductor)

    Brian Jackson (conductor)


    Brian Jackson (born 26 December 1943) is a British-Canadian conductor, organist and pianist. He became a naturalized Canadian citizen in 1974. As of 2010 he is Principal Pops Conductor of the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, Orchestra London, and the Victoria Symphony.

  3. Neil Brown

    Neil Brown


    Neil Anthony Brown, QC (born 22 February 1940) is a former Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party of Australia.

  4. Thomas Symons

    Thomas Symons


    Thomas Henry Bull Symons, CC OOnt FRSC (born May 30, 1929) is a Canadian professor and author in the field of Canadian studies.

  5. Sylvie Bérard

    Sylvie Bérard


    Sylvie Bérard (born 1965) is a Canadian academic and science fiction writer.

  6. Kathryn Norlock

    Kathryn Norlock


    Kathryn Norlock (born 1969) is the inaugural Kenneth Mark Drain Endowed Chair in Ethics, the Chair of the Department of Philosophy, an affiliated faculty member in Sustainability Studies, and an associated faculty member in Gender and Women's Studies at Trent University.

  7. Karleen Pendleton Jiménez

    Karleen Pendleton Jiménez


    Karleen Pendleton Jiménez is an American-Canadian writer and academic. She is best known for her 2000 book Are You a Boy or a Girl?, a 2001 Lambda Literary Award finalist which was adapted into the 2008 film Tomboy, and her 2011 memoir How to Get a Girl Pregnant, a 2012 Lambda Literary Award finalist.

  8. Mihaly Vajda

    Mihaly Vajda


    Mihály András Vajda is a Hungarian leftist intellectual who took part in the debates surrounding the development of national socialism, Marxism–Leninism, and the state of capitalism in the latter half of the 20th century. Involved in politics in his home country of Hungary, Vajda was expelled along with several other scholars from the Hungarian Socialist Workers Party in 1973 due to allegedly representing views that were "opposed to Marxism–Leninism and to the policy of the Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party." Vajda was one of the original members of Georg Lukács's “Budapest School”, Hungarian theorists who began as neo-Marxists but moved on to what they called post-Marxist and also post-modern perspectives. Writing primarily in Hungarian, but with many works translated into English, Vajda's works treat such themes as the past and future of state socialism in Europe and fascism as a mass phenomenon. Vajda continues to draw, like other members of the original Budapest School, from a Marxist legacy in seeking to examine the state of contemporary liberal society. Recently, he has been involved in a controversy concerning critical remarks made respecting the Hungarian government, and specifically government policies that challenged free media. In a notable show of support for Vajda and his colleague fellow Hungarian theorist Ágnes Heller, Jürgen Habermas and Julian Nida-Rümelin wrote a public appeal in defense of Vajda and Heller, insisting that "We are concerned about the political and professional fate of our Hungarian colleagues... Under the nationalist government, which has used its two-thirds majority to erode the Hungarian constitution, they are again exposed to political persecution."

  9. Michael Neumann

    Michael Neumann


    Wikipedia is hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation, a non-profit organization that also hosts a range of other projects:

  10. Paula Sherman

    Paula Sherman


    Paula Sherman is an Algonquin writer, activist and educator. She is of Omàmìwinini (Algonquin) heritage and a Family Head on Ka-Pishkawandemin, the traditional governing council for the Ardoch Algonquin First Nation. She is also a professor of Indigenous Studies at Trent University, in Peterborough, Ontario. Her recent book entitled Dishonour of the Crown: The Ontario Resource Regime in the Valley of the Kiji Sibi chronicles the Ardoch community's struggle to prevent uranium prospecting on their traditional lands and is published by Arbeiter Ring Publishing, Winnipeg, MB. She is also a contributor to Lighting the Eighth Fire: The Liberation, Resurgence and Protection of Indigenous Nations, a collection of essays writing by emerging Indigenous activists and academics edited by Mississauga academic Leanne Simpson.

  11. Wade Rowland

    Wade Rowland


    Wade Rowland is a Canadian science, technology, and travel writer.

  12. John Douglas Bishop

    John Douglas Bishop


  13. Bruce Ahlstrand

    Bruce Ahlstrand


    Bruce Ahlstrand is a senior faculty member in the Business Administration program at Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario. A graduate of the University of Toronto, the London School of Economics and University of Oxford, Ahlstrand has been contributing to the field of strategic management for many years. Recently he has completed, with Henry Mintzberg and Joseph Lampel, a book entitled Strategy Safari. At Trent University, Ahlstrand teaches courses in Organization Theory (AD 251) and Strategic Management (AD 400) which are both part of the core program in management studies at Trent.

  14. Walter Pitman

    Walter Pitman


    Walter George Pitman, OC OOnt (born May 18, 1929) is an educator and former politician in Ontario, Canada.

  15. Michael Neumann

    Michael Neumann

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