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Victoria Marie

Victoria Marie

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Associations

  • American Anthropological Association
    member 06/2006 – Current

Education History

  • Doctor of Philosophy Anthropology of Education (05/2005)
    University of British Columbia
  • Master of Pastoral Studies Spiritual Direction (05/1997)
    Vancouver School of Theology
  • Master of Arts Anthropology (06/1995)
    Simon Fraser University

Publications

  • Marie, Victoria. (2007). Spirituality: Its starting role in recovery from addiction in Spirituality and Health International. (Vol. 8(3)).
  • Marie, Victoria. (2006). Beyond Intermarginality: A Case for Intersectionality in In Our Own Voices: learning and teaching toward decolonization. Winnipeg: Larkuma Press.
  • (Davies) Marie, Victoria. (1993). Wholism in the Study of American Society in Changing the Climate: Graduate Studies in Western Canada. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan Press.

Teaching Experience

  • Race & Ethnicity in Education. (Winter 2010)
    • University of the Fraser Valley – Sociology
    • This course explores the issues of race and ethnicity in education, politics and the law in Canadian society.
  • Addiction, Identity, and Social Exclusion (Spring 2007)
    • University of the Fraser Valley – Sociology
    • The course explores the history of drug use and treatment, and presents the sociological factors that contribute to addiction.
  • Selected Topics in Catholic Social Teaching (Spring 2006)
    • St. Mark's College – Theology 424/524
    • This course uses Catholic social teaching in the analysis of social justice issues, an analysis that is deeply rooted in the gospel teachings of Jesus. Participants will discuss and examine ways to become actively involved in the contemporary struggles for economic, international and environmental justice and peace.

Positions

  • Director (08/2002 – Current) Marieco Research Services