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Expert NameMs. Bonnie Kettel
TitleAssociate Professor
DivisionFaculty of Environmental Studies
InstitutionYork University
CityNorth York, Ontario
CountryCanada
Telephone416 7365252
Emailbkettel(at)yorku.ca
Work ExperienceAreas of research: Gender, environment and development; International developmetn policy; Indigenous frameworks for natural resource use; Arid and semi-arid regions; Research design - participatory research and appraisal. Academic and Professional Positions: 1995- : Associate Professor, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University. 1994-1995: Senior Associate, Gender, Science and Development Programme, International Federation of Institutes for Advanced Study. 1981-1995: Assistant Professor in various Canadian Universities. Various Activities in Scholarly and Professional Organizations: Graduate Student Supervision (Ph.D. Dissertations, MES Major Papers and Theses, other). Graduate and Undergraduate courses taught.
Qualifications1980: Ph.D., Social Anthropology, University of Illinois 1965: BA (Honours), Anthropology, University of Toronto.
Number of Publications5
Awards1995-1997: Director, Gender Advisory Board, United Nations Commission on Science and Technolog for Development. 1992-1995: Member, Board of Directors, International Women's Tribune Center, New York.
Other ActivitiesUniversity Service: Senate , Faculty of Environmental Studies, Faculty of Graduate Studies, Facultay of Arts. Community and Government Service. Activities in the fields of Professional Development, Reviewing, Grants and Contracts, Conferences, at the national and international levels.
Publications1996: "Women, health and the environment", Special Issue on "Women and Health Policy in Developing Countries", Social Science and Medecine, Vol. 42, N°10, pp. 1367-1379. 1994: (with W. Ofusu-Amaah) Gender and Environment: A Training Workshop. Environment and Natural Resources Division. Ottawa: International Development Research Centre, 35 pp. 1994: (with N. Lewis, S. Huyer and L. Marsden) "Safe womanhood: a discussion paper", Working Paper Series N°4. Gender, Science and Development Programme, Toronto: International Federation of Institutes of Advanced Study. 1993: "Women, science and technology: towards 1995 and beyond". Program proposal. New York: United Nations Development Fund for Women. 1993: "Beyond Nairobi and Rio: from vision to action for women and nature". Policy draft. New York: Women's Environment and Development Organization.
DisciplineNatural Resource Management
Last updated09/05/2007 10:47:00
 

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