Catherine Krull, Queen’s University

Associate Professor Gender Studies Sociology Kingston, Ontario ck11@queensu.ca Office: (613) 533-6000 ext. 74449

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Bio/Research

Dr. Krull is cross-appointed with Women’s Studies and is on the Steering Committee for the Cultural Studies Graduate Program. Her recent research projects entail 1) a generational analysis of Women's Participation and Resistance in Cuba's Revolution and 2) an analysis of the Cuban Diaspora in Can...

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Bio/Research

Dr. Krull is cross-appointed with Women’s Studies and is on the Steering Committee for the Cultural Studies Graduate Program. Her recent research projects entail 1) a generational analysis of Women's Participation and Resistance in Cuba's Revolution and 2) an analysis of the Cuban Diaspora in Canada, Mexico, the UK, Spain and the Dominican Republic. She is currently editing a special issue of Cuban Studies and has three books in progress (one forthcoming, one submitted, one in progress). She continues to write on the efficacy of Canadian family policies, particularly those adopted in Quebec. Catherine recently organized an International Conference ``The Measure of a Revolution: Cuba, 1959-2009``, which included approximately 250 presenters from more than a dozen countries. She has also held research fellowships at the Rockefeller Center, Harvard University (2007); Department of Sociology, Boston University (2007) and at the Centre for International Studies, London School of Economics, London, England (2003). In 2005, she was awarded the Distinguished Scholar in Population Studies at the University of Alberta.



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