Shari Brotman, McGill University

Associate Professor Social Work Montreal, Quebec shari.brotman@mcgill.ca Office: (514) 398-7054

Bio/Research

Dr. Brotman's scholarly activities center on questions of access and equity in the design and delivery of health and social services to cultural communities in Canada. Her work incorporates an intersectional approach focussing specifically on gender, race, culture, sexuality, disability and aging...

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Bio/Research

Dr. Brotman's scholarly activities center on questions of access and equity in the design and delivery of health and social services to cultural communities in Canada. Her work incorporates an intersectional approach focussing specifically on gender, race, culture, sexuality, disability and aging. Dr. Brotman works through the theoretical lenses of feminism and anti-oppression. Her work is supported by grants from SSHRC, CIHR, CQRS, FQRSC and Health Canada. Currently, Dr. Brotman is involved with two interdisciplinary research teams. The first, situated at UQAM addresses the health of sexual minority communities in Canada. The second, with CREGES, focuses upon aging, social exclusion and solidarity.

As a published author, Dr. Brotman's work appears in peer-reviewed national and international journals and books. She presents findings at community and academic events across the country. The courses she teaches focus on Anti-Oppression, Social Work Practice and Social Gerontology.



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