Shelley Tsivia Rabinovitch, University of Ottawa

Adjunct Professor Classics and Religious Studies Ottawa, Ontario tsivia@uottawa.ca Office: (613) 562-5800 ext. 1167

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Shelley Rabinovitch was born in Montreal and spent some of her youth in Tucson, Arizona. She moved to Ottawa in 1977 and spent about 12 years in Radio broadcast news before returning to do graduate work. She teaches religious studies, women’s studies, and anthropology at both the University of Ot...

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Bio/Research

Shelley Rabinovitch was born in Montreal and spent some of her youth in Tucson, Arizona. She moved to Ottawa in 1977 and spent about 12 years in Radio broadcast news before returning to do graduate work. She teaches religious studies, women’s studies, and anthropology at both the University of Ottawa and other academic institutions in Ontario.

Recipient of the University of Ottawa Part-Time Professor of the Year Award 2006, Rabinovitch was recognized in Maclean’s’ annual report on Canadian universities in 2005 and 2006 as one of the most popular professors at the University of Ottawa. She was a finalist for the 2003 Capital Educators’ Award. In 2002, she was voted Best Professor on Campus by the University’s student newspaper, The Fulcrum.



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