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Whiteman, Ellen, University of Alberta, conducts research in technology, telework and work-life balance. She has a complicated but close relationship with feminism(s) and has participated in both online and face-to-face activist activities.
Whitridge, Margaret, Ottawa
Wiebe, Brandy, Brandy Wiebe is working on her doctoral degree in Sociology at the University of British Columbia.
Wiebe, Lenora, University of Saskatchewan
Wiegman, Robyn, Duke University
Wilcox, Krista D., Ministry of Intergovernmental Affairs, Government of Ontario
Williams, Susan, Researcher/writer in St. John's, NF.
Williamson, Tara, Tara Williamson is an Anishinaabekwe/Nehayowak from Swan Lake, Manitoba and is a member of the Opaskwayak Cree Nation. She holds a Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Manitoba and is currently in the last year of a concurrent LL.B./M.A. - Indig
Wilson, Budge, Hubbards, Nova Scotia
Wilson, Leslie, University of Western Ontario
Wilson, Susannah, Sir Wilfrid Laurier University
Wilton, Shauna, University of Alberta, Augustana Campus
Wind, Chris, Ontario
Wine, Jeri, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
Winn, Colette, Washington University in St. Louis
Winslow, Carie, Winnipeg
Winters, Laura, University of New Brunswick
Winzer, Margaret, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
Woloshyn, Vera, Brock University
Wong, Yen Nee, London School of Economics and Political Science
Woodfork, Joshua C, Skidmore College
Woodill, Sharon, Sharon Woodill, during her undergraduate studies of jazz, began working with complexity theory as an analytical tool for examining the development of jazz musicians in communities of practice. During her graduate studies, she examined the conceptualizatio
Woods (Douse), Anna Nibby, Shubenacadie
Woolley, Frances , London School of Economics
Woolley, Frances , Carleton University

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