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Denise Nadeau is of mixed French, Irish, English and Mi’kmaq heritage.
She is a theologian, movement therapist and popular educator and much of her recent work has focused on combining expressive art therapies and spiritual practices in the repair of sexist, racist, heterosexist and colonial violence. She has a MLitt from Oxford University, a MDiv from Vancouver School of Theology and a DMIN from San Francisco Theological Seminary in the area of International Feminist Theologies. Her publications include Counting Our Victories: Popular Education and Organizing (Catalyst: 1996, 2001) and numerous articles on non-violence, decolonization and deconstructing whiteness in Christian practice. She has developed and taught courses in Embodied Non-Violence in Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal. She is a Research Associate with the Simon de Beauvoir Institute at Concordia University and Acting Director of the Interfaith Summer Institute for Justice, Peace and Social Movements at Simon Fraser University.
director [at] interfaithjustpeace [dot] org
Year of Production: 2008
Region: British ColumbiaMENOS