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Maria-Carolina Cambre

Dr. Cambre is an artist/scholar/educator and an assistant professor in the Sociology department at King’s University College at Western University, Ontario, Canada. Her dissertation was recognized with the Bacchus Distinguished Dissertation Award: International Education 2012, the International Visual Sociology Association’s Reiger Award 2013 and nominated for three other prizes. Her work explores questions of representation, global communication and policy with an eye to ethics and social justice. Methodologically, a focus on discourse analysis and semiotics (semioethics and global semiotics), as well as a variety of empirical qualitative approaches and research designs are part of her broad repertoire and agility in project design. Critical theory/methodologies and visual sociology, critical policy analysis, new methodologies and artistic/creative research practices as well as questions of the sociology of communication, policy models, and emerging social and image-centred theories also relate to her work. She has published in high impact journals such as, Visual Arts Research; Globalisation, Societies, and Education; and Review of Education, Pedagogy and Cultural Studies.

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