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  1. Shannon Bell

    Shannon Bell


    Shannon Bell (born 5 July 1955) is a performance philosopher who lives and writes philosophy-in-action, experimental philosophy.

  2. Robert Altemeyer

    Robert Altemeyer


    Robert Anthony "Bob" Altemeyer (born June 6, 1940), is a retired Professor of Psychology at the University of Manitoba. He produced the test and scale for "RWA" or Right-wing authoritarianism.

  3. Helma Trass

    Helma Trass


    Helma Trass, a student under Maria Montessori was the founder of the first Montessori school in Canada, Toronto Montessori Schools. After the Second World War, Mrs. Trass, a citizen of Holland, was so grateful to Canada's contribution to the freedom of her home country that she decided to move there. In Canada, she was shocked to find that there were no Montessori schools, despite the growing popularity of the Montessori Method. As a result, she created the first Montessori school in Canada in the 1960s. In 1971, she founded the Toronto Montessori Institute, a school for the education of would-be Montessori teachers.

  4. Shawn Atleo

    Shawn Atleo


    Shawn A-in-chut Atleo is a former National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations in Canada.

  5. John Meisel

    John Meisel


    John Meisel, CC (born October 23, 1923) is a Canadian political scientist, professor, and scholar.

  6. James Cordy

    James Cordy


    James Reginald Cordy (born January 2, 1950) is a Canadian computer scientist and educator who is a Professor in the School of Computing at Queen's University. As a researcher he is currently active in the fields of source code analysis and manipulation, software reverse and re-engineering, and pattern analysis and machine intelligence. He has a long record of previous work in programming languages, compiler technology, and software architecture.

  7. James I. McCord

    James I. McCord


    James I. McCord (* 1919 in Breadalbane, Ontario; † February 19, 1990) was a president of Princeton Theological Seminary. He also won the 1986 Templeton Prize.

  8. A. K. Warder

    A. K. Warder


    Anthony Kennedy Warder (September 8, 1924 - January 8, 2013) was a scholar of Indology, mostly in Buddhist studies and related fields, such as the Pāḷi and Sanskrit languages. He wrote 15 books and numerous articles. He held the title of Professor Emeritus of Sanskrit in the School of East Asian Studies in the University of Toronto.

  9. Alvin A. Lee

    Alvin A. Lee


    Alvin A. Lee (born September 30, 1930), B.A., M.A., M.Div., Ph.D., is a literary critic. The majority of his academic career—some 39 years—was spent at McMaster University in Hamilton; he served as President and vice-chancellor of that university from 1980 to 1990. He also served as Chairman of the Council of Ontario Universities. The McMaster Museum of Art is housed in a building named in his honour because of his work acquiring extensive and valuable art collections for McMaster University. He received honorary doctorates from Victoria University in the University of Toronto, and from McMaster University, and was made an honorary professor at Beijing University, the University of Science and Technology Beijing, and Heilongjiang University.

  10. Peter Frost

    Peter Frost


    Peter Frost, is a Canadian anthropologist. In 1995 he earned Ph.D. from Université Laval.

  11. David Weisstub

    David Weisstub


    David N. Weisstub (born 1944) is the Philippe Pinel professor of legal psychiatry and biomedical ethics at the Université de Montréal. He is the honorary life president of the International Academy of Law and Mental Health, and the editor-in-chief both of its International Journal of Law and Psychiatry and of Springer's International Library on Ethics, Law and the New Medicine He sits on the editorial board of the Journal of Ethics in Mental Health. He has been made a Chevalier of the Légion d'honneur in France, a Knight of the Order of the Dutch Lion, and Grande Ufficiale in Italy.

  12. Mike Grenby

    Mike Grenby


    Mike Grenby is a Canadian academic and journalist. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Communications at Bond University.

  13. Alastair Summerlee

    Alastair Summerlee


  14. Stephen Griew

    Stephen Griew


    Stephen Griew (1928 – 2 October 2010) was the third President of Athabasca University He was born in London, and also served at University of Toronto and Murdoch University.

  15. Reginald Bibby

    Reginald Bibby


    Reginald Wayne Bibby, OC is a Canadian sociologist. He holds the Board of Governors Research Chair in the Department of Sociology at the University of Lethbridge.

  16. Gisèle Côté-Harper

    Gisèle Côté-Harper


    Gisèle Côté-Harper, OC (born 1942) is a Canadian lawyer and professor. She is the 1995 recipient of the Pearson Medal of Peace for her work as a human rights activist. She is the first Francophone woman to receive such an honour.

  17. Sara Diamond (academic)

    Sara Diamond (academic)


    Sara Louise Diamond, OOnt (b. 9 March 1954) is the current president of OCAD University, Canada.

  18. Aaron Devor

    Aaron Devor


    Aaron H. Devor (born Holly Devor in 1951) is a Canadian sociologist and sexologist known for research of transexuality and transgender communities. Devor has taught at the University of Victoria since 1989 and is currently dean of graduate studies. Maclean's, a Canadian weekly news magazine, described Devor as "an internationally respected expert on gender, sex and sexuality."

  19. William Ward Armstrong

    William Ward Armstrong


    William Ward Armstrong is a Canadian mathematician and computer scientist. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia in 1966 and is most known as the originator Armstrong's axioms of dependency in a Relational database.

  20. Bruce Bagemihl

    Bruce Bagemihl


    Bruce Bagemihl is a Canadian biologist, linguist, and author of the book Biological Exuberance: Animal Homosexuality and Natural Diversity.

  21. Reza Iravani

    Reza Iravani


    Dr. Reza Iravani (in Persian: ??? ???????) is a professor in the Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Toronto. He holds the L. Lau Chair in Electrical and Computer Engineering in same department (for two consecutive five-year terms from 2004 to 2014). He became a fellow of the IEEE in 2003 for his contributions to power engineering education and modeling, design, and control of power electronic converters for power system applications. He is also the chair of the IEEE Power Engineering Society on T&D Subcommittee on General Systems. He is a registered Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario, Canada.

  22. Claude Sumner

    Claude Sumner


    Father Claude Sumner, SJ was a Canadian professor of philosophy who worked at Addis Ababa University from 1953. He was best known for his work on Ethiopian philosophy, and in particular for introducing the philosophers Zera Yacob and Walda Heywat to the English-speaking world.

  23. Thierry Bardini

    Thierry Bardini


    Thierry Bardini is a French sociologist who did all his academic career outside France. He is a full professor in the Department of Communication at the Université de Montréal, Canada, where he co-directs the Workshop in Radical Empiricism (with Brian Massumi).

  24. Charles Norris Cochrane

    Charles Norris Cochrane


    Charles Norris Cochrane (August 21, 1889–November 23, 1945) was a Canadian historian and philosopher who taught at the University of Toronto.

  25. Abraham Rotstein

    Abraham Rotstein


    Abraham Rotstein (10 April 1929 – 27 April 2015) was a Canadian economist who was a professor of economics at the University of Toronto. He was a fellow of Massey College. He is best known as a co-founder of the Committee for an Independent Canada. He received his doctorate from the University of Toronto in 1967 for the thesis Fur trade and empire : an institutional analysis. He was a student of Karl Polanyi.

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