Chapter 13. Instrumentalizing the Ambiguity of Violence in the Carré Rouge: The Quebec Student Crisis of 2012
Advancing Nonviolence and Social Transformation - New Perspectives on Nonviolent Theories - Heather Eaton
Marie Boglari [+]
PhD Candidate, Saint Paul University, Ottawa, Canada
Marie Boglari is a PhD candidate in Conflict Studies, a program offered by Saint Paul University. Marie holds a Bachelor and a Master’s degree in Law from Université Catholique de Louvain (Belgium), and a Master’s degree in Conflict Studies from Saint Paul University. Her PhD thesis consists of a qualitative study on the impact of ethnic and nationalist discrimination on the actors of conflict. She teaches at the BA level courses on Social Justice and alternative dispute resolution, and volunteers with Community Mediation Ottawa.
Martin Samson [+]
Martin Samson was ordained in Europe after studying a bachelor in metaphysical theology. He has his Master in theological Studies from Flinders university in Adelaide. He also has a post graduate diploma in Adult Education from the University of south Australia. He is currently a Doctorial Candidate in theology at Flinders University and is writing on the Christology of Rudolf Steiner. He has published a book on the implications of aligning the Christian festivals with the seasons in the southern hemisphere - towards a global understanding of nature in religion.
Martin Samson and Marie Boglari assess the social and political dynamics of nonviolence in the 2012 student protests in Quebec, Canada.