The objective of the Interdisciplinary Research Group on the Territories of Extractivism (GRITE) is to develop a common and socially relevant research program on these issues. GRITE is an interdisciplinary team of professors and students from the Faculty of Social Sciences (anthropology, development studies and globalization, political science, and sociology) and the Faculty of Law, whose research interests span the range of socio-environmental issues raised by the extractive industry.

Directors

Karine

Karine Vanthuyne

GRITE Director
Sociological and Anthropological Studies
Willow

Willow Scobie

GRITE Co-director
Sociological and Anthropological Studies
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Marie-Dominik Langlois

GRITE Coordinator
PhD student, Sociological and Anthropological Studies

Faculty Members

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Stephen Brown

Political Studies
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Marie-Christine Doran

Political Studies
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Paul Haslam

International Development and Global Studies
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Chris Huggins​

International Development and Global Studies​
David

David Jaclin

Sociological and Anthropological Studies
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Marie-Josée Massicotte

Political Studies
Kathleen

Kathleen Rodgers

Sociological and Anthropological Studies
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Penelope Simons

Faculty of Law, Common Law Section
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Susan Spronk

International Development and Global Studies
sophie_theriault

Sophie Thériault

Faculty of Law, Civil Law Section
Nathan

Nathan Young

Sociological and Anthropological Studies

Students and graduate students

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Stéphanie Bacher

PhD student, Political Studies
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Zoé Boirin-Fargues

JD student, Civil Law
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Nicolas Hubert

PhD student, Political Studies

Other associated members

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Marc-André Anzueto

Adjunct Professor, Social Sciences, Université du Québec en Outaouais
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Étienne Roy-Grégoire

SSHRC-FRQSC Postdoctoral Fellow / McGill Faculty of Law - CICADA / Centre Perelman de philosophie du droit, Université libre de Bruxelles