Rodney Hunt

Lecturer

Rodney Hunt

Lecturer

Areas of interest

Social inequities in health, determinants of health, Indigenous health and wellness, sex/gender, critical public health, social theory, qualitative research.

Education

  • B.A. in Sociology (Honours with Distinction), University of Victoria
  • M.A. in Sociology, University of Victoria
  • Ph.D. (ABD) in Sociology, Simon Fraser University

Biography

Rodney Hunt joined the faculty as an instructor in 2011. He is also an instructor in SFU’s Interim Aboriginal University Preparation Program (IAUPP). Rodney is a sociologist and public health educator whose scholarly and teaching interests include social inequities in health, determinants of health, public health, and the social study of the body in medicine, with a focus on critical enquiry.

Rodney received his B.A. (honours) and M.A. in sociology from the University of Victoria, and he completed all Ph.D. related course work in sociology (ABD) at Simon Fraser University (SFU). His scholarly and teaching activities are informed by a commitment to social justice, feminism, anti-racism, and Indigenous and non-Indigenous reconciliation.

Teaching Interests

Social inequities and health, critical public health, sex/gender, transformative social change