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Dr. Noel Dyck, Professor of Social Anthropology, was educated at the University of Saskatchewan and the University of Manchester. His career project has been to explore the social construction and political articulation of contemporary life through the lens of ethnographic inquiry. Recently his research has focused upon the anthropology of sport, childhood, movement, and urban life. But he has also written extensively about relations between Aboriginal peoples and governments. A former President of the Canadian Anthropology Society, he remains actively engaged in teaching, supervising and conducting ethnographic research.
This instructor is currently not teaching any courses.