Prof. A. Marie Taylor
Religious Studies Sessional or Contract
- MA in Native and Canadian Philosophy, Lakehead University
- BA in General Arts, University of Toronto
- BA in Philosophy (hons), Lakehead University
- BA in Social Work (hons), Lakehead University
- Indigenous Studies 1100: Introduction to Indigenous Learning
- Indigenous Studies 2314: Metis People of Canada
- Religious Studies 3705: Special Topics - Exploring Religious Meaning
- Religious Studies 1100: Introduction to World Religions
Marie has a history in archaeology and maintains an ongoing interest in human evolution, especially (though not exclusively) in the areas of religion and psychology. She has studied intensely the works of Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung; her MA thesis is entitled "A Jungian Bridge to Native Philosophy", and she periodically offers a researched public lecture on some aspect of life as seen through a Jungian lens.
Having been active in Northwestern Ontario's women's movement, she calls herself an "inclusive feminist" (all genders welcome!) and she enjoys critical thinking that includes self-examination.