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Arielle Perrotta

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Biography

Arielle Perrotta is a PhD student supervised by Dr. Jennifer Leason in the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology, University of Calgary. I am passionate about social justice, including social equality, gender-based experiences, and decolonization which have inspired my research interests in qualitative research methodologies; feminist theory; women’s sexual and reproductive health; and Indigenous maternal health. My research and service work promotes inclusion and therefore, I enjoy working with multidisciplinary research teams that incorporate critical and decolonizing methodologies, and community-based research and collaboration. Conversations, relationships, and learning with family and friends have shaped my interest in researching maternal health, and sexual and reproductive health.

Discipline: Not Applicable

Centre: University of Calgary

Supervisors / Mentors: Jennifer Leason

Project Title: Maternal health experiences in Nunavut: Inuit traditions, birth agency, and the current landscape of maternity care in Inuit Nunangat

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