B.A. (Carleton) M.A., Ph.D. (York)
Office: Lady Eaton College S 109
Phone: 705-748-1011 x 7966
Office Hours: Monday 12:00-1:00 (appointment preferred)
Colleen O’Manique has been a faculty at member Trent since 2001. She holds a cross-appointment with Gender & Women’s Studies and International Development Studies, and is affiliated with Political Studies and the Frost Centre for Canadian & Indigenous Studies. Broadly speaking, her research has focused on the intersections between global economic restructuring, gender, & health and health policy, and global health policy & human rights. With co-investigator Pieter P. Fourie, she is researching Canada’s and South Africa’s past and future role in constructing, measuring and implementing policies of ‘women’s empowerment’ through the SSHRC- funded project ‘Gender Justice in the Post- Millennium Development Goal Environment.’
Professor O’Manique has taught a variety of courses, including Introduction to Gender & Women’s Studies, Feminist Research, Gender, Globalization & Resistance, Women, Gender & International Development, Women & Health, Sex, Gender & Science, Global Politics, and Local Politics in Global Perspective. She will soon be introducing a new course to the IDST curriculum: Contemporary Issues in Global Health.
On sabbatical 2015-16
Colleen O'Manique normally teaches WMST-IDST 2251H Gender and International Development;
WMST-NURS 2121H Women and Health; WMST-ANTH 4932H Sex, Gender, and Science; and WMST-POST 3881H Gender, Globalization, and Resistance.
O’Manique, C. (2014) ‘Gender, Health and Security’ in S. Rushton and J. Youde (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Global Health Security. London: Routledge. Pp.48-59
O’Manique, C. and M. Rahman (2013) “ Product (RED): Glam Aid, Consumer Citizens and the Colonization of Governance” in G. Fridell and M. Konings (eds.) Age of Icons: Exploring Philanthrocapitalism in the Contemporary World. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
O’Manique, C. (2012) “Global Health and the Human Security Agenda,” The Ashgate Handbook of Global Health, T. Schrecker (ed), Ashgate Press.
O’Manique, C. (2011), “Globalization and Gendered Vulnerabilities to HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa,” J. Klot and V-K. Nguyen (eds) The Fourth Wave: Violence, Gender, Culture and HIV/AIDS in the 21stCentury. Paris: UNESCO. pp.37-52.
O’Manique, C. and S. MacLean. (2010), “Pathways Among Human Security, Gender and HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa,” Canadian Journal of African Studies 44(3) pp. 457-498.
O’Manique C & Fourie, P (2009) ‘The Securitization of Health in the 21st Century’ in Dunn Cavelty, M & Mauer, V (eds.) Handbook of Security Studies. Oxford: Routledge.
O’Manique, C (2009) ‘Palliative Interventions: Canadian Foreign Policy, Security, and Global Health Governance, in Maclean, S, Brown, S & Fourie, P (eds) Health for Some: The political economy of global health governance. Basingstoke & New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
O’Manique, C and R. Labonte, (2008) ‘Rethinking (Product) RED, The Lancet vol. 371 May 10, and O’Manique C and R. Labonte (2008) ‘Author’s Reply: Rethinking (Product) RED’, The Lancet vol. 371 May 31.
O’Manique, C (2006) ‘The Securitization of AIDS: A Critical Feminist Lens’ in eds. Tim Shaw and Sandra McLean (eds), Mapping Innovations in Human Security. Surrey: Ashgate Press.
O’Manique, C (2006) ‘Global Health and Universal Human Rights: The Case for G8 Responsibility’ in The G8 and Global Health: Challenge, Response, Innovation Ronald Labonte, Ted Schrecker and David Kirton (eds.) Surrey: Ashgate Press.
O’Manique, C (2005) ‘The Securitization’ of AIDS: A Critical Feminist Lens’ Policy and Society 24 (1) (re-published in (2011) Global Health Vol.4: Global Health Ethics, Public Policy and Challenges for the Future, Labonte, R.; Mohindra,K.; Schrecker, T. and Stroebenau, K. (eds). London: Sage Publications.
O’Manique, C (2004) ‘Global Neo-liberalism and AIDS Policy: International Responses to Africa’s Pandemic.’ Studies in Political Economy, Spring/Summer 2004
O’Manique, C (2004) Neoliberalism and AIDS Crisis in Sub-Saharan Africa: Globalization’s Pandemic. Basingstoke: Palgrave-MacMillan.