Associate Professor, York University
Teresa Macías is an associate professor in the School of Social Work, York University. Her scholarly interests include transnational human rights regimes, poststructuralism, decolonial thought and social work education. She has done research and published on a diversity of topics, including human rights policies in Latin America, truth and reconciliation commissions, state compensation policies, nation-building, torture, issues of representation, critical pedagogy, neoliberalism in social work, research methodology and research ethics. Dr. Macías came to Canada from Chile as a political refugee.
The Ethics and Politics of Research in the Social Sciences
Edited by Teresa Macías Afterword by Sherene H. Razack
A bold and urgent intervention that grapples with the ethics and politics of social science research practice, focussing on ethical challenges and dilemmas faced by marginalized scholars and researchers committed to equity and social justice.
Edited by Sobia Shaheen Shaikh, Brenda A. LeFrançois and Teresa Macías
A cutting-edge critical social work textbook that unites social work theory with practice.