Associate Professor Simon Lapierre, alongside Isabelle Côté, has published the book: “Il se prenait pour le roi de la maison!”. To get a copy of the book, please visit les éditions du remue-ménage (in French only).
The official book launch will take place on Tuesday, May 29 at 5 pm at the Ramada Hotel, 75 Edmonton Street, Gatineau. Please RSVP by May 23: email@example.com.
Simon Lapierre is an Associate Professor at the School of Social Work. He is a founding member of the Feminist Anti-Violence (FemAnVi) Research Collective. His research work, conducted in partnership with feminist activists and practitioners, investigates different manifestations of violence against women, including domestic, sexual and structural violence. His work has also focused on children’s experiences and perspectives on domestic violence, and on women’s experiences of mothering in the context of domestic violence. He has published several articles and books, including Regards critiques sur la maternité dans divers contextes sociaux (PUQ, 2012), Failure-to-Protect: Moving beyond Gendered Responses (Fernwood, 2013) and Violences dans la vie des enfants et des adolescents (PUQ, 2016). Simon was also a member of the University of Ottawa’s Task Force on Respect and Equality, which published the report Ending Sexual Violence at the University of Ottawa (2015).