M.A., University of Waterloo, PhD University of Alberta
Office: Clark Hall 420
Teaching Areas: Classical Social Theory; Contemporary Social Theory; Critical Sociology; Sociology of Health, Illness, and Disease; Medical Humanities; Sociology of Medical Systems; Advanced Theory and Methodology; Contemporary French Social Thought; Gender and Women’s Studies
Research Areas: Classical Social Theory; Contemporary Social Theory; Sociology of Medicine; Sociology of Evidence-Based Medicine; Critical Theory; Historical Methods in Sociology; Nominalism
Dr. Hanemaayer came to Brandon University after completing her doctorate in sociology, theory and culture at the University of Alberta, Canada, and a Killam Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Dalhousie University. Her research and publications have focused on the sociology of games, classical sociological theory, public sociology, and the sociology of medicine. Her current research examines the role of evidence-based medicine in professional regulation.