Marianne Quirouette

Professeure adjointe, École de criminologie, UdeM

À propos:

Marianne Quirouette est professeure adjointe de la Faculté des arts et des sciences, École de criminologie à l’Université de Montréal. Elle détient un doctorat de l’Université de Toronto (Crime and Deviance/Qualitative Methods) et une maîtrise de l’Université Concordia.

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Communications en lien avec l'ODP:

Quirouette, M “Ethics and fieldwork with professionals” Crime and Control Ethnography Symposium 2018 – Goldsmith College – London

Quirouette, M, “Defense Lawyers in Lower Criminal Courts” Junior Scholar Workshop – Law and Society Association 2018, Annual Meetings, – Toronto

Quirouette, M “Criminal Justice and the Community: The Micro Politics of Problem Solving around Risk” British Society of Criminology 2016 – Nottingham

Quirouette, M, Frederick, T. “Conflict with Law & Young Homeless People’s Trajectories Towards Stability” Law and Society Association, Annual Meetings, Law`s Promise and Law’s Pathos (Identity and Legality Panel) 2016– Seattle

Quirouette, M. “A Precarious Place’: Housing Specialized Court Clients”
Annual American Society of Criminology Meetings (Improving Offender Outcomes in Correctional Populations Panel) 2015 – San Francisco

Publications en lien avec l'ODP:

Quirouette, Marianne (2021) “’The Struggle is Real’: Punitive Assessment in Community Services” Punishment & Society (online)

Quirouette, Marianne (2018) “Community Practitioners, Risk Logics and Micro Politics in Lower Criminal Courts” Theoretical Criminology 22(4) 582-602

Quirouette, Marianne, Frederick, T., M., Hughes, J., Karabanow, J., Kidd, Naylor, T (2016) “Conflict with Law & Young Homeless People’s Trajectories Toward Stability” Canadian Journal of Law & Society, 31(3): 383-404.

Quirouette, Marianne (2016) “Managing Multiple Disadvantages: Emergency Shelters and the Regulation of Complex-Needs” Journal of Poverty, 20(3): 316-339.

Quirouette, Marianne, Kelly Hannah-Moffat and Paula Maurutto (2016) “A Precarious Place’: Housing and Specialized Court Clients” The British Journal of Criminology, 56(2): 370-388.

Subventions de recherche:

ONTARIO TECH UNIVERSITY
2022-2025 Examining long term trajectories in the transition away from youth homelessness in four cities across Canada
PI: Tyler Frederick Making the Shift – Youth Homelessness Social Innovation Lab (500 000$)

UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTRÉAL
2020-2023 Defence Lawyers and the Relevance of Social Problems in Lower Criminal Courts: A Comparative Analysis
PI: Dr. Marianne Quirouette (53, 589$) CRSH, Développent Savoir

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
2020-2021 Pandemic Policing of the Homeless in Canada: From Crime Control to Public Health Strategy *Chercheure (Co-investigator)

PI: Dr. Joe Hermer ($82,219) Toronto COVID-19 Action Initiative 2020

UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTRÉAL
2019 – 2021 Défense en cours pénale: pratiques, logiques et les clientèles marginalisées
PI: Dr. Marianne Quirouette – Subvention Exploration (6 000$)

2018-2022 Accès au Droit et Accès à la Justice (ADAJ) *Chercheure chantier #16 : Accès à la justice en détention.
PI : Dr. Pierre Noreau, (2 500 000$) CRSH, Subvention de partenariat
PI : chantier #16 – Dr. Marion Vacheret (Chantier 16 = 72 444$)

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