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ABOUT THE EDITORS ABBIE BUCKMAN

is in her fourth year of a Bachelors of Arts, opment Studies, though she has also taken as many Islamic Studies classes as she with the intersections of law, human rights, religious freedom, violence, representation and multiculturalism, especially in postcolonial contexts. Abbie has fallen in love with Montréal during her time at McGill and sees a long future in store for herself and la belle ville. ELENA DUGAN

is a U3 student pursuing a Bachelor of Arts,

sip, only one of which she hopes to study in graduate school at the University of Edinburgh. Thanks to Johnny Buckets for all his love and support. MARGARET EDER

is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree

the intersection of these two discourses, in particular the leverage given to relihas been previously involved with the Tony Blair Faith Foundation through McGill. She hopes to pursue a professional degree in human rights and international law after graduating. AVIV MILGRAM’s

interests revolve primarily around Buddhist philosophy, and include an incorpo-

DALIA RAMIREZ-CÔTÉ

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academic interests are varied and include issues of religious identity, Indian Buddhism, postcolonial studies, mysticism, and Tibetan historiography. As a failed linguistic student, she remains deeply interested in philosophy of language. els or planning her graduate studies. JESSICA STILWELL

is a U3 major in Eastern Religions with

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Personal Study, Personal Religion McGill University Undergraduate Journal of Religious Studies

Canons IX:2  

Personal Study, Personal Religion McGill University Undergraduate Journal of Religious Studies

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