Faculty & Research Interests
Dr. James Devine
Department Head/Associate Professor
International relations and foreign policy in the Middle East; the politics and foreign policy of Iran, international rivalries and protracted conflicts; democracy and authoritarian politics in the Middle East.
Tel. 364-2208 email@example.com
Dr. Wayne Hunt
Canadian, European, Central European and Russian politics, communications studies, relationship between public intellectuals and the media, transformational leadership; technology, design and innovation; politics and literature, Canada and the World, the human impact of emergent technologies, robotics and artificial intelligence, public policy, politics and architecture. (on sabbatical leave for 2017-2018 academic year)
Tel. 364-2207 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Mario Levesque
Canadian politics, public administration, policy change and implementation related to disability (employment, political participation, transit) and environmental (water, energy from waste, sustainability, fisheries) policy; institutional analysis; natural resource conflicts; public policy analysis; intergovernmental relations, federalism. (on sabbatical leave until July 2019)
Tel. 364-2165 email@example.com
Dr. Loralea Michaelis
History of political thought, contemporary critical theory, psychoanalytic theory, feminist political theory; ideas of temporal order in modern political thought from Hobbes to the contemporary period; studies on political disappointment in the political theories of Rosa Luxemburg, Max Horkheimer.
Tel. 364-2206 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. David P. Thomas
Associate Professor/Coordinator of the International Relations Program
Politics in the 'developing' world; African politics; South African politics; International Political Economy; Canada and the 'developing' world; North-South relations; and the political implications of Paulo Freire's radical pedagogy.
Tel. 364-2211 email@example.com
Part-time, Emeritus, & Adjunct Faculty
Dr. Michal Avram
The global intellectual property regime, the interface between global industrial change and local public education and health policy, community-based economic development, geography of literacy.
Dr. Geoff Martin
Part-time Assistant Professor
US Assassination, targeted killing, and drone warfare; International Political Economy, Canadian politics (New Brunswick, municipal and regional politics), and US politics and foreign policy generally.
Marilyn Trenholme Counsell
Dr. Michael Tucker
Alison L. Estabrooks
Tel. 364-2326 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel. 364-2204 email@example.com
Career Services Coordinator
Tel. 364-2226 firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty of Social Sciences Coordinator
Tel. 364-3223 email@example.com
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