Frances' broad research interests are governance challenges and policy setting in post conflict countries.
Caleb is interested in global social justice movements, rhetoric, ethics, transitional justice, Turkey, nuclear weapons disarmament, indigenous politics, and new approaches to social inquiry.
Tamara Lorincz is a PhD candidate in Global Governance at the Balsillie School for International Affairs (Wilfrid Laurier University). Tamara graduated with an MA in International Politics & Security […]
Tahnee's dissertation focuses on understanding what a legalized international governance structure that could account for the complexity and rapid change of the Arctic could look like and how we can get there.
Tracey's doctoral research looks at how civil society and corporate actors are able to influence global health policy-making, especially when their interests are at odds and they each have different access to various types of power.
Dr. Daǧtaș is Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Waterloo. She obtained her PhD in 2014 from the Department of Anthropology and the Collaborative Program in Women and Gender Studies at the University of Toronto.
Brittany’s experiences have sparked her research interests, which are concerned with security, human rights and race politics. In particular, Brittany is interested in the ways in which technology is constructed to favour certain races over others.
Emaan Ali’s research interests lie in the field of international development policy. More specifically, she is curious about the impact of multilateral development policies on the lives of girls and women in the Global South.