Ahmet Barbak

2017-10-11T13:16:19-04:00Postdoctoral Fellows|

Dr. Barbak specializes in theory of public administration, public sector reform, the security-development nexus, security governance, security sector reform, and democratic control of armed forces. His current research project investigates the relationship between security sector reform and the rule of law promotion at a national level.

Jonathan Crush

2020-05-27T15:25:40-04:00Faculty|

An expert on human security, Dr. Crush is a major contributor to global debates on the need for development-friendly governance of migrant movements.

Jenna L. Hennebry

2021-06-04T15:24:06-04:00Faculty|

Associate Professor at BSIA, Dr. Hennebry's research focuses on international migration and mobility, with a specialization in labour migration in Canada and Spain.

Suzan Ilcan

2021-06-22T15:44:29-04:00Faculty|

Dr. Ilcan’s research focuses on migration and refugee studies, humanitarian and development aid, and citizenship rights and social justice.

Alison Mountz

2021-06-22T14:24:34-04:00Faculty|

Dr. Mountz specializes in human migration, with expertise in borders, human smuggling, political asylum, and detention.

Kim Rygiel

2019-10-07T14:12:16-04:00Faculty|

Dr. Rygiel’s research focuses on citizenship, migration and border security in North America and Europe. Projects include research on community-based initiatives fostering cultural pluralism in Europe and on Syrian refugees in Turkey.

Adnan Ali

2020-12-04T18:30:18-05:00MAGG Students|

Adnan Ali recently graduated from the University of Waterloo with a 4-year Honours Political Science degree and a global governance specialization. […]

Neil Arya

2020-12-04T19:13:53-05:00BSIA Fellows|

Neil Arya is a family physician in Kitchener Ontario. He is the president of the Canadian Physicians for Research and Education in Peace (CPREP) (www.cprep.ca), Chair of the […]

Seçil Daǧtaș

2021-08-19T00:03:02-04:00BSIA Fellows|

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.

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