Ousmane Aly Diallo

2021-06-02T13:25:49-04:00PhD Students|

Ousmane’s research will explore the role of identity and legitimacy in the collaboration between the United Nations and Regional Economic Communities in peacekeeping/peacebuilding operations.

Alistair Edgar

2020-11-26T10:30:24-05:00Faculty|

Dr. Edgar is Associate Professor of Political Science at Wilfrid Laurier University. His research focuses on transitional justice in war-to-peace transitions and post-conflict peace building.

Kayla Grant

2021-06-02T13:25:37-04:00PhD Students|

Kayla is examining the role of police within the international community and the joint effort to prevent cross-border criminal activity.

Caleb Lauer

2020-12-04T15:24:20-05:00PhD Students|

Caleb is interested in global social justice movements, rhetoric, ethics, transitional justice, Turkey, nuclear weapons disarmament, indigenous politics, and new approaches to social inquiry.

Laura Higgins

2020-12-04T18:50:48-05:00MAGG Students|

As she approaches her studies, Laura seeks to blend her familiarity with agriculture into her understanding and analysis of the conditions of human security in Canada and abroad.

Kaleigh Alyssa Campbell

2020-12-04T18:37:45-05:00MAGG Students|

Kaleigh Alyssa Campbell's research interests surround the political-economic arrangements that relate to the international trade of artworks and the development of national policies regarding the trade of cultural goods.

Claire Perttula

2021-04-13T12:28:40-04:00MIPP Students|

Claire Perttula is deepening her understanding of the link between international trade and international environmental policies through a lens of food sovereignty.

Lena Gahwi

2020-12-04T17:38:52-05:00MIPP Students|

Lena Gahwi's research interests center around state security and the embodied migrant experience and are informed by critical-feminist theory.

Anjali Shanmugam

2020-12-04T18:12:35-05:00MIPP Students|

Anjali Shanmugam is interested in the movement of peoples across geographies, the barriers that migrants encounter, and gender inequality, for instance, the access to health rights and property rights of women.

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