Professor Paul Goode was interviewed by Kyla Reid on the Faculty of Public Administration’s Research Shop Talk podcast. Professor Goode is joined by Professor Christiane Wilke from the Department of Law and Legal Studies to discuss the challenges that they face when their field work site becomes a war zone.

You can listen to the episode here. 

About the Podcast: The Research Shop Talk podcasts asks researchers: How do you deal with rejection? What happens when real-world events derail your project? How do you both mentor and manage graduate students? Host Kyla Reid leads a lively chat with researchers from Carleton University’s Faculty of Public Affairs in Ottawa, Canada about the challenges and the wins of being an academic researcher in this 6-part series.

About the Host: Kyla Reid is not a social science researcher but has spent over a decade supporting social science research as the Manager, Research Services and Initiatives in the Faculty of Public Affairs. She holds a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Sydney in Australia. When she isn’t hosting this podcast, she enjoys CrossFit, running, paddle sports, and hanging out with her pugs.

About the guests: Paul Goode is an Associate Professor and McMillan Chair of Russian Studies at the Institute of European, Russian and Eurasian Studies. His current research broadly focuses on nationalism and authoritarianism in Russia and the former Soviet states.

Christiane Wilke is a Professor in the Law department. Her research examines ow Western militaries and human rights organizations produce knowledge about and legal analyses of armed conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria. She teaches undergraduate- and graduate-level Law courses.