About our Research
The Department of Political Science is a community of active researchers who explore many of the most pressing issues of Canadian and global politics. Faculty members in the department conduct research in all fields of Political Science. Please find information on our field groups here.
Political Science faculty members have been recipients of competitive research grants from a diverse range of funders. The department hosts two research chairs as well as various collaborative research centres and initiatives. Students are actively incorporated into these research activities.
Please refer to our faculty bios to learn more about faculty members’ specific areas of research and their recent publications.
Wednesday, September 13, 2023
New Book by Melissa Haussman & Karen M Kedrowski: Walking the Gendered Tightrope
Walking the Gendered Tightrope: Theresa May and Nancy Pelosi as Legislative Leaders By Melissa Haussman & Karen M Kedrowski This book...
Tuesday, September 12, 2023
Jill Vickers awarded The Journal of Federalism Distinguished Scholar Award
Congratulations to Emeritus Chancellor's Professor Jill Vickers, who was recently awarded Publius: The Journal of Federalism Distinguished Scholar Award for 2023. Supported by the...
Thursday, August 24, 2023
New publication: European Union Governance and Policy-Making: A Canadian Perspective
Achim Hurrelmann is one of the editors of a new textbook on European Union politics: Amy Verdun, Achim Hurrelmann and Emmanuel...
Tuesday, July 4, 2023
Cati Coe awarded SSHRC Connection Grant
Cati Coe has been awarded a SSHRC Connection Grant to support an international research workshop entitled “What is Work? Rethinking the Formalisation of Domestic Work as the Pathway to Dignity”. The workshop, scheduled for fall...