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.
Tuesday, May 9, 2023
New book by Jonathan Malloy: The Paradox of Parliament
The Paradox of Parliament provides a comprehensive analysis of all aspects of Parliament in order to explain the paradoxical expectations placed on the institution. The book argues that... More
Thursday, March 30, 2023
Cati Coe’s book awarded Toyin Falola Africa Book Award
Cati Coe's book Changes in Care: Aging, Migration, and Social Class in West Africa (Rutgers UP 2021) has been awarded the 2022 Toyin Falola Africa Book Award. The prize is awarded... More
Tuesday, March 28, 2023
Erin Tolley awarded Carleton University Research Achievement Award
Congratulations to Erin Tolley, recipient of a Carleton University Research Achievement Award (RAA), for her project on “Black Canadians in Electoral Politics”. "There are... More
Thursday, March 23, 2023
Mira Sucharov awarded SSHRC Partnership Engage Grant
We are pleased to announce that Mira Sucharov has been awarded a SSHRC Partnership Engage Grant for her research project (with Omar M. Dajani) “Public Persuasion on Palestinian Refugee... More