PhD Students

PhD Candidates (Thesis Proposal Approved)

Recent PhD Graduates

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Thesis Title

Thesis Supervisor

Ajay Parasram March 2017 Becoming the State: Territorializing Ceylon, 1815-1848 Hans-Martin Jaeger
Ugur Yildiz March 2017 Tracing Asylum Journeys: Transnational Refugee Mobility to Canada via Turkey William Walters
Chantal Clement January 2017 The new governance of sustainable food systems: Shared insight from four rural communities in Canada and the EU Peter Andree
Daryl Kator January 2017 On the Kinship of Shakespeare and Plato Waller Newell
Jack MacLennan September 2016 From Protection to Policing: Military Air Power and the Governance of Humanitarian Crises, 1992-2011 Hans-Martin Jaeger
Emmet Collins August 2016 Why can’t we be friends? Informal Relations, Public Policy, and Federalism in Canada Jonathan Malloy

Raffaele Iacovino

Stephanie Redden August 2016 The ‘Feminization’ of the Everyday: Examining the Gendered Nature of Worker Resistance within the Transnational Call Center Industry Fiona Robinson

Christina Gabriel

Julia Calvert July 2016 Reclaiming Domestic Agency: International Investment Agreements and the Defence of Policy Space in Latin America Laura Macdonald
Colin Cordner July 2016 A Tale of Two Republics: Plato and Michael Polanyi on Science, Faith, and the Study of Man Tom Darby
Alan Stephenson April 2016 Canadian National Security Culture: Explaining Post 9/11 Canadian National Security Policy Outcomes Elinor Sloan
Michael To April 2016 China’s Quest for a Modern Constitutional Polity Tom Darby
Andrea Wagner March 2016 Errors of Commission: EU Accession and the struggle against corruption in Romania Jeremy Paltiel
Ayşegül Ergül February 2016 Walter Benjamin and Kitsch Politics in the Phantasmagorical Age Tom Darby
Dorian Kroqi January 2016 The President of the European Council and the quest for an EU democracy Achim Hurrelmann
David Perry October 2015 Purchasing Power: Explaining Variation in the Canadian Armed Forces’ use of Contracted Services Elinor Sloan
Tim Fowler September 2015 Fighting Back After the Neoliberal Assault: Class Formation, Class Politics, and the Canadian Autoworkers Christina Gabriel

Rianne Mahon

Scott Pruysers September 2015 Two Political Worlds?: Reconsidering Vertical Party Integration in Canada: Evidence From Ontario William Cross
David Matijasevich September 2015 Agonism and Antagonism: Past and Future Possibilities of Radical Democracy Achim Hurrelmann
Horia Nedelcu September 2015 Anti-Establishment Radical Parties in 21st Century Europe Joan DeBardeleben
Lesley Copeland May 2015 Pearl Harbor and American Intelligence Culture: Cultural Symbols in American Intelligence Discourse Communities, Meta-Theoretical Lenses and Multi-Perspective Approaches Mira Sucharov
Gustavo Morales Vega May 2015 Neoliberal Modernity Crisis in Latin America at the Twenty First Century: Social Cleavages, National Challenges and Hemispheric Revisionism Cristina Rojas
Hamed Mousavi April 2015 A Cultural Approach to Foreign Policy Analysis: The Role of Political Ideologies in Shaping Israeli Policy Toward the Peace Process Mira Sucharov
Nicolette O’Connor March 2015 Military Adaptation and Civil-Military Unity of Effort: A Historical Institutional Analysis of the American, British and Canadian Armed Forces in Afghanistan, 2001-2011 Elinor Sloan