|Degrees:||BA, MA, PhD (York)|
Glen Williams is the author of Blood Must Tell: Debating Race and Identity in the Canadian House of Commons, 1880-1925 (available as a paperback or ebook) and Not For Export: The International Competitiveness of Canadian Manufacturing, 1879-1994 (ebook and paperback versions of the 1994 Third Edition reissued in 2015). Williams also co-edited and contributed chapters to two field-defining textbooks: Canadian Politics in the 21st Century, now in its seventh edition (with Michael Whittington,) and The New Canadian Political Economy (with Wallace Clement.) With a wide range of intellectual interests, Williams has taught across several subfields in his discipline – Canadian and comparative public policy; Canadian politics and foreign policy; Canadian and international political economy; as well as war and sovereignty in international relations. Possessing a career-long passion for advancing undergraduate education, Williams held the rank of Professor of Political Science for two decades at Carleton University and served two terms as Chair of his Department.