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BEAUREGARD, Devin »


Part-time professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Political Studies

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Office: 613-858-2314
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My research program focuses on cultural and creative industries policies. In particular, I am interested in digital culture and the role of the cultural industries in creating and promoting a sense of identity and place.

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BICKERTON, Ashley »


PhD alumna
PhD student
Faculty of Social Sciences
Women's Studies Institute

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In the Spring of 2015 I successfully defended and submitted my PhD thesis. My research analyses representations of Canadian, American and Australian military personnel, police and cadets involved in military 'sex scandals'. I explore the longstanding culture of misogyny, racism, homophobia and ableism in the Canadian, U.S. and Australian Armed Forces, with a focus on the ways 'militarized masculinity' is guided by these violent structures and fundamental to the military's creation of soldiers. My dissertation explores the ways blame is individualised in cases of sexual and racist violence involving military personel, while military culture and militarized masculinity are commonly celebrated without regard for how they are fundamentally violent.

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CANET, RaphaĆ«l »


Assistant professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
School of International Development and Global Studies

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Office: 613-562-5800 (4979)
Cell: 514-883-9594
Home: 514-272-5952
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Study of transnational social movements, globilization protests, alterglobalism, World Social Forum, Occupy Movement, Occupy Wall Street, political sociology of protests, struggles for democratization, international solidarity and alliance between societies, demondialisation, participatory democracy, theories of post-development.

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COCKELL, John »


Part-time professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
School of International Development and Global Studies

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Cell: 819-639-7330
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United Nations peacekeeping, peacebuilding, conflict prevention, mediation, conflict management, and other peace operations in fragile and conflict states; ethnic conflict and ethnic nationalism; Kashmir; Kosovo; Darfur; Sudan; South Sudan; Somalia; India; complex peace operations planning and implementation; development aid and conflict; governance and conflict.

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DE KERCKHOVE, Ferry »


Senior fellow
Faculty of Social Sciences
Graduate School of Public and International Affairs

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Office: 613-562-5800 (4852)
Cell: 613-400-2414
Home: 613-421-8263
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My diplomatic career has exposed me to the Muslim World (Iran, Pakistan, Indonesia) and to the Arab world (Egypt), as well as to Russia and to Security issues (NATO). Of course, with 38 years of experience in Foreign Affairs, I do have a solid background onn Canadian Foreign Policy. I have been involved in policy planning (both political and trade) for over 6 years during my career at DFAIT. I have contributed a number of TV and Radio interviews on issues related to all facets of my experience and have written a number of pieces and comments at conferences all over Canada and abroad. As the Executive Vice President of the Conference of Defence Associations Institute, and the co-author of "Canada's Strategic Outlook" of the CDAI for 2013 and 2014, I am also involved in Canada's defence policy. I write as well for CDFAI and for CIPS.

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English and French , Spanish; some Russian

MILNE, Nick »


PhD student
Faculty of Arts
English

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Cell: 613 858 5617
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I specialize in the cultural and literary history of the English-speaking world from 1890 through the 1960s, with a particular focus on the British literature and history of the First World War. My current project offers a reappraisal of the work of certain literary propagandists in light of recent shifts in the war's historiography. I have recently appeared as a guest on BBC Radio 4's documentary program '1914-1918:The Cultural Front', and I am a regular contributor to the University of Oxford's First World War centenary project, 'Continuations and Beginnings'.

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