I teach in the areas of Canadian politics and gender and politics. In recent years I’ve taught Introduction to Political Science, Gender and Politics, The Politics of Intimate Life, and Introduction to the Discipline of Political Science for Masters’ Students.

I currently supervise three graduate students and serve on several supervisory committees in both Political Science and Sociology. Most of my graduate students have received scholarship support from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, and all of them are active contributors to the graduate community. I would be happy to consider new students for 2016-17.

As I am currently chair of the University of Alberta’s Department of Political Science, I will teach one course in 2016-17:  Pol S 441/596 – The Politics of Intimate Life.


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