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Dr. Constance MacRae-Buchanan holds a doctorate in Political Science from University of Toronto, where she completed a doctoral dissertation entitled, “The Social Citizenship Tradition in Anglo-American Thought.” She also holds a Master of Arts (MA) in Political Science from Carleton University and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Political Studies from the University of Manitoba with an MA-qualifying year completed at McGill University.
Throughout her impressive career, Dr. MacRae-Buchanan has nurtured a comprehensive record of teaching political science at seven Canadian universities as an adjunct lecturer. She served as an adjunct term assist professor at Queen's University, a visiting assistant professor at Memorial University of Newfoundland, and a sessional lecturer at the University of Manitoba, a teaching assistant at the University of Toronto and Carleton University, and a sessional lecturer at the University of Winnipeg. Dr. MacRae-Buchanan has received excellent teaching evaluations throughout the years.
She hopes to connect with political science, history, and anthropology educators on an international level to help with her research, and to gather information for her lectures.
In the course of her teaching career, Dr. MacRae-Buchanan has taught Canadian Politics, Canadian Political Parties, Canadian Federalism and Democracy, Gender and Politics in Canada, Political Theory, and Women and Politics.
With a few short breaks, Dr MacRae Buchanan has taught, since 2006, an online and distance education course in Canadian Government through the G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University, and has thoroughly enjoyed the experience. In 2012, she completely rewrote the text of the course and converted it from a Distance Learning course to a fully online course.