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Summary: Scholarly and Research Activity

April 2017

Academic Presentations

Bryan Evans.  “Course Design and Curriculum Development” (Panellist). Government of Ethiopia Leadership Academy/Institute of Public Administration of Canada Professional Development Program.  Toronto:  Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Toronto, 11 April 2017.

Cameron Anderson and Michael McGregor.  “National Identity and the Two Sides of Partisanship: The Case of the 2015 Canadian Federal Election.”  Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Midwest Political Science Association.  Chicago, IL: 08 April 2017.

Michael McGregor and Laura Stephenson.  “Policy versus Personality: Correct Voting in the 2014 Toronto Municipal Election.”  Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Midwest Political Science Association.  Chicago, IL: 08 April 2017.

Cheryl Collier and Tracey Raney (presented by Cheryl Collier). Gendered Institutional Change or More of the Same? Assessing Canada's New Sexual Harassment Code of Conduct for Members of Parliament.” Presented at Gender, Institutions and Change: Feminist Institutionalism after 10 years. Manchester, U.K.: Feminism and Institutionalism International Network, University of Manchester, 3-4 April 2017.

Daniel Rubenson, Leonard Wantchekon (Princeton University), Gabriel López-Moctezuma (Yale University), Thomas Fujiwara (Princeton University), and Cecilia Pe Lero (University of Norte Dame).  “Policy Deliberation and Voter Persuasion: Experimental Evidence From an Election in the Philippines.”  Presented at the LSE Political Science and Political Economy seminar series.  London, UK: London School of Economics, 25 April 2017.

John Shields, Donna Baines and Ian Cunningham. “Precarious Undertakings: The Challenge of Serving Vulnerable Communities through Nonprofit Work.”  Presented at Social Inequality and Social Justice: North & South, North vs South – Alternate Routes Conference.  Holguin, Cuba:  26-27 April 2017.

John Shields. “Situating Syrian Refugee Settlement at Month 13.”  Presented to ACCES Board Retreat. Toronto: 01 April 2017.

Also, Congratulations to two of our MPPA students:

Chantal Maru.  “Analyzing the Link Between the Legacy of the Residential School System and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Across Canada.”  Presented at The Maple Model? (The Concordia University Political Science Graduate Student Association Conference).  Montréal, QC, 10 April 2017

Alexander Shaul.  “Indigenous Language Revitalization: Moving Forward with Rights, Reconciliation, and Revitalization.”  Presented at The Maple Model? (The Concordia University Political Science Graduate Student Association Conference).  Montréal, QC, 10 April 2017.

Publications - Published

Lauren MacLean, Christopher Gore, Jennifer Brass and Elizabeth Baldwin.  “Expectations of Power: The politics of state-building and access to electricity in Uganda and Ghana.” Journal of African Political Economy & Development 1 (December 2016).

Publications - Accepted for Publication

Christopher D. Gore. Electricity in Africa: The Politics of Transformation in Uganda.  African Issues series.  Suffolk, UK: James Currey Ltd., forthcoming. 
[Publisher’s information: https://boydellandbrewer.com/series/african-issues/electricity-in-africa.html]

Ian Cunningham, Donna Baines and John Shields. “’You’ve Just Cursed Us’: Precarity, Austerity and Worker Participation in the Nonprofit Social Services.”  Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations (RI/IR). Forthcoming.