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Antonio Cazorla-Sanchez' major research focuses on the cultural and social evolution of Europe in the 20th century. Dr. Cazorla-Sanchez is currently writing a cultural biography of Spain's General Franco.
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InstitutionTrent University, Department of History
Professional statusAssociate Professor
Duyulmus, Cem Utku

Cem Utku Duyulmus has specialized on Comparative Politics and International Relations in the course of doctoral reearch, and is also interested in European Integration and Social Policy and Welfare State. Currently, his research focuses on the comparative analysis of social policies in Western and Eastern European countries, and the transformation of the welfare state in Turkey compared to Eastern and Southern European countries with a focus on social security systems, flexecurity and activation policies.  Media Experience: Mr. Utku Duyulmus welcomes inquiries in TV, Radio and Print media formats.
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Fields of expertise Comparative Politics, International Relations, ...
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InstitutionUniversité de Montréal, Département de science politiqu...
Professional statusPhD Student
Fraser, Derek R. T.

Derek Fraser is an Associate Fellow at the Centre for Global Studies and  Adjunct Professor of Political Scienceat the University of Victoria. His work has supported the democratization process in the Ukraine and he has organized and contributed to academic and foreign policy conferences, notably on failed states and Eastern Europe. Formerly, Derek Fraser was a member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Institute of International Affairs (CIIA) and President of the Victoria branch. Media Experience: Dr. Fraser has a tremendous wealth of media outreach experience on numerous programs and in a multitude of publications across TV, Radio and Print formats, and welcomes future media inquiries.
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InstitutionUniversity of Victoria, Centre for Global Studies
Professional statusAdjunct Research Professor

Cheryl Fury is an associate professor in the Department of History and Politics at the University of New Brunswick. Her interests focus on Tudor-Stuart social history, maritime history & Holocaust education. 
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Fields of expertiseTudor England; Social history of Maritime Britain & Eur...
InstitutionUniversity of New Brunswick
Professional statusSessional Instructor
Ingram, Susan

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Fields of expertiseThe institutions of European cultural modernity, includ...
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InstitutionYork University, Canadian Centre of German and European...
Professional statusAssociate Professor
King, Conrad

Conrad King conducts research on education policy in Europe, with a particular interest in recent reform attempts of secondary education in Germany and France. Conrad also has an interest in the Bologna Process (the creation of a European Higher Education Area) and its implications for universities and research agendas in Europe, as well as lesson-drawing between Canada and the European Union regarding governance of education and skills regimes.
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Fields of expertiseComparative Politics Comparative Public Policy Educat...
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InstitutionInstitute for European Studies, University of British C...
Professional statusPhD Student
Lukic, Renéo

Since 1995, Renéo Lukic is Professor of International History in the Department of History at the Laval University in Canada. From 1991 to 1995, he taught International Relations and History at the University of Virginia and Emory, in United States. Born in Croatia, he was educated at the Zagreb University (Croatia) and at the University of Geneva (Switzerland). He received his Ph.D. from the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva in 1988. He is author, coauthor and editor of nine books. He has written more than 50 journal articles. His work has also appeared in English, Croatian, German, French and Japanese. He has a broad interest in the international politics of the twentieth century, particularly in comparative history and international relations of Europe. His research work has been focused primarily on Soviet-East European relations and ethnic conflicts in South-Eastern Europe. His published work includes a comparative study of the disintegration of Yugoslavia, Cze ...
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Fields of expertiseEthnicity and Nationalism in the Balkans, European Inte...
InstitutionUniversité Laval, Faculté des Lettres, Département d'hi...
Professional statusFull Professor

Urs Obrist is a Sessional Instructor in the Department of Historical Studies at University of Toronto at Mississauga, and in the Department of History at Ryerson University. His major research includes Canadian International Relations, Canadian History, German History, 20th century US history, and Swiss History. Dr. Obrist's Ph.D. thesis ("Canada and the Federal Republic of Germany. A NATO Relationship of Special significance") examined the transformation process of the former war enemies to Cold War Allies within NATO. The period under review is 1946 to 1957, with a focus on the years 1951 to 1955.
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Fields of expertiseCanadian International Relations, Canadian History, Ger...
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InstitutionUniversity of Toronto at Mississauga, Department of His...
Professional statusSessional Instructor
Payrow Shabani, Omid

Omid Payrow Shabani is an Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Guelph. In general, he has been interested in bridging the gap between the theoretical framework of critical theorists and liberal nationalists in order to be able to address concrete questions of policy making in multicultural societies from the normative perspective of constitutional patriotism. Currently, Dr. Shabani has become interested the ascending role of religion in politics and what it implies for basic tenets of liberalism like the state/church separation principle and the idea of public reason. In this connection he is interested in what form this problematic has taken in the EU's member-states like France and Germany.
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Fields of expertiseSocial and Political Philosophy, Theories of Justice an...
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InstitutionUniversity of Guelph, Department of Philosophy
Professional statusAssociate Professor
Pekacz, Jolanta T.

Jolanta T. Pekacz is Associate Professor in the Department of History at Dalhousie University, previously Canadian Research Chair (Tier II) in European Studies. Her major fields of interest are Memory, identity and gender in nineteenth-century Europe, French salons as lieux de mémoire, biography, Fryderyk Chopin and social history of music.
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Fields of expertiseMemory, identity and gender in nineteenth-century Europ...
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InstitutionDalhousie University, Department of History
Professional statusAssociate Professor
Reisenleitner, Markus

Markus Reisenleitner is Professor in the Department of Humanities at York University. His current research focuses on imaginaries of mobility, community, fashion and style in the global digital city.
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Fields of expertiseCultural Studies, Urban Culture, Popular Culture, Digit...
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InstitutionYork University, Canadian Centre for German and Europea...
Professional statusFull Professor
Stan, Lavinia

Lavinia Stan is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at St. Francis Xavier University. She has published extensively in the areas of religion and politics, and transitional justice in post-communist countries. Most of Dr. Stan's work relates to Romania, but she has also written on Poland, Hungary and the former Soviet Union republics. A graduate of the University of Toronto and a political scientist by training, she is co-editor for Europe for the Women’s Studies International Forum, a reviewer for Choice, past chair of the Wildavsky Award Committee of the Religion and Politics section of the American Political Science Association, past collaborator with the East European Constitutional Review, and an expert with Directorate-General of Justice, Freedom and Security of the European Commission.
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Fields of expertiseEast European Politics, Romania, democratization, relig...
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InstitutionSt. Francis Xavier University, Department of Political ...
Professional statusAssociate Professor
Stanger-Ross, Jordan

Dr. Jordan Stanger-Ross is an associate professor at the Department of History (Humanities) at the University of Victoria. In his research and teaching Dr. Jordan Stanger-Ross focuses on immigration, race, and inequality in twentieth century North America, with an emphasis on urban politics and experience. He has written on the experience of Italian immigrants in post-war North America. From 2010 to 2013, he was the chair of the urban studies committee at the University of Victoria. Comprised of faculty members in departments across the university, the committee organizes and hosts The City Talks, a distinguished lecture series that brings international scholars to Victoria for public scholarly talks.
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Fields of expertiseImmigration, Race, and inequality in twentieth century ...
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InstitutionUniversity of Victoria, Humanities, Department of Histo...
Professional statusAssociate Professor

Vasilis Vourkoutiotis is an Associate Professor in the Department of History at the University of Ottawa. His major research includes Russian-EU relations, modern Germany, Holocaust and genocide studies.
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Fields of expertiseModern Europe, Modern Germany, diplomacy and internatio...
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InstitutionUniversity of Ottawa, Department of History
Professional statusAssociate Professor
Waite, Gary

Gary Waite is currently a Professor of History at the University of New Brunswick. While focusing primarily on the history of popular culture and religion in early-modern Europe, his interests are eclectic, ranging from the study of the import of individual radical reformers such as David Joris, to the analysis of the vernacular Dutch drama societies called the Chambers of Rhetoric and their involvement in religious reform, to the study of the Reformation and the revival of witch-hunting in the sixteenth century. In particular, Dr. Waite seeks to find connections within and between sub-fields of history, such as Anabaptism and witchcraft, or drama and religion, that have often been neglected. While continuing to look for intersections in the Reformation and demonology/witchcraft fields, he has recently completed a research program on popular attitudes toward Jews and Muslims in the vernacular literature of western Europe in the seventeenth century. He is now engaged in a new research p ...
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Fields of expertiseRadical Religion and the Early Enlightenment
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InstitutionUniversity of New Brunswick, Department of History
White, Frederick

Frederick White is an Associate Professor in the Department of German and Russian at Memorial University of Newfoundland where he also is the Associate Dean of Arts (Research and Graduate Programs). His research includes Comparative Cultural Studies, Film Studies, Language and Literature and Cultural History, with a particular focus on Russia.
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Fields of expertiseComparative Cultural Studies; Film Studies; Language a...
InstitutionMemorial University of Newfoundland, Department of Germ...
Professional statusAssociate Professor
Yekelchyk, Serhy

Dr. Serhy Yekelchyk is professor at the departments of Germanic and Slavic Studies and History. His fields of expertise are: Russian History, Soviet Culture, Modern Ukraine, Stalinism (including Stalinist cinema, Nikolai Gogol), and modern Russian national identity as reflected in film and literature. Dr. Yekelchyk is author of Stalin’s Empire of Memory: Russian-Ukrainian Relations in the Soviet Historical Imagination (University of Toronto Press, 2004); Ukraine: Birth of a Modern Nation (Oxford University Press, 2007; Choice magazine “Outstanding Academic Title” for 2007; Polish, Lithuanian, and Russian translations); and Europe’s Last Frontier? Belarus, Moldova, and Ukraine between the EU and Russia (co-editor with Oliver Shmidtke; Palgrave Macmillan, 2008). He is currently at work completing a book manuscript on Stalinist political rituals.
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Fields of expertiseUkrainian History, Contemporary Ukraine, Russian Histor...
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InstitutionUniversity of Victoria, Department of Germanic and Slav...
Professional statusAssociate Professor
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