Our Experts

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. Research Interests: Cultural Studies, Urban Culture, Popular Culture, Digital Humanities, and Fashion Studies

York University

mrln@yorku.ca

Ingram, Susan

Susan Ingram is an Professor in the Division of Humanities at York University. Her research focuses on Film, Literature studies and institutions of European cultural modernity.   Research Interests: The institutions of European cultural modernity, including: European film, Fashion, Auto/biography, Comparative literature and Translation studies.

York University

singram@yorku.ca

Auvachez, Elise

Elise Auvachez’s research looks into the construction of citizenship beyond the nation-state, and particularly the processes of “citizenisation” by the EU and the UN. One of her case studies focuses on youth citizenship. Media Experience: Elise Auvachez welcomes TV, Radio and Print media inquiries. Research Interests: Citizenship; European Citizenship; Human rights and the EU; Policy/legislative process; Popular Participation and Citizenship; Referenda in the EU; Treaties and Convention (European); Youth citizenship; Youth participation

University of Montreal

elise.auvachez@umontreal.ca

Jakhu, Ram

Prof. Dr. Ram S. Jakhu is a tenured Associate Professor at the Institute of Air and Space Law, McGill University, Montreal, Canada. For the last 30 years, he has been teaching and conducting advanced research in international space law, law of space applications, law of space commercialization, national regulation of space activities, and public international law.  Since 2010, he has been spearheading the world’s most extensive and multi-million-dollar academic Space Law related research and outreach program.  Currently, he is the […]

McGill University

ram.jakhu@mcgill.ca

Moyse, Pierre-Emmanuel

Pierre-Emmanuel Moyse is Associate Professor at the McGill Faculty of Law and the Director of the Center for Intellectual Property Policy. He is the founder and editor of the Thémis Competition and Innovation Series and Director of publications of the Jurisclasseur Propriété Intellectuelle published in Québec by LexisNexis. Research Interests: Comparative Law, Intellectual Property Law, Competition law, Legal Theory, International Private Law, Commercial law, and the Study of Property Systems

McGill University

pierre-emmanuel.moyse@mcgill.ca

Thériault, Barbara

Barbara Thériault applies a Weberian framework to her research interests which include: Sociological theory, Sociology of religions, and the Sociology of contemporary Germany. Currently, she is engaged in several research projects and notably, The “Carriers of Diversity” – a study on religion, toleration and the police in Germany. Dr. Thériault is interested in particular types of actors: “progressive” characters within semi-total organizations. Beyond their empirical interest, these characters raise an inherent challenge; how to transform from within or survive such […]

Université de Montréal

barbara.theriault@umontreal.ca

Hansen, Randall

Randall Hansen is Interim Director of the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy. He is Full Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto and Canada Research Chair in Global Migration. He works on immigration and citizenship, demography and population policy and the effects of war on civilians. His published works include Disobeying Hitler: German Resistance after Operation Valkyrie (New York: Oxford University Press, 2014), Sterilized by the State: Eugenics, Race and the Population Scare in 20th Century […]

University of Toronto

r.hansen@utoronto.ca

Rothmayr-Allison, Christine

Christine Rothmayr-Allison’s fields of specialization are comparative public policy (North-America and Europe), courts and public policy, policy evaluation, and Swiss politics. She is currently working on two main research projects: the first is interested in explaining legal mobilization and court impact in biotechnology policy-making in Europe and North-America (Canada, USA, Switzerland and Germany); the second analyses the use of public opinion research by the Canadian government in health policy making (biotechnology, tobacco and the future of the health care system). […]

Université de Montréal

christine.rothmayr.allison@umontreal.ca

Stan, Lavinia

Lavinia Stan is 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 […]

St. Francis Xavier University

lstan@stfx.ca

Weiner, Elaine

Professor Weiner’s research agenda focuses principally on gender politics in Central and East European societies. Her first book, Market Dreams: Gender, Class, and Capitalism in the Czech Republic compares Czech women’s experiences and understandings of transformation in their work and family lives during the Czech Republic’s transition from socialism to capitalism. She has also researched the adoption and implementation of equal opportunity legislation – as part of European Union membership obligations – in several of the Central and East Europe states. Her current research explores the (dis)connections […]

McGill University

elaine.weiner@mcgill.ca

Pauly, Louis W.

Before entering the academy, Louis W. Pauly held management positions in the Royal Bank of Canada and served on the staff of the International Monetary Fund. He is currently the J. Stefan Distinguished Professor of Political Economy in the Department of Political Science and the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at the University of Toronto. With Emanuel Adler, from 2007 to 2012 he edited International Organization, the top-ranked journal in the fields of international relations and international political […]

University of Toronto

louis.pauly@utoronto.ca

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 […]

University of New Brunswick

waite@unb.ca

Soldatos, Panayotis

Panayotis Soldatos is Emeritus Professor from the Université de Montréal and a Jean Monnet Professor at the Université Jean Moulin – Lyon 3. His major research focuses on the major constitutional issues in the EU, particularly by bridging the gap between the legal and political analysis of European integration. Research Interests: European Law and European Institutions

Université de Montréal

panayotis.soldatos@umontreal.ca

Priestly, Tom

Tom Priestly is an Emeritus Professor from the Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies at the University of Alberta. He has for over 30 years been researching various aspects of language in the Slovene minority area of Austria. Dr. Priestly’s interests have ranged from traditional linguistics to sociolinguistics. He has been especially interested in the numerous factors that affect the maintenance of the language in some communities and its loss in others. These include social, demographic, economic, psychological and […]

University of Alberta

tpriestly@shaw.ca

Kennedy, Sean

Sean Kennedy is a historian of modern France and generally his research focuses upon political and intellectual developments during the 20th century. More specifically Dr. Kennedy has published on ultra-nationalist movements in France from the 1920s through the Second World War. He is currently studying the attitudes of French intellectuals towards the English-speaking nations during the first half of the twentieth century, as well as the evolution of racism and antisemitism during the same period. Media Experience: Dr. Kennedy welcomes […]

University of New Brunswick

skennedy@unb.ca

Brawley, Mark

Mark Brawley specializes in international political economy (IPE), but he is also interested in trade and international financial relations. Moreover, his interests in IPE often make connections between issues in political economic and international security. He is currently researching linkages between trade liberalization and domestic adjustment during globalization. His sixth book, Political Economy and Grand Strategy: A Neoclassical Realist View, was published by Routledge in 2009.   Research Interests: International Political Economy/International Relations Theory; Hegemony; Major Wars; International Factors in […]

McGill University

mark.brawley@mcgill.ca
Network on Democracy

This group of scholars reflects the collaboration of the “Canada Europe Dialogue on Democracy” project and the “Populism and its Effects on Liberal Democracy: Minority Rights and Freedom of Speech” project. We connect scholars with wider public audiences through public events, webinars, video interviews, media outreach, blogs, mentorship of policy memos, and an open access database

Migration Experts

The project Canada Europe Dialogue on Migration: Cross-Border Mobility and the European Union Refugee Crisis – CEDoM” brought together a multi-disciplinary expert group in the field of the governance of borders and migration. It promoted exchange between Canada and the EU in scholarly and broader public debates with the aim to expand the knowledge of European integration through the lens of migration and border studies in Canada.

Memory Politics Group

This Network reflects the collaboration between the Jean Monnet Network “European Memory Politics:  Populism, Nationalism and the Challenges to a European Memory Culture 2019-2023” . The Network is a partnership between the Center for Global Studies (CFGS) at the University of Victoria and the Institute for Political Studies (IEP) at the University of Strasbourg  (France), the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań  (Poland) and the Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), Faculty of Social Sciences in Budapest (Hungary).