Here are courses I have recently taught:
POLS 3050 Canadian Political Parties, Elections & Pressure Groups
POLS 4140/6210 Conceptions of Canada
POLS 2300 Canadian Government and Politics
POLS 4900/6950 Digital Democracy
POLS 6940: Research Methods & Design
My supervision areas are:
Canadian politics (parties, elections, gender), political communication, digital politics
Danielle McNabb: Danielle’s research explores the unique relationship between digital technologies and the feminist movement. Her work situates the #MeToo movement within the discourses of fourth wave feminism, and examines the new internet-based action repertories of social movements. By systematically analyzing the #MeToo twitter-verse, her research aims to uncover what feminist hashtags like #MeToo accomplish, and to what extent they produce sociopolitical change.
Click here, if you are interested in graduate studies in Political Science at the University of Guelph. The Department offers a MA (Political Science) in Rights, Justice, Citizenship, and Identity and have a doctoral program.