Ethnicity and Democratic Governance

Ethnicity and Democratic Governance

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Postdoctoral Fellows

Silhouette.jpgSophie Guérard de Latour

Supervised by Will Kymlicka
completed
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Her research is dedicated to multiculturalism, especially on issues related to immigration, interethnic relations and citizenship in the French social and political context. She tries to promote a defense of multicultural politics in the normative frame of neo-republicanism.

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Department of National Defence (Security and Defence Forum)
Fonds québécois de recherche sur la société et la culture

Supervised by John McGarry
completed
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Considered the role of federalism and federal institutions in the prevention of ethnic conflict in multinational states.

Silhouette.jpgHugo Rangel

Supervised by Alain-G. Gagnon
completed
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Examined collective identities in the United States and Canada with a special focus on educational practices and policies; studied the definition of cultural minorities and its interplay with national and cosmopolitan identities; also tackled exclusion and ethical issues concerning diversity policies.

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Alexander Schwartz
Banting Fellow

Supervised by John McGarry

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Abstract of current research project

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Kathryn Walker

Supervised by Will Kymlicka
completed

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Investigating intersections between cosmopolitanism, nationalism and multiculturalism, with emphasis on Canadian examples.

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International Council for Canadian Studies

Supervised by Will Kymlicka
completed
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Examined the semantic/symbolic relations between historically established traditions of ethno-national pluralism (e.g. multi-nationalism) and multiculturalism in response to more recent, immigration-related diversity.