Canadian Defence Perspectives on Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: A Monograph Project for Emerging Scholars is a monograph project composed of papers submitted by undergraduate and master’s students, who are often underrepresented in academic research on defence and security. Interested students will submit papers touching on three themes related to Canadian defence responses to and perspectives on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. These guiding themes are:
- The role of international organizations,
- The importance of the Women, Peace, and Security and Youth, Peace, and Security agendas, and
- The implications for great power competition.
Accepted papers will be published by the Centre for International and Defence Policy (CIDP) as a Martello Paper monograph, with French papers being translated into English.
Your submission should be between 1500-3000 words (including references), format is In-text Chicago, and can be in either English or French (note: French submissions will be translated into English for final publication).
Submissions will be accepted until April 30, 2023.
Please direct all inquiries and submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Morgan Fox is in her fourth year of her undergraduate degree at Queen’s University, and is studying Politics, Philosophy, and Economics, with a specialization in Politics. She is interested in security studies and gender politics. At the CIDP she has worked on a variety of projects, including the Global Actors Conflict Prevention Tool, the Kingston Consortium on International Security, and the Canada Research Chair on Gender, Security, and the Armed Forces. Morgan was also the recipient of a Young MINDS Targeted Engagement Grant, which researched middle power defence policies. On campus, she is the Co-President of the Queen’s chapter of Women in International Security (WIIS-Queen’s).