MA in Global Development Studies (Queen’s University), BA (Honours) in Political Studies with a Minor in History (Queen's University)
Arts and Science
Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Room B402
Brandon Pryce is a PhD Candidate in the Global Development Studies department. His research focuses on critical engagements with the history of Canada as an extractive state. Pryce takes a historical materialist approach to the origins of extraction throughout Canada but particularly in the North and how it has impacted Indigenous and minority communities. In addition to extraction and resources, his work also investigates the political economy of tourism and hospitality in rural, remote, and indigenous communities. Alongside his supervisor, Dr. Rebecca Hall, Pryce works with Dene communities in the Northwest Territories on post-extraction development and Indigenous-led alternative development.
DEVS 392 Race and Development (Winter 2022)
POLS 444 Ethnicity and Development (Fall 2022)
POLS 840 Comparative Politics of Development (Fall 2022)