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Masters & Diploma Students 2020
Union Power, Neoliberalism, Left-Progressive Cultural Work & the Informalization of Labour.
Masters Students 2019
Structures of power in online discourse and the potential implications for the development of contemporary political movements
Refugee Rights, Humanitarian Policy Development & Impact of Global Economic Forces
Global governance, social-ecological problems within international development and food security in the Global South
Dependency theory, Latin American studies, social movements, hegemony and counter-hegemony, and political anthropology
Marxist Feminist Perspectives on Labour, Class and Social Reproduction Theory & Basic Income and Class Relations in Canada
Masters Students 2018
IPE theory, global governance and institutions, technology, environment, order and security
Anti-colonial feminist studies, policing, surveillance, incarceration and migrant detention in settler-colonial contexts
Public discourse, environmental policy and elections within the neoliberal paradigm of resource-dependent economies
Sustainable food systems, settler colonialism, inequities, inequality, & environmental change
Masters Students 2017
Political economy of internet governance, data transparency and privacy, security and surveillance
Environmental politics, urban geography, feminist perspectives on war and conflict, realism in international relations, economic anthropology, African studies, critical theory
Power relations in environmental politics, environmental justice, labour, low-carbon economies
Relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples, postcolonial studies, critical race theory, Canadian life and identity