Broad are of research: North American and Latin American politics; including both these countries' domestic politics and interactions among them.
Within that broad area, I have recently focused on the following specific topics:
Dozens of contributions have been published in either one of the four official languages of the Americas (English, French, Spanish or Portuguese).
Supervisor for MA or PhD students; drawing from thirty-plus year experience with methodology, empirical research and comparative politics.
Examines the concepts and approaches used to compare political issues across countries and regions. Not to be taken by students with credit in POL S 230 or 240. Prerequisite: POL S 101 or consent of Department.Winter Term 2021
The focus of this course changes yearly to reflect current issues in comparative politics and faculty research interests. Information about the specific topics can be obtained from the Department. A variable content course, which may be repeated if topics vary. Prerequisite: One of POL S 235 (or 230 or 240) or Department consent.Winter Term 2021
A variable content course, which may be repeated if topics vary. Prerequisite: One of POL S 235, 261 (or 230, 240, or 260) or Department consent.Fall Term 2020