Adjunct and Emeriti Professors

Name Area of research and teaching Email
Christopher Bennett
Adjunct Lecturer
Contemporary political theory; environmental ethics and climate justice; history of ideas
Fred Bird
Professor Emeritus | Adjunct Professor
International development & business; The practices of global ethics; The political economy of global poverty; Comparative ethics; Max Weber

Sandra Burt
Professor Emerita

Gender issues; Interest groups and public policy; Canadian politics

William Coleman                 Professor Emeritus

Public policy, Globalization studies, Global Governance, Politics of Indigenous Peoples

Ann Fitz-Gerald
Adjunct Professor

Conflict; National security; Security sector governance

Scott Hamilton
Adjunct Assistant Professor

International politics; Political theory; Global governance; Environmental politics

Matthew Hoffman
Adjunct Professor

Global environmental governance

John Jaworsky                     Professor Emeritus

Politics in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe; Politics of nationalism and ethnicity; Comparative public administration

Ashok Kapur
Distinguished Professor Emeritus

Nuclear proliferation; South Asian international relations and politics; Regional security in Asia-Pacific region  

Tanya Korovkin
Professor Emerita

Politics of developing areas; Latin American politics and development

Nathan Lemphers
Adjunct Assistant Professor

Comparative environmental politics; comparative public policy; sustainability transitions; international political economy; climate change and energy politics

Rianne Mahon
Adjunct Professor

Global social governance; International organizations and public policy; Politics of child care

William Moul
Professor Emeritus

Political causes of human misery; Methodology of Social Sciences

Roy Norton
Adjunct Assistant Professor

Comparative Policy Development;Post-Cold War United States Foreign Policy; Leadership and Management in the Public Service

Andrew Thompson             
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Conflict and security, Multilateral institutions

Robert J. Williams
Professor Emeritus

Canadian municipal government and politics; Ontario provincial politics; Public policy for the arts and culture

R. Peter Woolstencroft
Professor Emeritus | Adjunct Professor

Canadian politics (national and provincial); Comparative federalism; Politics of education; Political geography