Director, Arts First
Areas of specialization
BA (Ottawa), MA (Carleton), MA (Cornell), PhD (Cornell)
My research highlights the ecological and political-economic risks of fossil fuel dependence while advancing new policy measures to wind down fossil fuel extraction and production. Working alongside a community of scholars and policy advocates, I aim to reimagine Canadian and international climate policy.
Visit angelavcarter.ca for more details about my research and grants, publications, teaching, graduate student supervision, and public engagement.
Carter, A. 2020. Fossilized: Environmental Policy in Canada’s Petro-Provinces. Vancouver: UBC Press.
*Winner of the 2021 Donald Smiley Prize, awarded by the Canadian Political Science Association to the best book published in English or French in a field relating to the study of government and politics in Canada.
Recently reviewed in the Literary Review of Canada.
Office: Hagey Hall 311