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Past Students

PhD Students:

▪ Dominic Silvio. In progress. “Does public opinion count? The relationship between public opinion and development aid policy in Canada, 2003-2010.” Interdisciplinary PhD program, Dalhousie University (supervisory committee member).

▪ David Morgan. In progress. The crisis of international humanitarianism. Dept. of Political Science, Dalhousie University (supervisory committee member).

▪ Sherry Pictou. In progress. Adult education and informal learning in Nova Scotia First Nations. Interdisciplinary PhD program, Dalhousie University (Co-supervisor, with Dr. Brian Noble).

2016. Jennifer Baechler. “Operationalizing ‘Whole-of-Government’ as an Approach to State Fragility and Instability: Case Studies from Ottawa, Canada and London, United Kingdom” Interdisciplinary PhD Program, Dalhousie University (supervisory committee member)

2012Molly Den Heyer. “The Reshaping of Aid Effectiveness Policies in the International, Canadian and Tanzanian Contexts” Interdisciplinary PhD program, Dalhousie University (supervisory committee member).

 

Masters Students:

2015. Greg Nasmith. “Governmentality and State Development Programs: Implications for the Indigenous Social Movement in Highland Ecuador.” MA Program, Department of IDS, Dalhousie University.

2014. Paul Hilborn. “Can a State Decolonize Itself?  A Critical Analysis of Bolivia’s State-Led Decolonization Process.” MA Program, Department of IDS, Dalhousie University.

2012. Tonianne Mynen. “Young People’s Perspectives on Culture and Development: Building Autonomy in Indigenous Communities in Bolivia” MA Program, Dept. of IDS, Saint Mary’s University.

2011. Ami Temarantz. “‘Take a Picture with a Real Indian’: (Self-) Representation, Ecotourism, and Indigeneity in Amazonia. MA Program, Department of IDS, Dalhousie University.

2011. Taylor Selig. “Making Development Marketable: The Politics of Image and Representation within Consumer Driven Schemes of Development Fundraising” MA Program, Department of IDS, Dalhousie University.

2010. Jocelyn Burr. “The Altruistic Self and the Desire of Developing Others: Towards a Post-Development Ethos of Action” MA program, Department of IDS, Dalhousie University.

2010. Jennifer McGowan. “The Sustainable Livelihoods and Tourism Intersect: Gender Power Structures and Local Market Vendors in Aguas Calientes, Peru” MA program, Department of IDS, Dalhousie University.

2009. Heather Mackenzie. “An Alternative Relationship? Foreign Participation in the Zambian Community School Movement” MA program, Department of IDS, Dalhousie University.

2009. Angela Day. “From the Streets to the State: An Analysis of Bolivia’s Cocaleros as a Movement for Social Change” MA program, Department of IDS, Dalhousie University.

2008. Anna Haanstra. “The Politics of Democracy: A case study of political will formation among students at San Marcos University, Lima, Peru” M.A. program, Department of International Development Studies, Dalhousie University.

2007. Richard Draper. “Quest for Control: A Psychological and Behavioural Approach to Violence in Colombia.” M.A. Program, Dept. of Political Science, Dalhousie University.

2007. Cristian Rangel. “Exploring the Discourse on Security: The Colombian Case.” M.A. program, Department of International Development Studies, Dalhousie University.

2006. Nicholas Kaufman. “Towards a ‘Just’ Peace? Struggles for Social Change in Post-Conflict El Salvador.” M.A. program, Department of International Development Studies, Dalhousie University.

2006. Daniel Morrison. “The Intercontinental Youth Camp 2001-2005: Linking Open Space Activism, The World Social Forum, and Imaginaries for Alternative Worlds.” M.A. program, Department of International Development Studies, Dalhousie University.

2006. Amanda McGunnigle. M.A. program, Department of International Development Studies, Dalhousie University. M.A. Thesis: “Judgement Calls: Research Frameworks and the Humanitarian Response to Displacement.” March 3, 2006.