Dr. Robinson is currently a full professor at Ottawa University, at the faculty of Social Sciences, working in the fields of Public and International Affairs. He teaches courses in both official languages, on a variety of topics covering Military history, Russian international relations, and various aspects of Canadian and International security.READ MORE »
Erika Behrisch grew up in Fairbanks, Alaska and spent her adolescent years and early adulthood in British Columbia, before moving to Kingston. She is professor of English, Culture and Communication at the Royal Military College of Canada. Her research is nineteenth-century naval exploration narratives, especially the parts of the story that get left out of the big history books. Her current project is on Royal Naval surgeons, and it includes an academic project and a novel.READ MORE »
In March, 2020, John and his wife, Assunta had just boarded the Sun Princess in California for a cruise featuring lots of relaxation, and even more Bridge. Almost immediately plans began to change as the COVID-19 pandemic reared its ugly head in North America. One of the activities that was impacted very quickly was cruising, and horror stories developed quickly.READ MORE »
After earning her PhD from Yale University, Catherine was a faculty member at Simmons College and the Ohio State University before joining Queen’s in 1988. She has been a visiting scholar at Princeton University, the University of Notre Dame, the University of Miami, the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, DC, and the American University.READ MORE »
Heather Roberts is the Director of the Solid Waste Services Department with the City of Kingston, since 2014, with 10 years’ experience in the municipal solid waste industry. Heather is a graduate from Sir Sandford Fleming College with a Diploma in Environmental Studies, and also has a Certified Engineering Technologist (C.E.T.) designation from the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT) in 2008.READ MORE »
After a BA (Hon.) in political science from the University of British Columbia, and then an MA in conflict management and analysis from Royal Roads University, Jennifer Spence earned a Ph.D. in public policy from Carleton University in 2017. Previously she held a number of senior positions with a variety of Government of Canada Departments, as well as being a Fellow with the Centre for International Governance Innovation.READ MORE »
Bruce Campbell is the former Executive Director (1994-2015) of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA), one of Canada’s leading policy research institutes. Bruce has authored or edited five books and numerous reports on public policy issues. His commentaries have appeared in major newspapers and online news sites across Canada. He has appeared before parliamentary committees, and interviewed on radio and TV in Canada and abroad.READ MORE »
Dr. Jonathan Rose has taught at Queen’s, the International Studies Centre (Herstmonceux, UK), Charles University in Prague, and Kwansei Gakuin in Osaka, Japan, as a Visiting Professor of Canadian Studies. In 2008, he was a Visiting Research Fellow in the School of Political Science and International Relations at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. His teaching is varied. He has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in Canadian politics, political communication, federalism, the mass media, electoral systems, intergovernmental relations and public policy.READ MORE »
Dr. Heather Stuart is a Professor working at the Departments of Public Health Sciences, Psychiatry and the School of Rehabilitation Therapy at Queen’s University. She is also the Bell Canada Chair in Mental Health and Anti-stigma Research, the first ever in Canada.READ MORE »
General Roméo Dallaire is founder of the Roméo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative, a global partnership with the mission to end the recruitment and use of child soldiers. A celebrated advocate for human rights, General Dallaire is also a respected author, government and UN advisor, and former Canadian Senator.READ MORE »
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