Professor Jonathan Rose, Queen’s University

EVENT DATE: November 14, 2019
TOPIC: Lessons from the Canadian Federal Election – What Just Happened?

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.

He has provided advice to the Auditor General of Canada on government advertising and sponsorship, and is a member of the Advertising Review Board for the Auditor General of Ontario, a board that enforces legislation regulating government advertising in Ontario. In 2006, he had the privilege of being the Academic Director of the Ontario Citizens’ Assembly on Electoral Reform, the first such body in Ontario and second in the world.

His most recent book co-written with Patrick Fournier, Henk Van der Kolk and R. Kenneth Carty is When Citizens Decide: Lessons from Citizens’ Assemblies on Electoral Reform (Oxford, 2011). In 2010, he received the Frank Knox Certificate of Commendation for Excellence in Teaching. In 2011, Jonathan was the recipient of W.J. Barnes Teaching Excellence Award.