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Depts. of Political Science and History
University of Victoria
Oliver Schmidtke is Associate Professor and the Acting Director of the European Studies at the University of Victoria. He received his Ph.D. from the European University Institute in Florence and tought at the Humboldt University Berlin. In 1998 Oliver Schmidtke was a research fellow at Harvard University and came to Victoria first as the DAAD lecturer in European and German Studies. His research interests are in the field of European politics and history and Comparative Politics focusing on identity and ethnicity in modern Europe.
Department of Political Science, University of Regina
Karl Henriques is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Regina and holds a Ph.D. from York University. His research interests include European integration and constitutional reform, as well as Canada-EU relations in the context of globalisation and modern constitutional and democratic theory.
Department of Political Science, University of Toronto
Jeffrey Kopstein is an Associate Professor with the University of Toronto’s Political Science Department. Jeffrey Kopstein holds a Ph.D. from Berkley University and his interests involve comparative politics, political economy and European politics.
Department of Political Science, Memorial University
Steven Wolinetz is the head of the Department of Political Science and coordinator of the European Studies Programme at Memorial University of Newfoundland. He was co-founder and first president of the European Community Studies Association — Canada. His area of study is in Comparative Politics, with a focus on the European Union, the politics of small states, political parties and political economy.
School of Public Administration, University of Victoria
Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly is an Assistant Professor with the University of Victoria’s School of Public Administration. He also has worked in the French public sector, through postings with the French Small Business Administration and the Nord Pas-de-Calais Regional Council government. Brunet-Jailly specialises in Comparative and Urban politics with a focus on local and urban politics and government as well as economic integration and globalisation in Western Europe as well as in North America between NAFTA partners.
Department of Political Studies, University of Saskatchewan
Hans J. Michelmann is Professor of Political Studies at the University of Saskatchewan. His areas of specialization are Western European Political Systems Politics of the European Union and Comparative Public Policy and Administration Hans also works on the politics of European and regional integration, Federalism and international relations, comparative public policy, comparative bureaucracy and the politics of International Trade
Department of Political Science, Concordia University
Patrik Marier is an Assistant Professor with the University of Quebéc’s École Nationale d’Adminstration Publique. Marier’s research interests are with the modern industrial welfare state and the development of these policies; such as pension reform in Europe and the role of the bureaucracy. He has a certificate in Western European Studies from the University of Pittsburgh, was a guest lecturer at the University of Göteborg and a Visiting Ph.D. student at the University of Stockholm.
Department of Political Science, Glendon College, York University
Edelgard Mahant is a Professor with the Department of Political Science at York University and the Chair of the Political Science Department at Glendon College. Edelgard Mahant teaches in the areas of American foreign policy and foreign policy in theory and practice. She is interested in the historical development of the European Union and the development of Franco-German co-operation.
Young Researcher Network
Department of Political Science, University of British Columbia
Ms. Wylie is a PhD student in Political Science at the University of British Columbia. She is an affiliate of the Western Regional Training Centre in Health Services Research, and her current research compares health and social policy in Canada and Europe. She is a member of the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research, and the European Community Studies Association – Canada (ECSA-C). Lloy was a member of the ECSA-C executive from May 2002 to May 2004, and is the co-founder of the Young Researchers Network in ECSA-C. Ms Wylie is also the co-ordinator for the Victoria Colloquium on Political, Social and Legal Theory and for the Consortium on Democratic Constitutionalism, both organised through UVic.
Jean Monnet Chairs
Department of Political Science, University of Victoria
Amy Verdun is Jean Monnet Chair at the University of Victoria. She has been involved in ECSA-C since its inception in 1996 and has actively promoted its activities. She received her Ph.D. from the European University Institute in Florence, Italy in 1995. Her research interests are in the field of European Integration, Comparative Politics, International Relations and International Political Economy.
Armand De Mestral
Faculty of Law, McGill University
Dr. de Mestral is Professor of Law at McGill University. He is also holder of the Jean Monnet Chair in the Law of International Economic Integration and Co-Director of the Institute of European Studies (McGill-Université de Montréal). Professor de Mestral teaches constitutional law, international trade law, and the law of the European Community. His current research interest is the law of international economic integration. He has prepared articles and studies in English and French on international trade law and on Canadian comparative and constitutional law and international law. He is currently at work on a new book on international public law. He is also president of the Canadian Red Cross Society.
Department of Economics, University of Victoria
Dr. Schure is Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Victoria where he specializes in financial intermediation, corporate finance, industrial organization and the economics of the European Union.