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Our Department has outstanding research strength in the area of globalization and transnationalism.

This strength within the department is complemented by links between various faculty members and graduate students with the Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition at McMaster University.

J. Marshall Beier


Professor

J. Marshall Beier is interested in Indigenous peoples' diplomacies.

Karen Bird


Professor

Karen Bird works on citizenship, multiculturalism and globalization.

Michelle L. Dion


Associate Professor

Michelle Dion specializes in globalization and social policy in Latin America

Catherine Frost


Associate Professor

Catherine Frost focuses on nationalism and political theory.

Nibaldo Galleguillos


Associate Professor | Director of Peace Studies

Nibaldo Galleguillos interests in globalization and democracy in the Global South.

Peter Graefe


Associate Professor

Peter Graefe works on globalization and the social economy.

James Ingram


Associate Professor

James Ingram specializes in Cosmopolitanism.

Inder S Marwah


Assistant Professor

Inder Marwah specializes on liberalism, imperialism and global relations in the history of political thought.

Stephen McBride


Professor | Canada Research Chair in Public Policy and Globalization

Stephen McBride holds a Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Public Policy and Globalization. His research focuses on the relationship between globalization, in particular new constitutional arrangements of global governance, and the autonomy and policy capacity of national and sub-national jurisdictions. Trade and investment, employment and social policy are areas of specific interest.

Peter Nyers


Associate Professor

Peter Nyers's work specializes on refugees, citizenship and globalization.

Robert O'Brien


Professor

Robert O'Brien focuses on global civil society, labour and globalization.

Tony Porter


Associate Dean, Grad Studies and Research | Professor

Tony Porter is interested in financial governance, business regulation, and globalization.

Alina Sajed


Assistant Professor

Alina Sajed interests in cultural flows and globalization, women/feminisms, modernity and globalization.