Assistant Professor, Humanities
Edward and Emily McWhinney Professor in International Relations
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 778-782-7137
- Office: AQ 6207
I was born and raised in New Brunswick, Canada. After attending St. Thomas University, I was inspired by its emphasis on liberal arts education, which I applied to my Masters studies at the University of New Brunswick, where I examined the social, political and military dimensions of Yugoslavia’s collapse in the 1990s. Upon completion of my Masters at the University of New Brunswick, I set out for PhD studies at Simon Fraser University, where I examined the Macedonian Question in the Greek Civil War. After serving as a limited-term appointment at Simon Fraser University for three years, I joined the Hellenic Studies Program as the inaugural holder of the Edward and Emily McWhinney Professorship in International Relations.
Refugee and Migration Studies; Modern History of Greece; International Relations; Yugoslav Studies; Identity Formation
Future courses may be subject to change.