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Education                M.A, Queen’s University, 2013
      Department: Political Studies
      Concentration: Political Theory
      Period of Study: September 2012 to August 2013
      Thesis type: Master’s Research Project (MRP)
      Supervisor: Andrew D. Lister, PhD
      Title: “A Secularist Critique of Constitutional Secularism”
      GPA: 3.78

B.A., University of Prince Edward Island, 2012
      Distinction: First Class Standing
      Major Field: Political Science
      Minor Field: French
      Period of Study: September 2009 to April 2012
      Average Grade: 88

Languages English, French

Scholarly
Interests
  • Constitutionalism and jurisprudence
  • The politics of religion, secularism, and civil religion
  • Republican citizenship and civic virtue
  • Œuvres of Albert Camus and Irving Kristol

Journal
Article
“Neo-conservatism in the Political Thought of Albert Camus: A Preliminary Inquiry”, Journal of Camus Studies vol. 4 (2012), 41-53. R

Conference
Papers
“The Paradox of Albert Camus&ssquo;s Conception of Religion in ‘Le renegat’ and ‘La pierre qui pousse’”. Delivered at the Atlantic Provinces Political Studies Association Annual Conference, Charlottetown, PE, 4-6 October 2013. (Respondent: Ron Srigley, PhD).

“The Good Friday Agreement and the United States: How Important was ‘Ethnic Lobbying’”. Delivered at the Transatlantic Studies Association Annual Conference, Newcastle, UK, 8-11 July 2013.

“A Neo-conservative Critique of Neutrality and Allegiance in Albert Camus’s ‘The Guest’”. Delivered at the Albert Camus Society US/UK Annual Conference, London, UK, 16 November 2012.

Teaching Experience Teaching Assistant, January 2013-April 2013
      Political Studies 263 (“Introduction to International Security”)
      Dept. of Political Studies, Queen’s University
      Professor: David Haglund, PhD
      Duties: Leading tutorials, assisting students, grading papers and exams

Academic
Employment
Research Assistant, October 2013
      Faculty of Education, University of Prince Edward Island
      Professor: Tess Miller, PhD
      Duties: Composing funding proposal

Research Assistant, June 2012-August 2012
      Faculty of Education, University of Prince Edward Island
      Professor: Tess Miller, PhD
      Duties: Composing funding proposal

Research Assistant, May 2012-June 2012
      Dept. of History, University of Prince Edward Island
      Professor: Ian Dowbiggin, PhD
      Duties: Archival research, proofreading

Honours/Awards Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Scholarship
      Value: $17,500
      September 2012

Queen’s Tri-Council Award
      Value: $5000
      September 2012

Hockey Canada Kenneth Stiles Memorial Scholarship
      Value: $1000
      April 2010

Dean’s List, University of Prince Eward Island
      September 2010 and September 2011

University of Prince Edward Island Full Tuition Scholarship
      Value: $21,000
      September 2009

Kensington High School Student Leadership Award
      June 2009

References Ian Dowbiggin, PhD FRSC
      Professor of History, University of Prince Edward Island
      Relationship: Academic Employer
      E-mail: idowbiggin (at) upei.ca

Gilbert Germain, PhD
      Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Prince Edward Island
      Relationship: Professor
      E-mail: ggermain (at) upei.ca

Andrew D. Lister, PhD
      Associate Professor of Political Studies, Queen’s University
      Relationship: M.A. Supervisor
      E-mail: andrew.lister (at) queensu.ca

David Haglund, PhD
      Professor of Political Studies, Queen’s University
      Relationship: Professor
      E-mail: david.haglund (at) queensu.ca




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