Cross Appointed Faculty

Cross-Appointment Professors

John Cameron
Dalhousie University, International Development Studies

Advocacy strategies of Civil Society Organizations; Public Engagement strategies and representations of ‘development’ in the global North; Cosmopolitan theory and global citizenship  

Susan Dodd
University of King's College

History of Western culture, politics of memory, critical theory (literary and political), technology and culture

Ann Griffiths  
Dalhousie University

Security and defence, human rights, peacebuilding, democratization and federalism

Robert Huish
Dalhousie University, International Development Studies

Global Health, North Korea, Cuban Development, Activism and Social Justice

Simon Kow
University of King's College

Early modern political thought, history of political thought, western conceptions of East Asia, East Asian thought and culture, early modern piracy

Nissim Mannathukkaren
Dalhousie University, International Development Studies

Left and communist movements, Development and democracy; Politics of popular culture; Marxist and postcolonial theories

Ajay Parasram
Dalhousie University

Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial studies, Global Development and political economy, Modern and colonial South Asia, Global history and International relations

Lori Turnbull

Director, School of Public Administration, Dalhousie University
Canadian parliamentary governance, Political ethics, Elections, Electoral systems,Public engagement