Political Science professor Dr. Good cited in Supreme Court of Canada decision.
Dr. Good's article Municipalities and Multiculturalism: The Politics of Immigration in Toronto and Vancouver; was cited and quoted in the Supreme Court of Canada decision in Toronto v. Ontario case
Political Science among Dal’s Top Billings in World Academic Subject Rankings
Political Science emerged as one of Dalhousie’s top subject areas in this year's Global Rankings of Academic Subjects (GRAS), released annually by the Shanghai Rankings
Political Science PhD candidate Grant Curtis featured in Dal News
Political science PhD candidate and Deputy Director of the Centre for the Study of Security and Dvelopment Grant Curtis featured article on social change
From Dal News
‘Democracy has to rise to the occasion:’ Inaugural Stanfield Conversation tackles the state and fate of democracy
Renowned political thinkers Charles Taylor and Simone Chambers took part in the launch of a new series honouring the legacy of politician Robert Stanfield.
From political science to "Power & Politics": How Vassy Kapelos uses school‑honed skills to hold politicians to account
Vassy Kapelos (MA’06), host of CBC's "Power & Politics," is returning to her alma mater later this month to moderate Dalhousie's inaugural Stanfield Conversations. Learn more about how Kapelos’ time in political science classes at Dal led to a career as one of Canada’s most accomplished political journalists.
Ask an expert: Kiran Banerjee on what the Taliban’s takeover means for Afghanistan and the global community
This week, we delve even deeper beyond the headlines with a two-part series on the Taliban's re-emergence in Afghanistan. In part two, Kiran Banerjee, an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science and a Canada Research Chair, explain what the Taliban’s return will mean for Afghan citizens and the international community.
Ask an expert: Kiran Banerjee on the rise of the Taliban and its brisk power grab in Afghanistan
This week, we delve even deeper beyond the headlines with a two-part series on the Taliban's re-emergence in Afghanistan. In part one, Kiran Banerjee, an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science and a Canada Research Chair, discusses the history of the Taliban in Afghanistan and the regional implications of its return to government.
Ask an Expert: Scott Pruysers on the impact of a political candidate’s past resurfacing during an election
Some candidates in the Nova Scotia provincial election have had to contend with questions about behaviour from both their recent and distant past. We spoke with Dal political scientist Scott Pruysers about candidates’ histories becoming part of the electoral narrative.