Political Science professor Dr. Fierlbeck co‑author paper on public health
Public health on life support: underfunded and underappreciated a paper published in the Canadian Journal of Public Health
Political Science professor Dr. Brian Bow featured in Dal News
Dr. Bow talks about how the outcome of the US presidential election could impact Canada. Read more at https://www.dal.ca/news/2020/10/23/ask-an-expert--political-scientist-brian-bow-on-how-the-outcome-.html?utm_source=Today@Dal&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=dalnews
Political Science MA student Ben Andrews featured in DalNews
Political science newest MA graduate Ben Andrews grad profile showcased on DalNews
From Dal News
Ask an expert: Scott Pruysers on Nova Scotia’s new premier and the challenges he’s navigating
Iain Rankin was sworn in as Nova Scotia’s new premier last week, setting into motion what is a rarely experienced chance at trial leadership without a general election. Dr. Pruysers explains the process and helps us understand the importance of some of Rankin’s early decisions.
Ask an expert: Ajay Parasram on the police response to Trump mob's storming of U.S. Capitol
Why was law enforcement not more aggressive in its response as the U.S federal legislature was stormed by rioters? We ask Dr. Ajay Parasram, a professor in the Department of International Development Studies and the Department of History.
Ask an expert: Brian Bow on how the outcome of the U.S. presidential election could impact Canada
No matter what happens in the U.S. presidential election, Canada will be impacted. The director of Dalhousie’s Centre for the Study of Security and Development explores three different scenarios that could arise from the Nov. 3 election.
Ask an expert: Political scientist Ruben Zaiotti on the pros and cons of the 'Atlantic bubble'
At a time when many Canadian provinces are facing a surge in new COVID-19 cases, Atlantic Canada has garnered national attention for its ability to stave off any major new increases — thanks, in part, to more robust regional border controls. Political Science's Ruben Zaiotti explains some of the drawbacks of this approach and how it might be relaxed.
Pandemic politics: Course explores the implications of our moment
A new Dal course, "The Politics of Pandemics," is offering students a window into how global pandemics affect societies, addressing some of the most pressing questions and concerns of COVID-19 and beyond.