- B.A. (Hons.), University of Guelph
- M.A., University of Toronto
- Ph.D. in progress, University of Toronto
Adrienne’s work engages with interdisciplinary policy research, focusing primarily on comparative federalism in northern Canada and the northern United States. She is particularly interested in dynamic models of governance and the role of institutions in structuring the politics of natural resource development. Her teaching experience includes Canadian politics and public policy.
Recent publications: Alcantara, Christopher, and Adrienne Davidson. 2015. “Negotiating Aboriginal Self-Government Agreements in Canada: An Analysis of the Inuvialuit Experience,” Canadian Journal of Political Science, 48(3). Davidson, Adrienne. 2015. “Regional Governance without Self-Government: Dynamism and Change in the North American Arctic,” Arctic Yearbook 2015.