- M.Phil., University of Oxford
- Ph.D. in progress, University of Toronto
Geoffrey’s research interests include human rights and citizenship, immigration and refugee policy, the history of humanitarianism, and religion and politics. His dissertation is a comparative study of the role of religious groups in the evolution of Cold War refugee policy in the United States and Canada. He has been supported by a SSHRC Canada Graduate Scholarship and a Pierre Elliott Trudeau Scholarship. Geoffrey is a Research Associate with the Global Migration Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs, and co-author of Exceptional People: How migration shaped our world and will define our future (Princeton University Press, 2012).