April 13, 2010
As a child, Fariya Mohiuddin hated visiting relatives in Bangladesh: “It was dirty, there was no Internet and a giant slum sat at the bottom of the hill where we lived up top in a mansion. I talked to a little girl who lived there and it hit me how lucky I was to go […]
April 10, 2010
Assistant Professor Jean-Yves Haine’s recent article in the International Journal has been selected for this year’s Marcel Cadieux award, given annually to “the author of the best article to appear in any given volume of IJ. Evaluations are based on scholarship, contribution to knowledge, clear writing, and accessibility to the general public.”
April 6, 2010
With the release of their second investigation in as many years, University of Toronto researchers who uncovered a complex cyber-espionage network based in China are again urging Canada to address the growing problem or face the consequences of a future attack.
March 29, 2010
Bad news comes in bunches. First there was Quebec’s Bill 94, which would refuse government services, public employment, educational opportunities and even most medical care to Muslim women wearing the niqab. Then there was the Angus Reid poll showing that 80 per cent of all Canadians agree with this measure. Evidently Abe Lincoln was right. […]
March 8, 2010
Political science professor Lorne Sossin will become the new dean of York University’s law school, starting July 1, 2010.
January 11, 2010
Erin Fitzgerald, a fourth-year student in international relations and political science, is off to study at the University of Oxford next year, courtesy of a Rhodes scholarship.
October 30, 2009
Research Fellow Ramin Jahanbegloo is the recipient of the 30th Peace Prize awarded by the United Nations Association in Spain (UNA).
August 18, 2009
Recent PhD graduate Robert Sparling is the 2009 recipient of the Leo Strauss Award for his doctoral dissertation on Johann Georg Hamann and the Enlightenment Project. The Leo Strauss Award is made annually by the American Political Science Association for the best doctoral dissertation in in the field of political philosophy. Congratulations to Robert and […]
July 9, 2009
The Globe and Mail reports that Psiphon, a censorship avoidance tool developed by University of Toronto Political Science Professor Ronald Deibert, is being used throughout Iran to ‘push’ government-blocked Internet content to Iranian activists. See the full story at http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/world/cyber-revolution-gets-a-hand-from-canada/article1184881/.
June 16, 2009
Graham White has been named President-Elect of the Canadian Political Science Association. His term as President will run from June 2010 to June 2011.