Position(s) at the Institute
Areas of Expertise
“How can Reflexivity inform Critical Pedagogies? Insights from the ‘Theory vs. Practice Debate”, International Studies Perspectives. ([Forthcoming] 2016), Vol. 17, Issue 2.
“Training Local Elected Officials: Professionalization Amid Tensions Between Democracy and Expertise”, Lex Localis – Journal of Self-Government, (2016) Vol. 14, Issue 1, pp. 33-51, with Anne Mévellec.
“Explaining the Development of International Relations: The Geo-Epistemic, Historiographical, Sociological Perspectives in Reflexive Studies on IR”, European Review of International Studies, (2015), Vol. 2, Issue 1, pp. 72-89.
“An Eclectic Fox: IR from Discipline to Hybrid and Pluralist Field”, International Relations, dans F. Grenier, H. L. Turton and P. Beaulieu-Brossard (dir.), “Forum: The Struggle over the Identity of IR: What is at Stake in the Disciplinary Debate Within and Beyond Academia?”, (2015), Vol 29, Issue 2, pp. 250-54.
Forums and Special issues:
“Les Études internationales et les défis de l’interdisciplinarité”, Études internationales, ([Forthcoming], 2016), with Erick Duchesne (ed.)
“Sites of Knowledge (Re-)Production: Toward an Institutional Sociology of International Relations Scholarship”, International Studies Review ,([Forthcoming], 2016), with Jonas Hagmann (ed.).
“Forum: The Struggle over the Identity of IR: What is at Stake in the Disciplinary Debate Within and Beyond Academia?” International Relations, (2015), Vol 29, Issue 2, with Helen Turton et Philippe Beaulieu-Brossard (eds.).
“IR education as interface between scholarly and policy-related knowledge”, 57th convention of the International Studies Association, Atlanta, March 16-20, 2016.
“From ‘Beyond the Gap’ to the Performance of the Theory-Policy Boundary: How Authority Claims are Secured in Policy-Making Contexts”, 56th convention of the International Studies Association, New Orleans, February 18-21, 2015.
“Moving Beyond the Gap in the Theory-Practice Debate by Using the Sociology of Knowledge in IR Classes”, Canadian Political Science Association, Brock University, May 27-29, 2014.