Fellows

Fellows join CFGS for up to a maximum of 1 year. The fellowship program provides opportunities to graduate students and visiting scholars. All Fellows have office space and are a large part of the day to day activities of the Centre.


Ryan Beaton

Graduate Student Researcher
Cedar Tree Initiative
Ryan is currently pursuing a PhD in Law at the University of Victoria, British Columbia. His research focuses on the evolving conceptions of Aboriginal title and Crown sovereignty in Canadian case law.
Michael  Carpenter

Postdoctoral Scholar
BIG Project

Michael Carpenter is a post-doctoral fellow with Borders in Globalization at the Centre for Global Studies, University of Victoria, Canada. His research interests include participatory governance, civil resistance, Middle East politics, international relations, and political theory.

 

Keith  Cherry

Graduate Student Researcher
Cedar Tree Initiative
Keith's current research explores legal pluralism in two contrasting settings, settler/Indigenous relationships in Canada and member-state/Union relations in the European Union.
Edwin Hodge

Postdoctoral Research Fellow
BIG Project
Edwin Hodge is a postdoctoral research fellow with the Borders in Globalization project at the Centre for Global Studies. Edwin’s sociological background lies in the areas of social movement theory, gender theory, and political sociology.
David Lark

Graduate Student Fellow
CFGS
David Lark is a Ph.D. Candidate within the Department of Political Science at the University of Victoria, a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Doctoral Fellow, and a Graduate Student Fellow at the Centre for Global Studies (CFGS). David is utilizing his Fellowship at the CFGS to write his dissertation and actively engage with a vibrant multidisciplinary community of scholars on global affairs.
Qian  Liu

Graduate Student Fellow
CFGS
Qian Liu is a Ph.D. candidate at the Faculty of Law, University of Victoria, and a Graduate Student Fellow at the Centre for Global Studies. Qian’s doctoral research examines how the interaction of multiple legal orders affects Chinese leftover women’s choices in marriage and chlidbearing from the theoretical lens of legal pluralism, feminist legal theory, and postcolonial theory. Her fieldwork in China has been supported by the International Development Research Center Doctoral Research Award.
Kenneth Macartney

Associate Fellow and Diplomat in Residence
CFGS
Ken is now an Associate Fellow with the CFGS. As Canada's former ambassador to Sweden, he was our Diplomat in Residence at the Centre (2017) as well as Adjunct Professor at the University of Victoria.
Rebeca  Macias Gimenez

Graduate Student Fellow
Rebeca Macias Gimenez is a PhD candidate at the University of Victoria Faculty of Law and one of our 2018/2019 Graduate Student Fellows. She is also affiliated with the Water, Innovation, and Global Governance Lab and she is a graduate student fellow with the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI).
Sara Naderi

Graduate Student Fellow
CFGS

Sara is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of sociology with the concentration on cultural, social and political thought (CSPT)at the University of Victoria, and a Graduate Student Fellow at the Centre for Global Studies.

Rebeccah Nelems

Graduate Student Fellow
CFGS
Rebeccah Nelems is a PhD student in the Sociology and Cultural, Social, and Political Thought (CSPT) programs at UVic. Her research has been shaped by 15+ years of evaluating social change projects and training organizations in community engagement methods. She comes to us with a MA in Social and Political Thought from York University and a BA (Honours) in Philosophy and Literary Studies from the University of Toronto.
Arnd-Michael Nohl

Visiting Research Fellow
Arnd-Michael Nohl is a short-term CFGS Visiting Research Fellow from the Helmut Schmidt University / University of the Armed Forces in Hamburg, Germany where he is a Professor of Education Science in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. 
Pablo Ouziel

Visiting Postdoctoral Scholar
CFGS/Borders in Globalization
Born in Barcelona, Spain, Dr. Pablo Ouziel holds a six-month Post-Doctoral Fellowship with Dr. James Tully, working on a project titled “Towards democratic responses to the crisis of democracy in Spain: Forms of Participatory and Representative Civic Engagement”.
Ben Perrier

Postdoctoral Scholar
BIG Project
Ben is a scientific research collaborator and Postdoctoral Scholar in the "Borders in Globalization" program. His work at CFGS focuses on the theoretical and legal renewal of the territorial borders of the States in the era of globalization.
Ivan Thompson

Community Practitioner Fellow
CFGS