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2014

Visiting Research Chairs in Canada


2014–2015 U.S. FULBRIGHT SCHOLAR AWARDS IN CANADA

Fulbright Canada Awards Sorted by Award Theme Awards List  4449 Fulbright-Carlos Rico Award for North American Studies  4464 All Disciplines Fulbright Scholar Award

2 awards 6 awards

 4465 Fulbright Canada Post-Doctoral Research Award

1 award

 4466 Visiting Chairs in Arts and Humanities

3 awards

 4467 Visiting Chairs in Business and Economics

3 awards

 4468 Visiting Chairs in Environmental Studies

4 awards

 4469 Visiting Chairs in Ethnicity and Cultural Studies

3 awards

 4470 Visiting Chairs in Global Studies

4 awards

 4471 Visiting Chairs in Governance

3 awards

 4472 Visiting Chairs in Health and Food Safety

3 awards

 4473 Visiting Chairs in International Development Studies

2 awards

 4474 Visiting Chairs in Legal Studies

4 awards

 4475 Visiting Chairs in Native Studies

2 awards

 4476 Visiting Chairs in North American Studies

3 awards

 4477 Visiting Chairs in Public Policy

3 awards

 4478 Visiting Chairs in Science and Education

3 awards

Note: Since multiple awards are available within each theme, applicants should identify host institutions in order of preference within the project statement and on the application form. Note: Given the interdisciplinary nature of many awards, please consult all award themes for opportunities.

For additional information, please contact: Jennifer Fox Program Officer, Western Hemisphere 202-686-6239 jfox@iie.org

Caitlin McNamara Program Associate 202-686-6237 cmcnamara@iie.org


Award 4449: Fulbright-Carlos Rico Award in North American Studies US$12,500 per semester in Canada plus US$2,300 per month in Mexico

2 awards

Can be held at any university, government agency, or research institution in Canada Grants are from 4 months to an academic year, and time should be distributed fairly equally between Canada and Mexico. Longerterm grants are preferred. The intent of this award is to enhance collaboration among a community of scholars working on issues of relevance to the special trilateral relationship among the United States, Mexico and Canada, created by shared borders and accelerated by the North American Free Trade Agreement. Projects across a broad range of disciplines as well as those with an interdisciplinary focus are welcomed; proposals should reflect topics which would benefit from a trilateral perspective and clearly demonstrate a need to spend time in both Mexico and Canada. Specializations: Open to all disciplines except medicine, veterinary medicine and dentistry. Of particular interest are research questions surrounding North American regionalization, governance, public policy, trade integration, environmental issues and standards, energy, indigenous issues, migration and identity. Contact: info@fulbright.ca

Award 4464: All Disciplines Fulbright Scholar Award US$12,500 for one semester (4 months) or US$25,000 for a full academic year (9 months)

6 awards

Can be held at any university, government agency, or research institution in Canada Applicants may propose lecturing projects, research projects, or a combination of both in a wide range of subject areas relevant to Canada or Canada-U.S. relations. Applicants are responsible for securing their affiliation and should include a letter of invitation from their preferred host institution. Specializations: While the competition is open to all disciplines, Fulbright Canada is particularly interested in encouraging research on contemporary issues relevant to Canada, the United States, and the relationship between the two countries. Applicants should also clearly document the need to be in residence in Canada to carry out the project. Contact: info@fulbright.ca

Award 4465: Post-Doctoral Research Award US$30,000 for one academic year (9 months)

1 award

Fulbright Post-Doctoral Research Award at the University of Northern British Columbia Located in the spectacular landscape of northern British Columbia, the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) is one of Canada’s best small universities, and for its size, is among the most research-intensive universities in Canada. Much of UNBC’s research focuses on the social, economic, environmental, and cultural issues of the North. This has led to the establishment of world-class research in such areas as Natural Resources and the Environment; Rural, Northern and Environmental Health; and the Sustainability of Communities. UNBC offers interdisciplinary PhD programs in Natural Resources and Environmental Studies, in Health Sciences, and in Psychology. Research partnerships with the private sector and public agencies have strengthened UNBC’s role as a resource for the communities of its region. This includes research on the mountain pine beetle, sustainable forest management practices, bioenergy and the bio-economy, environmental remediation, air quality issues, watershed management, local and Aboriginal governance, social and economic development in the North, determinants and delivery of health care, and climate change issues. Specializations: Natural Resources and Environmental Studies; Renewable Energy; Community Development (rural, northern, remote); Rural, Northern & Environmental Health; First Nations and Indigenous Studies Contact: Ranjana Bird, Vice-President (Research), vpr@unbc.ca www.unbc.ca/research


Award 4466: Visiting Chairs in Arts and Humanities US$25,000 for one semester (4 months)

3 awards

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in American Literature at McGill University Chairholder will teach one advanced course in the area of his or her current research, and will play a central role in monthly meetings of a faculty working group on African-American Literature and History (bringing together interested faculty members from the Departments of English, Art History, History, and North American Studies). The English Department at McGill University invites applications to fill the Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in American Literature for a four-month residency in 2014-15. Applicants should be productive scholars with significant records of research in African-American Literature and/or writing of the Black Diaspora. A focus on any author or authors of any period from the 19th-century to the present would be welcome. To facilitate the Fulbright Chair’s own ongoing work, the Department of English will furnish office space, computer and telephone access, and library privileges. Specializations: American Literature; African-American Literature; Writings of the Black Diaspora Contact: Peter Gibian, Department of English, peter.gibian@mcgill.ca www.mcgill.ca/english Note: McGill University is an English speaking institution. Some resource material may be in French. French is not required but would be an asset.

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Humanities, Social Sciences, and Fine Arts at the University of Alberta The Faculty of Arts is one of the largest research and teaching centres in Western Canada. It houses over 20 departments and interdisciplinary programs, numerous institutes and more than 350 full-time faculty members. Several of its departments are ranked indisputably among the finest in Canada. These include Drama, English, Linguistics, Art& Design, and Political Science. The Faculty of Arts is home to a large concentration of research institutes and centres. They produce advanced, world-class research in a variety of areas, including Austrian and Central European Studies, Ukrainian folklore, prairie immigration and population research, U.S. policy studies, Canadian literature and ethnomusicology, among others. The Parkland Institute is a leading Western Canadian think-tank devoted to public policy issues. Specializations: Anthropology, Art & Design, Drama, East Asian Studies, Economics, English & Film Studies, History & Classics, Linguistics, Modern Languages & Cultural Studies, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Women’s Studies. Contact: Lois Harder, Associate Dean Research, Faculty of Arts, lharder@ualberta.ca Cristian Gonzalez-Paez, UofA International, cristian.gonzalez-paez@ualberta.ca www.ualberta.ca/arts

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Central American Archeology at the University of Calgary The University of Calgary offers an opportunity for a Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Central American Archaeology to collaborate with a dynamic faculty of research scholars, graduate, and undergraduate students. The Visiting Researcher would collaborate on the organization and development of a large museum collection of archaeological materials from Central America, and would also teach a practicum in collections management for advanced undergraduate and graduate students. While based in the internationally recognized Archaeology Department at the University of Calgary, the successful candidate would also collaborate with interdisciplinary programs in International Indigenous Studies, Museum Studies, and Latin American Studies. Through the continued development of the museum collection and through public outreach programs, the Fulbright Visiting Research Scholar would help integrate university resources with the growing Latin American community in southern Alberta. Specializations: Archeology, Latin American Studies, Museum Studies. Contact: Geoffrey McCafferty, mccaffer@ucalgary.ca and Gerry Oetelaar, gaoetela@ucalgary.ca http://arky.ucalgary.ca


Award 4467: Visiting Chairs in Business and Economics US$25,000 for one semester (4 months)

3 awards

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Business and Management at Queen’s University Founded in 1937, Queen’s School of Business continues to innovate to ensure it provides the best business education in the world, and the academic excellence and exceptional experience that are the hallmarks of every Queen’s program. Since its beginning, Queen’s School of Business has enjoyed a long and impressive record of high quality research. Our mission today is to advance business and society through excellence in research, and to improve the practice of management and leadership. Our faculty are actively engaged in research in all areas of business and management. Like all faculty and graduate students, the holder of the Fulbright Research Chair will benefit from a vibrant research climate, with stimulating interactions in frequent seminars, workshops and brown bag lunches with other faculty, graduate students and invited professors. Queen’s School of Business provides access to resources that support their research such as financial and accounting databases, and a participant (“subject”) pool, and a behavioral lab. The Fulbright Chair will also benefit from access to the University’s Research Data Centre. Specializations: Any academic business discipline, such as behavioral, management or financial accounting, finance, international business, marketing, management information systems, managerial economics, management science, organizational behavior and/or theory. Contact: Jay Handelman, Queen’s School of Business, jhandelman@business.queensu.ca www.business.queensu.ca

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Business at the University of Alberta The University of Alberta School of Business is one of the best Business schools in Canada in terms of research, teaching and community involvement. It ranks in the top three Canadian business faculties in research and in some departments in the top 50 in North America. The University of Alberta is situated in the heart of the City of Edmonton in a scenic area on the south bank of the North Saskatchewan River. Edmonton has a metropolitan area population of over one million and is known for its expansive park system that runs through the city. The capital city of the province of Alberta, Edmonton is a cultural, government and educational centre. Specializations: Marketing, strategy, organization, and management of information systems. Contact: Royston Greenwood, Associate Dean Research, Alberta School of Business, royston.greenwood@ualberta.ca Cristian Gonzalez-Paez, UofA International, cristian.gonzalez-paez@ualberta.ca www.business.ualberta.ca

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in International Economics and Finance at the

University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University This chair will be held jointly at the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University Established in 1957, the University of Waterloo is one of Canada’s leading research universities, highly respected for its innovative academic programs, focus on technology and international connections. The Fulbright Chairs are an integral part of the university’s internationalization strategy and its commitment to promoting interdisciplinary research. Wilfrid Laurier University is a leading Canadian university known for academic excellence and a culture that inspires lives of leadership and purpose. Established in 1911, Laurier has a distinct commitment to teaching, research and scholarship combined with a strong student focus and a deep sense of community. Specializations: International governance of economic and financial systems. Contact: Bruce Muirhead, Associate Vice-President, External Research, muirhead@uwaterloo.ca www.uwaterloo.ca www.wlu.ca


Award 4468: Visiting Chairs in Environmental Sciences US$25,000 for one semester (4 months)

4 awards

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Science and the Environment at McMaster University McMaster University is well-known for its medical school and research intensity across the campus. Through its continued dedication to innovative education and ground-breaking research, McMaster has earned a reputation as one of Canada’s leading and most innovative post-secondary institutions. The McMaster Institute of Environment and Health, established in 1990, enjoys an international reputation for cutting-edge interdisciplinary work in the environment and health areas. Specializations: Environment and health across the life course from the perspective of the human sciences; areas of specialization may include, but are not limited to, public policy, the media and community-based environmental epidemiology. Contact: Charlotte Yates, Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, yatesch@mcmaster.ca www.mcmaster.ca/mieh

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Water and the Environment at the University of Lethbridge Water is an important economic resource for Alberta, and it is a research focus at the University of Lethbridge. The University of Lethbridge is a key player in provincial water research programs aimed at ensuring the long -term safety, quality and sustainability of Alberta’s water resources. University research adopts a multidisciplinary approach to research that explores ways to conserve water, diversify water sources, protect water quality and mitigate the impacts of climate changes. Specializations: Water quality and safety, water resources management practices development and implementation, consumption patterns, water economics, water and society, water-related health issues and the relation of water resources and climate change. Contact: Penny Pickles, Office of Research Services, pickpj@uleth.ca www.uleth.ca

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in the Environment and Economy at the University of Ottawa Building an environmentally sustainable economy is one of the foremost challenges of our time. The chairholder will be researching some aspect of this issue, from an economic, policy, legal and/or business perspective, and with policy relevance . Located in the heart of Canada’s capital, University of Ottawa is an ideal place for such research. The chairholder will be part of the inter-disciplinary team at the Earth Economy Institute, which is home to Sustainable Prosperity, Canada’s main environment-economy think tank and research network. S/he also will have an opportunity to teach in the Institute’s inter disciplinary graduate program. Specializations: Environment and Economy; Environment Policy; Economic Policy; Environmentally Sustainable Economy. Contact: Chantal Sanscartier, Office of International Research, chantal.sanscartier@uottawa.ca www.ie.uottawa.ca

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Environmental Sciences at the University of Winnipeg The University of Winnipeg, located in the heart of Canada, is a compact, diverse, multicultural academic community committed to access and excellence. The University of Winnipeg is a provincially and privately funded post-secondary institution with undergraduate and select graduate programs, as well as Collegiate and Continuing Education divisions. The Richardson College for the Environment is a major first step in implementing the university’s academic plan to enhance science education and research. The College specializes in a number of key emerging areas of environmental research and study: forest ecology; urban ecology; the global north; water resources and; environment and health. Specializations: Environmental studies, environmental policy, environment and society, and environmental preservation and research initiatives. Contact: Neil Besner, Vice President (Research and International), n.besner@uwinnipeg.ca www.uwinnipeg.ca


Award 4469:

Visiting Chairs in Ethnicity and Cultural Studies

US$25,000 for one semester (4 months)

3 awards

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Society and Culture at Dalhousie University The Chair holder will deliver two formal lectures – one to FASS faculty members and students, the other to the larger university community. Founded in 1818 in the heart of Halifax, N.S., Dalhousie University is strongly committed to a broad scope of excellent educational programs and internationally-recognized research programs in cultural and international studies and other fields. The Chair holder will be a Fellow of the Dalhousie Institute on Society and Culture, the home for all research activities and programs currently pursued within the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS). Specializations: Social sciences, humanities, and the study of cultures; national, global, and interdisciplinary studies. Contact: Frank Harvey, Associate Dean (Research), FASS, frank.harvey@dal.ca www.dal.ca/fass

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Ethnicity and Multicultural Citizenship at Queen’s University The Department of Political Studies is recognized as one of Canada’s foremost. Established by Royal Charter of Queen Victoria in 1841, Queen’s was the earliest degree-granting institution in the United Province of Canada. Queen’s is located in Kingston, Ontario, which is considered one of Canada’s most livable cities and is situated within 3 hours (by car or train) of Canada’s two largest cities, Toronto and Montreal, as well as its capital, Ottawa. Specializations: Immigrant integration, multiculturalism and multicultural education, indigenous peoples and self-government, policing and minorities, affirmative action for racial and ethnic minorities, the state and minority nationalism and normative theories of accommodating ethnic diversity. Contact: Zsuzsa Csergo, Department of Political Studies, csergo@queensu.ca www.queensu.ca/politics

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in American Studies at Western University The Centre for American Studies was established at the University of Western Ontario in 1984 to promote a greater understanding of American culture, history and politics. The Centre offers a wide range of courses in American Studies and encourages research that is interdisciplinary in nature in all areas having to do with the American experience. Specializations: American culture, history, and politics Contact: Don Abelson, Director, Centre for American Studies, cas@uwo.ca cas.uwo.ca


Award 4470: Visiting Chairs in Global Studies US$25,000 for one semester (4 months)

4 awards

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in the Person and Society at Concordia University Concordia researchers are contributing dynamically to the many social, cultural, technological, health, environmental, and economic challenges and opportunities of contemporary life. Much of this research reflects the growing imperatives of adaptability and sustainability experienced by people, communities, markets, industries, institutions and countries around the world. Specializations: Development and Well-being across the Lifespan and across Life Domains; Identity, Expression and Culture; Human Systems in a Global World. Contact: Grant Brown, Associate Dean Res & Grad Studies, Faculty of Arts and Science, gbrown@artsci.concordia.ca or Lynn Hughes, Associate Dean, Research and International Relations, Faculty of Fine Arts, Lynn.Hughes@concordia.ca www.concordia.ca/academic-units www.concordia.ca/research Note: Concordia University is an English speaking institution. Some resource material may be in French. French is not required but would be an asset.

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Globalization and Cultural Studies at McMaster University McMaster University offers scholars exciting and unique opportunities for research, education and collaboration. With a longstanding reputation as Canada’s most innovative university, McMaster has pioneered a number of programs that have changed how professors teach and students learn. Through its continued dedication to innovative education and ground-breaking research, the university has earned its reputation as one of the leading post-secondary institutions in Canada and continues in its commitment to be Canada’s most student-centered research university. Specializations: Globalizing processes and how these come to bear upon our lives, our communities, and the plants, animals and environments in which we live. Contact: Peter Nyers, Associate Director, Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition, nyersp@mcmaster.ca www.globalization.mcmaster.ca

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Global Issues at the Munk School of Global Affairs Established in 1827, the University of Toronto is Canada’s largest university and is recognized as a global leader in researc h and teaching. The university’s distinguished faculty, institutional record of groundbreaking scholarship and wealth of innovative academic opportunities continually attract outstanding students and academics from around the world. The renowned Munk School of Global Affairs seeks to be an internationally recognized leader in interdisciplinary academic research on global issues and to integrate research with teaching and public education. The Munk School encompasses numerous other centers and programs that include the Centre for the Study of the United States, the Centre for Global Issues, the Asian Institute, and the Centre for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies. Specializations: Global economy, development, international institutions, and area studies Contact: Janice Stein, Director, Munk School of Global Affairs, j.stein@utoronto.ca www.munkschool.utoronto.ca

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in East Asia - North American Relations at the University of Calgary The Departments of History and German, Slavic & East Asian Studies seek a Fulbright Canada Scholar working in the broadly defined areas of East Asia–North America relations. We are especially interested in interdisciplinary-minded candidates focusing on the intersections between society, culture, and political economy. East Asia’s growing political and economic importance to Canada and the United States manifests greater social and cultural ties that have important implications for trans-Pacific relations. We seek a scholar who will offer an advanced interdisciplinary undergraduate seminar on North America–East Asia relations and conduct highlevel research in his or her areas of expertise, taking advantage of the many resources available on East Asia at the University of Calgary and in Western Canada more generally. The Faculty of Arts at the University of Calgary has a significant number of Asianists concentrated in several departments. The importance of Calgary as a global energy hub, and the Alberta energy industry as the target of significant East Asian investment, makes the University of Calgary a particularly attractive place for scholars interested in East Asia–North America relations. Specializations: East Asian Studies, Canadian Studies, History, International Relations. Contact: Henrik Kraay, kraay@ucalgary.ca and Florentine Strzelcyk strzelcz@ucalgary.ca http://gsea.ucalgary.ca


Award 4471: Visiting Chairs in Governance US$25,000 for one semester (4 months)

3 awards

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Governance and Public Policy at McMaster University The Department of Political Science will host the Chair, who will also have opportunities to interact with McMaster’s rich interdisciplinary research community, including a new Institute on Public Policy and Analysis, Centre for Engineering and Public Policy, Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis, Centre for Climate Change, Institute for Energy Studies, and the Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition, among others. Specializations: Areas of central concern for public policy formation and implementation in a globalized world, such as public sector management and administration, governance, health and social policy, sustainability, immigration, water, automotive production, trade and investment, innovation and productivity. Contact: Ahmed Shafiqul Huque, Chair, Department of Political Science, huqueas@mcmaster.ca www.politicalscience.mcmaster.ca

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Governance and Public Administration at the University of Ottawa Affiliation may be with the Centre on Governance, Institute of Population Health, Institute of Canadian Studies, or the School of Political Studies. The University of Ottawa is one of Canada’s top 10 universities. It is situated in the heart of Canada’s capital and is the largest bilingual university in North America, committed to the promotion of bilingualism and biculturalism in a multicultural environment. Interdisciplinarity is promoted actively through the creation and support of research centers and institutes. Specializations: Contemporary public policy, governance and public administration. Contact: Chantal Sanscartier, Office of International Research, chantal.sanscartier@uottawa.ca www.uottawa.ca Note: The University of Ottawa is a bilingual institution. Some resource material may be in French. French is not required but would be an asset.

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Global Governance at the

University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University This chair will be held jointly at the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University Established in 1957, the University of Waterloo is one of Canada’s leading research universities, highly respected for its innovative academic programs, focus on technology and international connections. The Fulbrigh t Chairs are an integral part of the university’s internationalization strategy and its commitment to promoting interdisciplinary research. Wilfrid Laurier University is a leading Canadian university known for academic excellence and a culture that inspire s lives of leadership and purpose. Established in 1911, Laurier has a distinct commitment to teaching, research and scholarship combined with a strong student focus and a deep sense of community. Specializations: Contemporary public policy issues in any area of study relating to Canada, the U.S. or the bilateral relationship, globalization, global governance or multilateral relations. Contact: Bruce Muirhead, Associate Vice-President, External Research, muirhead@uwaterloo.ca www.uwaterloo.ca www.wlu.ca


Award 4472: Visiting Chairs in Health and Food Safety US$25,000 for one semester (4 months)

3 awards

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Food Safety at the University of Alberta The Faculty of Agriculture, Life & Environmental Sciences (ALES) encompasses the physical, biological, and social sciences an d consists of the Devonian Botanical Garden and four departments: Renewable Resources, Rural Economy, Agriculture, Food, and Nutritional Science, and Human Ecology. The ALES focuses its research on three major resources: physical including land, water and energy; biological including food, forests and animals; and human including individuals , families and communities. Specifically, ALES supports four major research themes that encompass Alberta’s robust physical, biological and human resources: global food systems, healthy human environments, growing the bio -products industry and sustainable land, forest and water management. Linkages between departments allow for and stimulate each theme to span the physical, biological and human aspects of the research. Specializations: The global food system and healthy human environments. Contact: Cristian Gonzalez-Paez, UofA International, cristian.gonzalez-paez@ualberta.ca www.ales.ualberta.ca

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Food Security at the University of Guelph Food security exists when all people have access to sufficient, affordable, safe and healthy food to meet their dietary needs every day and food preferences for an active and health life. This Chair’s objective is to generate e ffective and innovative scientific contributions in research, teaching, and policy advice to reduce hunger and achieve food security in both the developed and developing world. Thematically, research activities will deal with issues of sustainable food av ailability, food access, food use and global food system efficiencies. The University of Guelph is renowned in Canada and around the world as a research-intensive and learner-centered institution, committed to open learning, internationalism and collaboration. In addition to a number of departments in the colleges that have the environment as a focus of research and teaching strengths, the University of Guelph’s Food Institute is home to faculty with expertise in food research. The Food Institute offers access to food knowledge to drive understanding of, innovation towards and action on the world’s food issues. Specializations: Food Sustainability, availability, global food safety systems, food sovereignty, hunger alleviation, health and food research, food authenticity and provenance, food environment, agricultural systems, hospitality management, consumer trends and preferences, supply chains, food cultures and policies. Contact: Maureen Mancuso, Vice-President for Academic Affairs, m.mancuso@exec.uoguelph.ca www.uoguelph.ca/cme

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Nutrisciences and Health at the University of Prince Edward Island UPEI’s areas of research focus include comparative biomedical sciences, aquatic health sciences, environmental sciences, natural products chemistry, and human development and health. UPEI is home to the Centre for Health and Biotech Management and Research, and hosts the Jeanne and J. Louis Levesque Research Professorships in Nutrisciences and Health, the Margaret and Wallace McCain Chair in Human Development and Health, and a Canada Research Chair in Marine Natural Products. The National Research Council (NRC) Institute for Nutriscience and Health is located on campus, providing a venue where researchers from the NRC, UPEI and Agriculture/Agri-food Canada work collectively to address nutriscience based approaches to health and wellness. Charlottetown, a city of 35,000, is the capital of Canada’s smallest province, Prince Edward Island. UPEI is a major contributor to the island’s growing bioscience cluster and is nationally ranked among the top researc h intensive universities in its category. Specializations: Comparative biomedical nutrisciences, health and wellness, enhancement of natural product bioactive compounds, public policy and bioscience, commercialization of biomedical research, regional biotechnology development. Contact: Robert Gilmour, Vice-President Research, research@upei.ca www.upei.ca


Award 4473: Visiting Chairs in International Development Studies US$25,000 for one semester (4 months)

2 awards

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in International Development at Carleton University Held primarily at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, the chairholder will also be affiliated with the North South Institute. Established in 1965, the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA) is a longstanding, fully accredited member of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs. NPSIA houses an excellent Resource Centre, and several research centres and programs that specialize in international studies. The North-South Institute (NSI) is Canada’s oldest independent policy research institution specializing in international development and is currently ranked as the world’s top small think tank. The NSI is dedicated to eradicating global poverty and enhancing social justice through research which promotes international cooperation, democratic governance, and conflict prevention. The holder of the Chair will contribute to the graduate teaching and research program of NPSIA, and to the research program of NSI. Specializations: Conflict Analysis and Conflict Resolution; Intelligence and National Security; International Institutions and Global Public Policy; International Development Policy; Development Projects and Planning; International Economic Policy. Contact: Ms. Norean Shepherd, School Administrator, NPSIA, norean_shepherd@carleton.ca www1.carleton.ca/npsia

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in International Development Studies at McGill University Chairholder will teach a capstone seminar for the International Development Studies undergraduate program. The Chair is intended to contribute to the reinvigoration of research relating to international development at McGill. The proposed Chair’s research is open to all regions but grouped under the Institute for the Study of International Development’s one overarching theme: democracy and democratization. Within that perspective, the pro posed Chair should work within one of the following research clusters: economic development; states and state -building; and social pluralism and civil society. Specializations: International Development Studies, Democracy, Democratization, Economic Development, State-Building, Pluralism, Civil Society Contact: Philip Oxhorn, Director, Institute for the Study of International Development, philip.oxhorn@mcgill.ca www.mcgill.ca/isid Note: McGill University is an English speaking institution. Some resource material may be in French. French is not required but would be an asset.


Award 4474:

Visiting Chairs in Legal Studies

US$25,000 for one semester (4 months)

4 awards

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Private & Comparative Law at McGill University The Faculty of Law, McGill University, true to its mission of teaching private law in a transsystemic , pluralistic setting, seeks applications from leading scholars in private law. The Faculty is seeking to enhance and stimulate its inquiries into the social dimensions of private law and the concepts underlying private law. In this spirit, the Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law has recently begun to focus its research activities on a number of neglected areas of property and trusts. Potential avenues of inquiry might look at the social obligations of property, here framed widely a s both pertaining to traditional resources and to intellectual resources; the manner in which private resources help to fulfill human capacities o r human development; or the way in which such progressive approaches provide critical additions, correctives o r responses to doctrinal, formal or economic understandings of property institutions. Such an approach might also provoke more detailed studies of trusts, or investigations into the larger generic concepts relevant to private law, such as ethics, equity ( epikeia or aequitas), loyalty, fiduciary obligations or duty. As well, more precise generic concepts present in some private law systems, such as good faith or abus de droit might be valuable objects of study. The scholar would possess a distinguished record of achievement in these areas. Background in other areas of private law would also be an asset. A rich background in the historical development of property and trust institutions in the United States and around the world would be an additional asset. Specializations: Private Law, Property, Social Obligations, Intellectual Property, Trusts, Equity. Contact: Lionel Smith, Director, Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law, lionel.smith@mcgill.ca www.mcgill.ca/centre-crepeau Note: McGill University is an English speaking institution. Some resource material may be in French. French is not required but would be an asset.

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in the Theory and Practice of Constitutionalism and Federalism at

McGill University The Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in the Theory and Practice of Constitutionalism and Federalism, at McGill University in the Department of Political Science and the Research Group on Constitutional Studies, is open to established or emerging scholars in political theory and political science, and open with respect to methodology. The Chair will pursue research in constitutionalism broadly construed; an interest in federalism in particular is desirable but not necessary. The ability to engage with scholars and students across methodologies – normative, empirical, intellectual-historical, jurisprudential, and formal, for example – is more important that particular areas of emphasis. Sample areas of interest include: the constitutional status of federalist arrangements, including their judicial enforceabili ty, their founding status, and their effects on other constitutional struct ures; empirical comparative studies of federalism; analytic or formal modeling of federal systems; normative research on the justifiability and justifiable shape of federalism, as compared with unitary, confederal, and subsidiary models of government; the intellectual foundations of federalism, including the history of federalist thought; multiethnic federalism; the relationship between constitutionalism and democracy or between constitutionalism and liberalism; the stability of constitutional systems; cons titutional political economy, constitutional entrenchment and judicial review; the history of constitutional thought. Specializations: Political Theory, Political Science, History of Political Thought, Federalism, Constitutionalism, Constitutional Interpretation, Judicial Review, Jurisprudence. Contact: Jacob Levy, Department of Political Science, jacob.levy@mcgill.ca www.mcgill.ca/rgcs Note: McGill University is an English speaking institution. Some resource material may be in French. French is not required but would be an asset.


Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Human Rights and Social Justice at the University of Ottawa The Human Rights Research and Education Centre was founded in 1981, at the University of Ottawa which is a bilingual (English/French) institution. It is the oldest university-based human rights centre in Canada. The Centre is housed in the Faculty of Law building and brings together academic researchers from the Faculty of Law, including both Common Law and Civil Law traditions, and the Faculty of Social Sciences, as well as researchers from the community. Located in the nation’s capital, the Centre is in close proximity to the Houses of Parliament, federal government ministries, foreign embassies, the national offices of many non-governmental organizations, and is a short travel distance to the major cities of Montreal and Toronto. The Centre is interested in furthering discussion on, and broadening its understanding of, a wide array of domestic and international human rights and social justice issues. Specializations: Domestic and international human rights and social justice issues. Contact: Chantal Sanscartier, Office of International Research, chantal.sanscartier@uottawa.ca www.uottawa.ca/hrrec Note: The University of Ottawa is a bilingual institution. Some resource material may be in French. French is not required but would be an asset.

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Aboriginal Legal and Resource Rights at the University of Alberta The Faculty of Law is the oldest in western Canada and is one of Canada’s top-tier law schools. The School of Native Studies provides a common ground for aboriginal and non-aboriginal students to research, explore, and critically examine the historical and contemporary issues that concern native peoples and communities. Specializations: North American aboriginal law with a focus on aboriginal resource rights and governance and their relationship to national and provincial, state or territorial regulatory regimes. Contact: Cristian Gonzalez-Paez, UofA International, cristian.gonzalez-paez@ualberta.ca


Award 4475:

Visiting Chairs in Native Studies

US$25,000 for one semester (4 months)

2 awards

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Aboriginal/Indigenous Life and Culture in the North American Context at

McGill University For the 2014-2015 year, the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada is seeking to appoint a Fulbright Visiting Research Chair whose work deals with Aboriginal/Indigenous Life and Culture in the North American Context. The research of the individual selected may be concerned with any aspect of Aboriginal/Indigenous life and culture, but we are particularly interested in receiving a scholar whose work deals with the North American context in an integrated sense. We are particularly interested, as well, in scholars whose work offers an interesting integration of humanistic and social science perspectives. While we expect that that the holder of the Chair will be a specialist in one discipline, we are seeking someone whose work integrates a variety of perspectives and addresses a range of experiences. Applicants are expected to hold a doctoral degree in a relevant discipline and have a record of publication and research in an area relevant to the theme of the Chair. Specializations: Canada, North America, Aboriginal, Indigenous, Culture. Contact: William Straw, Director, MISC, william.straw@mcgill.ca www.mcgill.ca/misc Note: McGill University is an English speaking institution. Some resource material may be in French. French is not required but would be an asset.

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Native Peoples and Communities at the University of Alberta Opened in 1908, the University of Alberta is among a handful of Canada’s largest research intensive universities. The Faculty of Native Studies provides a common ground for contemporary relations that concern native peoples and communities. Faculty members’ research expertise covers Metis resources and law, Inuit and environmental change, Dene and diamonds, urban Aboriginal residents, treaties and land rights and Aboriginal history, among other topics. Specializations: Metis resources and law, Inuit and environmental change, Dene and diamonds and urban aboriginal residents. Contact: Ellen Bielawski, Dean, Faculty of Native Studies, ellenb@ualberta.ca Cristian Gonzalez-Paez, UofA International, christian.gonzalez-paez@ualberta.ca www.ualberta.ca/nativestudies


Award 4476:

Visiting Chairs in North American Studies

US$25,000 for one semester (4 months)

3 awards

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Transnational Studies at Brock University Teach a one-term course at the undergraduate level and deliver a public lecture on the transnational theme of your choice (likely at one of our two regular conferences). The Centre for Canadian Studies at Brock University is amongst the oldest and most important centres of research and teaching in its field. Located in the Niagara border region, we have recently introduced a new Joint MA in Canadian and American Studies with the State University of New York, University at Buffalo. Brock University currently has over 18,000 students. The school encourages collaborative work that crosses intellectual and international borders, especially work in collaboration with neighbouring U.S. institutions. Our annual Two Days of Canada Conference is the oldest of its kind, and we also host the bi-annual Crossing Borders undergraduate conference on transnational issues. The Fulbright scholar program is part of this larger initiative. Specializations: Writing across borders; Transnational cultures; Languages, Citizenship, and Migration – including approaches to First Nations issues; Histories of the cross-border region; Border Studies; Canadian-American Relations; and the image of Canada abroad. Contact: Gregory Betts, Director, Centre for Canadian Studies, gbetts@brocku.ca www.brocku.ca

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in North American Integration at Carleton University Candidates may apply to teach a course in-residence if they wish. The Centre for North American Politics and Society is the only research center in Canada devoted to the study of the North American region. The Centre brings together distinguished academics from the Departments of Political Science and Law, the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, the School of Public Policy and Administration, the School of Canadian Studies and others. Scholars associated with the Centre are working in such areas as social citizenship, border control and immigration policy, security policy, environmental regulation, federalism and the role of civil society within North America. Its location in Canada’s capital makes it an ideal research location and the director of the Centre can facilitate linkages with government and non-governmental organizations in the capital region. Specializations: North American studies, with a focus on political, social or cultural dimensions of North American integration. Contact: Jonathan Malloy, Department of Political Science, jonathan_malloy@carleton.ca www.carleton.ca/polisci

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in North American Integration at York University York university fosters interdisciplinary approaches to teaching and scholarship and offers a full range of undergraduate and graduate programs in the liberal arts, fine arts, sciences, engineering, environmental studies, health studies, and the professions, including business, law, nursing, social work, and education. The field of North American/U.S. Studies draws upon strengths in a wide range of these areas, including the humanities, social sciences, business, law, and the environment, to explore aspects of integration in the North American context. Applicants are encouraged to include a letter of invitation from the intended host faculty/department at York University. Specializations: North American studies, with a focus on political, social or economic dimensions of North American integration. Contact: Marla Chodak, Office of the Vice-President Academic & Provost, mchodak@yorku.ca www.yorku.ca


Award 4477:

Visiting Chairs in Public Policy

US$25,000 for one semester (4 months)

3 awards

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in U.S. Policy Studies at the University of Alberta The mandate of the Alberta Institute for American Studies is to encourage and facilitate informed analysis and discussion of the policies and policy processes of the United States. In doing so, it seeks to fulfill a primary goal of providing informed council, based on sound research to address Canada’s U.S. specific challenges and opportunities. A secondary goal is to study the approaches that Americans take on policy issues, as they often provide Canadians with useful comparisons that inform our discussions and debates. Specializations: U.S. studies with a focus on policy issues, such as the American economy, trade, international relations, security and environmental issues. The geographic scope is open, but preference will be given to policy applications in the North American context. Contact: Greg Anderson, Department of Political Science, greg.anderson@ualberta.ca Cristian Gonzalez-Paez, UofA International, cristian.gonzalez-paez@ualberta.ca www.americanstudies.ualberta.ca

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Science and Society at the University of Ottawa The University of Ottawa is a major, multi-cultural research university in the Nation’s Capital. The chairholder will contribute to the activities of the Science, Society and Policy Network of the University of Ottawa and be housed in the Institute for Science, Society and Policy (ISSP). The chairholder will have the opportunity to interact with faculty members from a number of different faculties (Arts, Engineering, Law, Management, Medicine, Science and Social Science) and participate in projects concerned with policy to enhance S&T innovation, science/policy integration, and the governance of emerging technologies. The location in Ottawa in combination with the ISSP network will enable the chairholder to address joint U.S. – Canada interests, bilateral activities, and carry out comparative analyses. The chairholder will also contribute to the development of the emerging graduate program of the ISSP in the social and policy dimensions of S&T innovation and contribute to major activities such as the conference “Science and Society 2013: Emerging Agendas for Citizens and the Sciences” and the international Bromley Lecture and Event (in collaboration with George Washington University). Specializations: Science, Technology and Society; Science and Innovation Policy; Science/Policy Interface; Technology Governance Contact: Chantal Sanscartier, Office of International Research, Chantal.sanscartier@uottawa.ca www.issp.uottawa.ca/eng Note: The University of Ottawa is a bilingual institution. Some resource material may be in French. French is not required but would be an asset.

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Public Management, Public Policy, or International Trade at the

University of Saskatchewan The Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy is a provincial centre for advanced education, research, and training, with locations on two university campuses – the University of Regina and the University of Saskatchewan. With academic backgrounds such as political science, economics, sociology, geography, law and education, the school’s faculty members train graduate students in an interdisciplinary environment, educate the public on policy matters, and improve the knowledge base from which policymakers draw. The school provides the opportunity to work on contemporary public policy and administration challenges in an academic environment renowned for innovation. The Fulbright Scholar will be located at the school’s University of Saskatchewan campus in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. As Saskatchewan’s largest city, Saskatoon offers all the advantages of a large centre within a rich natural, parkland setting. Residents benefit from affordable housing, diverse arts and cultural activities, and year-round festivities. Specializations: Public health and social policy, innovation policy, resource and environmental policy, and public sector management. Contact: Amber McCuaig, Manager, University of Saskatchewan campus, amber.mccuaig@usask.ca www.schoolofpublicpolicy.sk.ca


Award 4478: Visiting Chairs in Science and Education US$25,000 for one semester (4 months)

3 awards

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Technology, Industry and the Environment at Concordia University Concordia researchers are contributing dynamically to the many social, cultural, technological, health, environmental, and economic challenges and opportunities of contemporary life. Much of this research reflects the growing imperatives of adaptability and sustainability experienced by people, communities, markets, industries, institutions and countries around the world. Specializations: Enabling Technologies and their Basic Foundations; Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology; Energy, Environment and Bioproducts. Contact: Grant Brown, Associate Dean Res & Grad Studies, Faculty of Arts and Science, gbrown@artsci.concordia.ca or Lynn Hughes, Associate Dean, Research and International Relations, Faculty of Fine Arts, Lynn.Hughes@concordia.ca www.concordia.ca/academic-units www.concordia.ca/research Note: Concordia University is an English speaking institution. Some resource material may be in French. French is not required but would be an asset.

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Education at the University of Alberta One of the top three faculties of education in Canada, the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta has internationally recognized strengths in a variety of areas including curriculum and pedagogy, multi-modal literacies, policy development, educational measurement, international and global citizenship education, the educational needs of multicultural and Aboriginal populations, the appropriate integration of technology with scholarship and teaching and science and mathematics education. The Faculty boasts two Kaplan Professors, four researchers hold Canada Research Chairs and the Faculty houses one of five NSERC-funded CRYSTALs (Centres for Research in Youth, Science, Teaching and Learning). Outstanding new hires, established researchers, and strong doctoral students make the Faculty an excellent context for collaborative, ground breaking work. Specializations: Curriculum studies and pedagogy, testing and measurement, policy studies in education, mathematics and science education, international and global citizenship education, multicultural education, aboriginal education, literacy education, and technology integration. Applicants with an interdisciplinary research focus are also encouraged to apply. Contact: Fern Snart, Dean, Faculty of Education, fern.snart@ualberta.ca Cristian Gonzalez-Paez, UofA International, cristian.gonzalez-paez@ualberta.ca www.ualberta.ca/education

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math at the

University of Manitoba The University of Manitoba is an internationally respected educational institution, currently offering over 90 degrees, diplomas and certificates, including more than 60 at the undergraduate level. The University is Manitoba’s largest and most comprehensive postsecondary institution and the only one with a research-intensive focus. The University of Manitoba has been at the center of research in Manitoba for more than a century and annual research funding from external sources is over $160 million. From the development of canola and advances in wireless communication to exploring the frontiers of global climate change and breakthrough discoveries on HIV/AIDS, and the elimination of Rh disease in newborns, their researchers have made contributions that have had a global impact. Specializations: Science, technology, engineering, or mathematics Contact: Dr. Digvir S. Jayas, Vice-President (Research and International), Digvir.Jayas@ad.umanitoba.ca www.umanitoba.ca


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