I am a former graduate students of the University of Toronto, specializing in Political Science. I have done fieldwork in Bemidji Minnesota, where I have conducted an ethnographic case study of public opinion in the area.
What makes the politics of resentment flourish?
What makes the politics of resentment flourish? This masters research paper documents an ethnographic case study designed to provide deeper insight into the manifestation of public opinion in Bemidji, Minnesota, a rural town in the north of the state with about 15,434 people.
This paper explores the sources of resentment that sub-Sahara African citizens have towards each other in historical and contemporary contexts. I argue that resentments in sub-Sahara Africa are layered, entangled, and nourish one another.
What qualities and characteristics make a public servant in a western democracy? I explore this question by focusing on political meritocracy in the context of western democracies.
The G7 Research group analyzes compliance with commitments made at G7 summits on issues related to climate change, gender equality, trade, global macroeconomic issues, financial regulatory reform, corruption, energy.