Concordia experts on the federal election
Last updated: September 13, 2021, 4:48 p.m.
A number of experts from Concordia University are available to comment on the current federal election campaign.
This list will be updated as issues emerge.
Citizen and social media campaigning (e.g. memes); data, privacy, and digital campaigning; social media standards, content moderation, Internet governance
Fenwick McKelvey, associate professor, Communication Studies
See also Fenwick's article in The Conversation: From sunny ways to pelted with stones: Why do some Canadians hate Justin Trudeau?
Catherine Kinewesquao Richardson, director, First Peoples Studies, associate professor, School of Community and Public Affairs
Also Indigenous Spokesperson for the Green Party of Canada
Human Rights, International politics
Kyle Matthews, director, Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies (MIGS)
Frank Chalk, professor, Department of History
Quebec-Canada relations, immigration policy
Mireille Paquet, associate professor, Department of Political Science
Tel: 514-297-0086 (no voicemail please but texts are welcome)
Environment, climate change
Damon Matthews, professor, Department of Geography, Planning and Environment
Concordia Research Chair in Climate Science and Sustainability
Climate change, urban planning, housing, social economy, green space, habitat destruction
Jason Prince, part-time faculty, School of Community and Public Affairs