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Laurence Claussen

University of Victoria

Laurence Claussen is a recent graduate from the University of British Columbia. He completed his MA in Political Science in November 2020, focusing on migration, ethics in democracy, and public opinion. Currently, Laurence is an Assistant to the Jean Monnet Projects for EUCAnet and Communications Assistant for the Centre for Global Studies at the University of Victoria.

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Ann-Kathrin McLean

Royal Roads University

Ann-Kathrin McLean is currently a Doctor of Social Sciences candidate at Royal Roads University (RRU)

Her doctoral research explores the relationship between collective memory, remembrance, and a site of traumatic memory. To help mitigate memory loss across generations, Ann-Kathrin strives to understand what shapes Holocaust remembrance in the 21st century through a multivocal analysis.


Noah Oder

McGill University

Noah has graduated with high distinction in Political Science (BA) from the University of Vienna. He is currently spending the first year of his Master’s degree in European Studies at McGill University (Montreal, Canada) as a Guy Drummond fellow. As part of this fellowship, Noah is going to spend the second year of his studies at Sciences Po in Paris. His research focuses on a gender-sensitive analysis of European social policy. 




Johannes Müller Gomez (Université de Montréal)

Sabrina Paillé (York University)

Pablo Ouziel (University of Victoria)



Ahmed Hamila (Université de Montréal)

Board members

Shannon Dinan (Université de Montréal)

Brad Cranwell (University of Victoria)



Ahmed Hamila (Université de Montréal)

Board members

Anthony Imbrogno (McGill University)

Dunja Apostolov-Dimitijevic (Carleton University)

Harry Nedelcu (Carleton University)

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