Glenn Graham

(902) 867-5871

Ph.D. (Dalhousie)

Specialization

Canadian Politics, Atlantic Canada, Regionalism and Regional Development.

Recent Publications

"Electoral Parity or Protecting Minorities? Path Dependency and Consociational Districting in Nova Scotia,” Canadian Political Science Review, 14, 1 (2020): 32-54 [with Jim Bickerton]. 

“Marginalization, Resilience, Integration: Reconstructing and Globalizing Canada’s ‘Celtic’ Fringe Island Region of Cape Breton,” Journal of Canadian Studies, 52, (2018): 650-690.

"Balancing Effective Representation with Voter Parity: Final Report," Nova Scotia Electoral Boundaries Commission (2020) [Commissioner and contributing author in Dodds, Colin J. and Nova Scotia Electoral Boundaries Commission, 2019].

The Cape Breton Fiddle: Making and Maintaining Tradition. Sydney, NS: CBU Press, 2006.