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Hello! I am a policy and communications specialist working with the Borders in Globalization program at the Centre for Global Studies at the University of Victoria, Canada. I am a Sessional Instructor in Political Science, and I manage the new open-access and peer-reviewed journal, Borders in Globalization Review (check it out and share!):

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My PhD is in Political Science (University of Victoria, 2017) and my MA is in Social and Political Thought (University of Regina, 2009). I recently published a peer-reviewed (double-blind) essay on aterritorial borders in the first issue of the BIG_Review. I also published work based on my doctoral thesis, a monograph titled Palestinian Popular Struggle: Unarmed and Participatory, and a chapter called “Peace Process without the People: Sidelining Popular Struggle in Palestine” for an edited volume called the History of World Peace Since 1750 (both Routledge). I lived for six months in the occupied West Bank, including three months of field research in 2013-2014.

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Contact: carpentm@uvic.ca

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