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Professor, Political Science

Paul Nesbitt-Larking, PhD
As an educator, my main goal is to assist in the cultivation of learning. Of necessity, this is a collaborative process that takes place in the community.

From day one the Huron Political Science classroom is a place of informed inquiry, respectful dialogue, intellectual discovery, and mutual support. Faculty members play a leading role but are far from being the only active agents. Political Science students are exposed to a range of theoretical perspectives that speak to those challenges they have chosen to investigate. Collaborating with a range of mentors, colleagues, and supporters at Huron, Political Science students are engaged in experiential, problem-centred, and relevant learning.

Summary of Research:

  • Political identities
  • Politics and the media
  • Canadian politics
  • Comparative politics