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CPD Welcomes Jean-Christophe Boucher
The USC Center on Public Diplomacy is pleased to welcome Jean-Christophe Boucher, Assistant Professor at the University of Calgary, as the 2020 Canada-U.S. Fulbright Visiting Chair in Public Diplomacy. Boucher holds a Ph.D. in political science from the Université Laval. His main research interests and publications have focused on peace and security studies, Canadian foreign and defense policies, quantitative analysis and methodology.
At USC, Boucher will teach PUBD 510: Technologies and Public Diplomacy, which explores the relationship between diplomacy and technological change with an emphasis on questioning how new media may force us to rethink traditional frameworks of public diplomacy.
For Boucher's full bio, click here.
To see a list of previous Canadian-U.S. Fulbright Visiting Research Chairs in Public Diplomacy, please click here.
About the Canada-U.S. Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Public Diplomacy
Supported by Foreign Affairs Canada and the United States Department of State since 2005, the Canada-U.S. Fulbright Program promotes a deeper and more nuanced knowledge of Canada-U.S. relations and builds mutual understanding between the two countries through high-level academic exchange. The Canada-U.S. Fulbright Visiting Research Chair at CPD is designed to strengthen binational collaborative research on issues relevant to Canada, the United States and the relationship between the two countries. For more information, visit the Fulbright website.
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