Associate Professor and Department Head, Political Science, University of The Fraser Valley

Dr. Fiona MacDonald (PhD UBC) is an Associate Professor specializing in Political Theory at the University of the Fraser Valley. Prior to her current appointment she was an Assistant Professor in Canadian Politics at the University of Manitoba. Dr. MacDonald co-edited the Finding Feminisms special issue of the Canadian Journal of Political Science (June 2017) which includes her article, “Knocking Down Walls in Political Science: In Defense of an Expansionist Feminist Agenda.” Her other publications can be found in the journals Hypatia, Citizenship Studies, Constellations, and Canadian Public Administration. Her article “Indigenous Peoples and Neoliberal ‘Privatization’ in Canada: Opportunities, Cautions and Constraints” won the 2012 John McMenemy Prize for the best article published in volume 44 of the Canadian Journal of Political Science.

Experience

  • –present
    Associate Professor and Department Head, Political Science , University of The Fraser Valley

Education

  • 2008 
    University of British Columbia , PhD