Noah Schwartz, BA (Carleton), MSc (Durham), Ph.D. (Carleton) is an Assistant Professor (LTA) in Political Science at Concordia University with a specialization in public policy.
His research looks at advocacy groups, firearms policy, and the gun debate in Canada and the United States.
Noah received his BA at Carleton in Global Politics, before moving overseas to complete his MSc in Defence, Development, and Diplomacy at Durham University. After working with the Privy Council Office and Global Affairs Canada, he completed his Ph.D. at Carleton University.
Noah's research interests include the public policy process, the politics of memory, the gun-rights movement, firearms policy, and North American Politics.
His academic publications include:
“Guns in the North: Assessing the Impact of Social Identity on Firearms Advocacy in Canada”, published in Politics & Policy (DOI: 10.1111/polp.12412).
"Called to arms: the NRA, the gun culture & women”, published in Critical Policy Studies (DOI: 10.1080/19460171.2019.1697892).