CV

Bryan Peeler
Adjunct Professor
Department of Political Studies
University of Manitoba
Bryan.Peeler@umanitoba.ca

EDUCATION

2016 Ph.D. Political Science, University of British Columbia
Comprehensive Examinations: International Relations and Political Theory
Dissertation Title: Expectations of Reciprocity in the Law of Armed Conflict.
Supervisory Committee: Katherina Coleman (Advisor), Michael Byers
2008 M.A. Political Science, University of Manitoba
Thesis: Clausewitz and the Law of Armed Conflict.
1996 M.Phil. Philosophy, King’s College (London)
Thesis: Actions, Reasons, and Causes: The Verstehen/Erklaren Debate.
1994 M.A. Philosophy University of Manitoba
1991 B.A. History, University of Manitoba

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

University of Manitoba, Department of Political Studies, Adjunct Professor, 2017 – Present
University of Manitoba, Department of Political Studies, Instructor, 2010 – Present
University of Manitoba, Department of Philosophy, Instructor, 2003 – 2011
University of Winnipeg, Department of Philosophy, Instructor, 1997 – 1999

PUBLICATIONS

Peeler, Bryan. The Persistence of Reciprocity: Geneva Convention III and the War on Terror. Book proposal and manuscript (thesis) in peer-review at Cambridge University Press

AWARDS

2016 Faculty of Arts Graduate Award, University of British Columbia, $1000
2015 Faculty of Arts Graduate Award, University of British Columbia, $2000
2012 Faculty of Arts Graduate Award, University of British Columbia, $2000
2011 Faculty of Arts Graduate Award, University of British Columbia, $10,000
2010 Faculty of Arts Graduate Award, University of British Columbia, $13,000
2009 Faculty of Arts Graduate Award, University of British Columbia, $10,000
2008 Faculty of Arts Graduate Award, University of British Columbia, $10,000

CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION

Papers Presented

2015 “Insurgent Group Compliance with International Humanitarian Law,” Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, February 18-21

2013 “The Persistence of Reciprocity in the Law of Armed Conflict,” Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, April 3-6

Discussant

2015 “The Future of Wars,” University of Manitoba Political Studies Student’s Conference, January 28-30

WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

2016 NORAD and USNORTHCOM Canadian Academic Symposium

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

University of Manitoba, Department of Political Studies

POLS 1040 Global Political Issues
POLS 1500 Introduction to Politics
POLS 2040 Introduction to International Relations
POLS 3510 Political Doctrines of the 20th Century
POLS 3520 Canadian Foreign and Defence Policy
POLS 3640 Comparative Defence Policy
POLS 3880 Comparative Foreign Policy

University of Manitoba, Extended Education, Department of Politics Studies

POLS 1500 Introduction to Politics
POLS 3520 Canadian Foreign and Defence Policy
POLS 2510 Great Political Thinkers
POLS 3950 Research Methods in the Study of Politics
POLS 2040 Introduction to International Relations

University of Manitoba, Department of Philosophy

PHIL 2840 The Ethics of War and Peace
PHIL 2290 Ethics and Society

Supervision

Examiner: Tanner Robertson, “Canada’s Mining Presence Abroad and the Need for Increased Transparency and Accountability within the Government of Canada,” University of Manitoba, Department of Political Studies, MA research paper June 2017.

Examiner: Diego Chacon, “A UN Military Force: The Future for Peacekeeping Operations,” University of Manitoba, Department of Political Studies, MA research paper, December 2016.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
Canadian Political Science Association (CPSA)
American Political Science Association (APSA)
International Studies Association (ISA)
Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA)

 

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