CV

Bryan Peeler

Office Address:
527 Fletcher Argue Building
Department of Political Studies
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2
Phone: 204-272-1586
Email: Bryan.Peeler@umanitoba.ca

Education:
2016    Ph.D., Department of Political Science, University of British Columbia
2008    M.A., Department of Political Studies, University of Manitoba
1996    M.Phil., Department of Philosophy, King’s College (London)
1994    M.A., Department of Philosophy, University of Manitoba
1991    B.A., Department of History, University of Manitoba

Professional Experience:
2019 – Present Instructor II, Department of Political Studies, University of Manitoba
2017 – Present Adjunct Professor, Department of Political Studies, University of Manitoba
2010 – Present Research Fellow, Centre for Defence and Security Studies, University of Manitoba
2010 – 2019 Sessional Instructor, Department of Political Studies, University of Manitoba
2003 – 2011 Sessional Instructor, Department of Philosophy, University of Manitoba
1997 – 1999 Sessional Instructor, Department of Philosophy, University of Winnipeg

Books:
Bryan Peeler, The Persistence of Reciprocity in International Humanitarian Law, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019

Funding:
2019 Manitoba Chair of Global Governance Studies Grant, $1500
2019 University of Manitoba, Faculty of Arts Endowment Fund, $900
2018 Manitoba Chair of Global Governance Studies Grant, $1500
University of Manitoba, Dean’s Office Funding (Academic Travel), $500
University of Manitoba, Dean’s Office Funding (Academic Travel), $500
Congress 2018 – Recent Graduate Travel Award, $500
2016 University of British Columbia, Faculty of Arts Graduate Award, $1000
2015 University of British Columbia, Faculty of Arts Graduate Award, $2000
2014 University of British Columbia, Department of Political Science, (Graduate
Student Travel), $1000
2013 University of British Columbia, Doctoral Research Fund, $2500
2012 University of British Columbia, Doctoral Research Fund, $2000
2011 University of British Columbia, Doctoral Research Fund, $10,000
2010 University of British Columbia, Doctoral Research Fund, $13,000
2009 University of British Columbia, Doctoral Research Fund, $10,000
2008 University of British Columbia, Doctoral Research Fund, $10,000

Research in Progress:
“Reciprocity and Prisoner of War Status in the Law of Armed Conflict” (revising for resubmission)
“Reciprocity and the Responsibility to Protect” (in progress)
“Trump, Reciprocity, and the Liberal International Order” (in progress)
“Methodology and the Paradigm Debate” (in progress)

Conference Presentations:
Trump, Reciprocity, and the Liberal International Order,” Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, March 25-28, 2020, Honolulu, HI
“Methodology and the Paradigm Debate,” Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, March 27-30, 2019, Toronto, ON
“Trump, Reciprocity, and the Liberal International Order,” Annual Conference of the International Security Studies Section of ISA and International Security and Arms Control Section of APSA, November 9-11, 2018, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
“Trump, Reciprocity, and the Liberal International Order,” Annual Meeting of the Canadian Political Science Association, May 30-June 1, 2018, University of Regina, Regina SK
“Reciprocity and the Responsibility to Protect,” Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, April 5-8, 2018, Chicago IL
“Insurgent Group Compliance with International Humanitarian Law,” Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, February 18-21, 2015, New Orleans LA
“The Persistence of Reciprocity in the Law of Armed Conflict,” Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, April 3-6, 2013, San Francisco, CA

Conference Participation:
Discussant, “Norms and Soft Power,” Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, March 27-30, 2019, Toronto ON
Moderator, “The State of the State,” Political Studies Students’ Conference, January 24, 2019, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg MB
Moderator, “Climate Change and International Security,” Annual Conference of the International Security Studies Section of ISA and International Security and Arms Control Section of APSA, November 9-11, 2018, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
Discussant, “The Rise of China and International Order in the 21st Century,” Annual Conference of the International Security Studies Section of ISA and International Security and Arms Control Section of APSA, November 9-11, 2018, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
Discussant, “Issues in Sovereignty,” Annual Meeting of the Canadian Political Science Association, May 30-June 1, 2018, University of Regina, Regina SK
Discussant, “The Cost of Conflict,” Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, April 5-8, 2018, Chicago IL
Discussant, “Human Rights and Peacekeeping,” Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, April 5-8, 2018, Chicago IL
Moderator, “Terrorism Around the World,” Political Studies Students’ Conference, January 24-26, 2018, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg MB
Discussant, “The Future of Wars,” Political Studies Students’ Conference, January 28-30, 2015, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg MB

Workshop Attendance:
NORAD and USNORTHCOM Canadian Academic Symposium, March 28-31, 2016, Colorado Springs CO

Graduate Supervision:
Supervisor:
Stephen J. Lunn, University of Manitoba, Master of Human Rights

Examiner:

Bill E. Featherstone, “Civil Military Relations: The Case of Canada and the Cuban Missile Crisis, University of Manitoba M.A. Thesis, 2020

Steve Eve, “Cyber as an Instrument of Foreign Policy,” University of Manitoba M.A. Thesis, 2019
Opeyemi Ogunniran, “The Domain of Cyberspace as the Continuation of Traditional War,” University of Manitoba, M.A. Research Paper, 2019
Capt. Jess Johnson, “At the Pilot’s Discretion: The Evolution of Personnel Fatigue Management in the Royal Canadian Air Force,” University of Manitoba, M.A. Capstone Paper, 2019
Hannah Anderson, “The Pros and Cons of Nuclear Proliferation,” University of Manitoba, M.A. Research Paper, 2018
Olusegun Ofongo, “Defence Strategy: Intelligence and Management of Boko Haram Terrorism in Nigeria,” University of Manitoba, M.A. Thesis, 2018
Tanner Robertson, “Canada’s Mining Presence Abroad and the Need for Increased Transparency and Accountability within the Government of Canada,” University of Manitoba, M.A. Research Paper, 2017
Diego Chacon, “A UN Military Force: The Future for Peacekeeping Operations,” University of Manitoba, MA Research Paper, 2016

Professional Service:
Department
Service and Support Committee 2018-2019
Outreach Committee, 2019-2020

Reviewer:
Journals: International Relations
Books: Cambridge University Press

Research Interests:
International Law: Compliance, Use of force, Humanitarian intervention, International humanitarian law,
International Relations: International relations theory, International order
Political Theory: International ethics, Democratic theory

Teaching Interests:

Undergraduate:
Introduction to World Affairs
International Relations
Military Ethics
Comparative Foreign Policy
Canadian Foreign and Defence Policy

Graduate:
Politics of International Law

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