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political science professor , writer

Jennifer M. Welsh, Canadian political science professor, writer. Member of International Institute Strategic Studies.

Background

Welsh, Jennifer M. was born on October 18, 1965 in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Education

Bachelor in Political Science, University Saskatchewan, Sasktoon, Canada, 1987. Master of Philosophy in International Relations, University Oxford, 1989. Doctor of Philosophy in International Relations, University Oxford, 1992.

Career

Management consultant McKinsey and Company, Toronto, Canada, 1994—1997. Associate director, peace and conflict studies programme University Toronto, 1997—1998. Partner Decode, 1997—1999.

Professor international relations University Oxford, since 1999. Trustee Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation, Toronto, since 2006. Member Premier Alberta's Council Economic Strategy, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, since 2009.

Co-director Oxford Institute Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict, Oxford, Oxfordshire, since 2008.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (book) At Home in the World: Canada's Global Vision for the 21st Century. Editor: Humanitarian Intervention and International Relations. Author: Edmund Burke and International Relations, Chips and Pop: Decoding the Nexus Generation.

      Editor: The United Nations Security Council and War.

Membership

Member of International Institute Strategic Studies.

Connections

Daughter of Gerald R and Eleanor Welsh. Married Francis J. Welsh, August 23, 2008. Children: Max Henry, Eleanor Cicely.

father:
Gerald Welsh

spouse:
Francis J. Welsh

child:
Eleanor Cicely Welsh

child:
Max Henry Welsh