Judith Garber, University of Alberta

Associate Professor Political Science Edmonton, Alberta judith.garber@ualberta.ca Office: (780) 492-5859

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Judy Garber is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta, where she teaches, writes, and does public speaking about cities, law, and U.S. politics. She has been Executive Director of the Centre for Constitutional Studies. In her research, she is interested in public sp...

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Bio/Research

Judy Garber is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta, where she teaches, writes, and does public speaking about cities, law, and U.S. politics. She has been Executive Director of the Centre for Constitutional Studies. In her research, she is interested in public space in cities in Canada and the U.S. – its political qualities, how it is defined, and how it is shaped by gender and sex. She is currently writing, too, on the constitutional influences on the use and regulation of private property and on the ways in which US cities have been implicated in the “war on terrorism.” She has co-edited the book Gender and Urban Politics and has published articles and chapters on a variety of topics in scholarly journals and edited books. She is Local Organizer for the 2012 Canadian Political Science Association Annual Meeting at the University of Alberta. Judy has also served on the boards of local non-profit organizations concerned with housing and family services.

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