Jonathan Malloy, Carleton University

Associate Professor Political Science Ottawa, Ontario jonathan_malloy@carleton.ca Office: (613) 520-2600 ext. 1189

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Bio/Research

Jonathan Malloy is chair of the Department of Political Science at Carleton University, and is also cross-appointed to the School of Public Policy and Administration. His teaching and research interests focus on Canadian political institutions and religion and politics.

His research on P...


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Bio/Research

Jonathan Malloy is chair of the Department of Political Science at Carleton University, and is also cross-appointed to the School of Public Policy and Administration. His teaching and research interests focus on Canadian political institutions and religion and politics.

His research on Parliament has focused particularly on parliamentary committees, including work for the Gomery Commission, and since 2009 he has served as president of the Canadian Study of Parliament Group. More recent work has also focused on prime ministers, with several recent articles and book chapters including “Not Necessarily Leadership, But Leadership if Necessary: Canadian Prime Ministers and the Management of Expectations” (forthcoming fall 2012). His book Colliding Worlds: The Inherent Ambiguity of Government Agencies for Aboriginal and Women's Policy was awarded the 2003 Levine prize for the best book published in public policy and administration. He writes and comments regularly in the media on parliamentary and other political issues.

His research on religion and politics focuses particularly on the politics of evangelical Christians in Canada, with work including “Between America and Europe: Religion, Politics and Evangelicals in Canada” (Politics, Religion and Ideology 12:3 (2011)). He also writes regularly in the popular press on topics of Christianity and politics, including occasional contributions to the Literary Review of Canada.

He joined Carleton University in 2000 after receiving his Ph.D from the University of Toronto, following earlier degrees from the University of Waterloo and Queen's University. He was formerly an Ontario Legislative Intern and policy analyst for the Ontario government. He is a native of Elmira, Ontario.



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