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David Black

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LESTER B. PEARSON PROFESSOR OF INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, AND PROFESSOR AND CHAIR OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AT DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY IN HALIFAX

David Black is Lester B. Pearson Professor of International Development Studies, and Professor and Chair of Political Science at Dalhousie University in Halifax. His research has included work on Canada’s involvement in Sub-Saharan Africa, Canadian development assistance and the politics of partnership, sport in international development, and disability and global development. His recent publications include: Canada and Africa in the New Millennium: the Politics of Consistent Inconsistency (2015); Rethinking Canadian Aid, 2 nd edition (2016, co-edited with Stephen Brown and Molly den Heyer); and a Special Issue of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics on “South African Foreign Policy: Identity and Directions through Bilateral Attachments” (2016, co-edited with David Hornsby).


Professeur à l’Institut Lester B. Pearson

David Black est professeur à l’Institut Lester B. Pearson et président du Département de Sciences politiques à l’Université d’Halifax. Ses recherches portent sur l’engagement du Canada en Afrique Subsaharienne, l’aide internationale du Canada et les politiques de partenariat dans le domaine du sport, des handicaps et du développement international. Voici quelques-unes de ses publications les plus récentes : Canada and Africa in the New Millennium: the Politics of Consistent Inconsistency (2015); Rethinking Canadian Aid, deuxième edition (2016, co-publié par Stephen Brown et Molly den Heyer); et Special Issue of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics on “South African Foreign Policy: Identity and Directions through Bilateral Attachments” (2016, co-edited with David Hornsby).