Aurélie Lacassagne

Aurélie Lacassagne

Associate Professor

Department of Political Science
Arts
A-338, Arts Building Sudbury Campus

Education

  • Doctorat en science politique, Institut d'études Politiques de Bordeaux, France (2008)
  • DEA en études européennes, Université Pierre Mendès France de Grenoble, France (2004)
  • Diplôme de l'Institut d'Études Politiques de Grenoble, France (2001)
  • Licence en Langues Étrangères Appliquées (anglais - russe), Université François Rabelais, Tours, France, (1998)



Research

Research interests:

  • Social theories and international relations theories
  • Francophone immigration in Canada
  • Cultural studies, cultural policies
  • Motherhood
  • Identity politics
  • Franco-Ontarian culture, politics and identity

Awards

  • Teaching

    • International Relations
    • International Relations theories
    • Comparative politics
    • Terrorism
    • Modernization processes in Iran and Turkey
    • Geopolitics of the Post-Soviet Space
    • Immigration
    • Popular Culture and politics
    • International Law

    Publications

    Direction de livres 

    • François Dépelteau, Aurélie Lacassagne (dir.), Le Bélarus, l’état de L’exception, Ste-Foy : Presses de L’université Laval, 2003.
    • Aurélie Lacassagne, Tim Nieguth and François Dépelteau (eds), Investigating Shrek: Power, Identity and Ideology, New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, 2011.


    Chapitres de livres 

    1. Aurélie Lacassagne et François Dépelteau, « Introduction : la loi de la transition et ses exceptions », dans François Dépelteau, Aurélie Lacassagne (dir.), Le Bélarus, l’état de L’exception, Ste-Foy : Presses de L’université Laval, 2003, pp.1-11.
    2. Aurélie Lacassagne, « Les droits de l’homme au Bélarus : vertige de la conditionnalité ou abandon ? », dans François Dépelteau, Aurélie Lacassagne (dir.), Le Bélarus, l’état de L’exception, Ste-Foy : Presses de L’université Laval, 2003, pp.133-176.
    3. Aurélie Lacassagne,  « Où sont les sages-femmes? Le choc culturel d’une femme immigrés en Ontario face aux pratiques de santé concernant la maternité », dans Shawna Geissler et al. (dir.), Mothering Canada : Interdisciplinary Voices / La maternité au Canada : voix interdisciplinaires, Toronto : Demeter Press, 2010, pp.33-41.
    4. Aurélie Lacassagne, « Representing Political Regimes in the Shrek Trilogy », in Aurélie Lacassagne, Tim Nieguth and François Dépelteau (eds), Investigating Shrek : Power, Identity and Ideology, New York : Palgrave-Macmillan, 2011.
    5. Aurélie Lacassagne, Tim Nieguth et François Dépelteau, « Through the Looking Glass: Shrek in perspective », in Aurélie Lacassagne, Tim Nieguth and François Dépelteau (eds), Investigating Shrek: Power, Identity and Ideology, New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, 2011.
    6. Aurélie Lacassagne, « Cultural Policy and Agency in a Cultural Minority Context: Artistic Creation and Cultural Management in Northern Ontario », in Jonathan Paquette (dir.), Cultural Policy, Work and Identity, Burlington: Ashgate, 2012, pp.179-196.
    7. Aurélie Lacassagne, “Moral Panic around the Burqa in France: An Eliasian Perspective”, in J. Hughes et al. (eds.), Moral Panics in the Contemporary World. New York: Bloomsbury, 2013, pp.237-262.
    8. Aurélie Lacassagne, “ The contribution of La Nuit sur l’étang to the construction of a Franco-Ontarian Identity”, in T. Nieguth (ed.), The Politics of Popular Culture, McGill-Queen’s University Press, May 2015, pp.163-178.
    9. Aurélie Lacassagne & Khaled Taktek, “The United States-led intervention in Iraq: A troubling signal for the world”, in Khaled Taktek (ed.), Transactional Analysis as an Effective Conceptual Framework and a Dynamic Strategy for Peace Education: Practices, Trends and Challenges for International Geopolitical Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation, Nova Publishing, 2016. pp.83-102.
    10. Aurélie Lacassagne & Khaled Taktek, “Israel’s attack on Lebanon: is it “Just War theory” or war of aggression?”, in Khaled Taktek (ed.), Transactional Analysis as an Effective Conceptual Framework and a Dynamic Strategy for Peace Education: Practices, Trends and Challenges for International Geopolitical Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation, Nova Publishing, 2016. pp.139-154
    11. Aurélie Lacassagne & Khaled Taktek, “Iran’s Nuclear Programme: A Drastic Shift in the Policy of the United States”, in Khaled Taktek (ed.), Transactional Analysis as an Effective Conceptual Framework and a Dynamic Strategy for Peace Education: Practices, Trends and Challenges for International Geopolitical Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation, Nova Publishing, 2016. pp.155-170.
    12. Aurélie Lacassagne, “Muslim, Immigrant, and Francophone in Ontario: A Triple Minoritization or How to See Mothering as an Integrative Process”, in Aziza Pappano and Dana Olwan (eds.), Muslim Mothering. Global Histories, Theories and Practices, Bradford (ON): Demeter Press, 2016. pp.167-186.


    Articles 

    1. Jonathan Paquette et Aurélie Lacassagne, « Terroir, politique et construction identitaire : le marketing public du vin en Ontario »,  Marketing & Communication, vol.8, no.2, 2008, pp.74-90.
    2. Tim Nieguth, Aurélie Lacassagne, « Contesting the Nation: Reasonable Accommodation in Rural Quebec», Canadian Political Science Review, vol.3, no.1. March 2009, pp.1-16.
    3. Aurélie Lacassagne, « Controlling the Russian Soldiers’ Mothers and Chechen Mothers: The Story of an Hidden War”, Journal of the Association on Mothering, vol.1, no.1, 2010, pp.159-169.
    4. Aurélie Lacassagne, « Le Contact Interculturel Francophone de Sudbury (CIFS) : francophones avant tout! Exemple d’un inter-culturalisme réussi”, Reflets: Revue d’intervention sociale et communautaire, vol.16, no.2, 2010, pp.202-213.
    5. Aurélie Lacassagne, « Le défi de l’immigration francophone à Sudbury : un enjeu national ignoré », in Cahier de la Recherche sur l’Immigration francophone au Canada, publié par Metropolis, mars 2010, pp.26-29.
    6. Aurélie Lacassagne, « Cultures of Anarchy as Figurations: reflections on Wendt, Elias, and the English School », Human Figurations, 1 (2), July 2012. http://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/humfig/11217607.0001.207/--cultures-of-anarchy-as-figurations-reflections-on-wendt?rgn=main;view=fulltext
    7. Tim Nieguth & Aurélie Lacassagne, « Space without scales: established /outsider relations in Hérouxville », Culture and Local Governance, 4 (1), 2012, pp.50-61.
    8. Jonathan Paquette & Aurélie Lacassagne, “Subterranean subalterns: Territorialisation, deterritorialisation, and the aesthetics of mining”, Culture and Organization, vol.19, no.3, 2013, pp.242-260.
    9. Aurélie Lacassagne, “Cultural policy in France’s overseas: permanence of colonial logics and the potential for creole resistance”, International Journal of Cultural Policy, May 2015, online, pp.1-17.
    10. Aurélie Lacassagne, « War and peace in the Harry Potter series », European Journal of Cultural Studies, July 2015, online, pp.1-17.
    11. Aurélie Lacassagne, “Othermothering and Othermothers in the Harry Potter Series”, in Journal of the Mothering Initiative, vol.7, no.1, summer 2016, pp. 111-125.  




    Comptes rendus / critiques de livre


    Aurélie Lacassagne, critique de l’ouvrage de Dario Battistella, Théories des relations internationales, Relations, no.716, mai 2007, p.42.

    Aurélie Lacassagne, critique de l’ouvrage de Ronan Hervouet, Datcha Blues – Existences ordinaires et dictature en Biélorussie, Relations, no.725, Juin 2008, p.40-41.

    Aurélie Lacassagne, Book review of Civilized Violence: Subjectivity, Gender and Popular Cinema, by David Hansen-Miller, in Human Figurations, 2 (1), February 2013.

    Aurélie Lacassagne, review of Prag Khanna “How to run the world? Charting a course to the next Renaissance”, Medievally Speaking, October 25, 2013. http://medievallyspeaking.blogspot.ca/2013/10/khanna-how-run-world-charting-course-to.html



    Publication d’actes de colloques (documents, rapports, résumés, extraits) :                         


    Aurélie Lacassagne, « Quelques réflexions éliasiennes sur les récents changements politiques intervenus en Amérique du Sud », in Marie Bernier et Renée Corbeil (dir.),  Actes de la 14e Journée Sciences et Savoirs, Sudbury : ACFAS-Sudbury, 2008, pp.97-119.

    « The Black Sea-Baltic Sea isthmus: A crucial region for the peaceful future of Europe », in Sociokyltyrnie acpekti razvitiia regionov / Socio-Cultural Aspects of the development of regions, published by the Chelyabinsk Institute of Economics and Law (Russia), 2009, pp.125-128.

    Aurélie Lacassagne, “The Kalinigrad region: A key Actor in the Euro-Russian Relationships”, in L. B. Zoubanova et al. Sociokyltyrnie Aspekti rasvitia regionov / Socio-Cultural Aspects of the Concept of Region, Chelyabinsk: Chelyabinsk Institute of Economics and Law, 2010, pp.133-136.

    Aurélie Lacassagne, “The Caucasus: A Region at a new Crossroads”,  Conference proceedings of Ekonomichestkiie, iouridichestkiie i sotsiokoultournoniie aspektii razvitiia regionov, edited by V.L. Vinitskii, L.B. Zoubanov, et al., University of Chelyabinsk, 2012, pp.249-252.

    Aurélie Lacassagne, « How the United States has transformed Iran into the main regional power», in B. L, Vinitskii et al., Sociokyltyrnie Aspekti rasvitia regionov / Socio-Cultural Aspects of the Concept of Region, Chelyabinsk: Chelyabinsk Institute of Economics and Law, 2013, pp.168-171.

    Aurélie Lacassagne, “Disruptions in the region of Kurdistan”, in B. L, Vinitskii et al., Sociokyltyrnie Aspekti rasvitia regionov / Socio-Cultural Aspects of the Concept of Region, Chelyabinsk: Chelyabinsk Institute of Economics and Law, 2014, pp.209-212.


    Meyer Burstein, Victoria Esses, Aurélie Lacassagne, and John Nadeau.  Rapport de recherche pour Citoyenneté et Immigration Canada: LIP-Municipal Interactions and CIC’s Strategic Interests, 67 pages, 2012.

    Meyer Burstein, et al., Local Immigration Partnerships and the Réseaux en immigration francophone: Strategies for Increasing Alignment and Collaboration and for Developing Performance Measurement Tools. Report prepared for CIC, 112 pages. May 2014. http://p2pcanada.ca/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/2014/08/LIP-RIF-Report.pdf

    Victoria Esses, Leah Hamilton, Zanaida Ravanera, Carlo Lavoie & Aurélie Lacassagne, Design and validation of a survey instrument to assess the attraction, retention, and integration of official language minority immigrants in Canada. Report prepared for CIC, 75 pages, March 2015; under embargo.