2. department/school: Political Science





THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA


Curriculum Vitae


Date: 12/28/2010 Initials:

1. SURNAME: Cameron FIRST NAME: Maxwell

MIDDLE NAME(S): Allan


2. DEPARTMENT/SCHOOL: Political Science


3. FACULTY: Arts


4. PRESENT RANK: Professor SINCE: Appointed July 1999, Promoted July 2002


5. POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION


University or Institution

Degree

Subject Area

Dates

University 2. department/school: Political Science of California, Berkeley

Ph.D.

^ Political Science

1985-1989

University of California, Berkeley

M.A.

Political Science

1984-1985

University of British Columbia

B.A.

^ Political Science

1980-1984


Title of Dissertation and Name of Supervisor


Cycles of Class Conflict and Regime Change: Peru, 1956-1986. David 2. department/school: Political Science Collier


Special Professional Qualifications


6. EMPLOYMENT RECORD


(a) Prior to coming to UBC


University, Company or Organization
^ Rank or Title
Dates

Carleton University

Associate Professor

1995-1999

Carleton University

Assistant Professor

1989-1995



(b) At UBC


^ Rank or Title

Dates

Associate Professor

July 1999

Professor

July 2002


(c) Date of granting of tenure 2. department/school: Political Science at Carleton University: July 1994

Date of granting of tenure at U.B.C.: July 1999


^ 7. LEAVES OF ABSENCE


University, Company or Organization

at which Leave was taken

^ Type of Leave

Dates

Carleton University

Sabbatical (first half)

01-05/96

University of Notre Dame

Research 2. department/school: Political Science Achievement

06-12/96

DESCO, Peru

Sabbatical (second half)

01-06/97

University of British Columbia

Parental

01-03/02

Yale University

Unpaid

09-12/05

Universidad del Pacifico, Peru

Sabbatical

01-06/06



8. TEACHING


(a) Areas of special interest and accomplishments

Comparative politics – Theory

Comparative politics – Latin America

International political economy

International trade negotiations

Teaching methods: Case studies, simulations, and 2. department/school: Political Science role-playing.


(b) Courses Taught at UBC


Session

Course

Scheduled

Class

Hours Taught




Number

Hours

Size

Lectures

Tutorials

Labs

Other

1999-00

Poli 511

3

14

39










1999-00

Poli 464B

2

16

24










1999-00

Poli 366

3

63

39










1999-00

Poli 328A

3

50

39










2000-01

Poli 511

3

9

39










2000-01

Poli 464B

2

19

24










2000-01

Poli 366

3

76

39










2000-01

Poli 332

3

71

39










2001-02

Poli 511

3

10

39










2001-02

Poli 332

3

65

39










2002-03

Poli 511

3

16

39










2002-03

Poli 332

3

65

39










2002-03

Poli 464B

3

18

39










2003-04

Poli 511

3

11

39










2003-04

Poli 423B

3

18

39










2004-05

Poli 511

3

9

39










2004-05

Poli 332

3

65

39










2005-06

INST

2

18

24










2006-07

Poli 332

2.5

22

30










2006-07

Poli 511

3

15

30










2007-08

Poli 511

3

7

42










2007-08

Poli 423D

3

15

36










2008-09

Poli 2. department/school: Political Science 511

3

10

39










2008-09

Poli 423B

3

18

39










2008-09

Poli 332

3

67

39










2009-10

Poli 511

3

18

39










2009-10

Poli 332

3

27

45










2009-10

Poli 332

3

68

39










2009-10

Poli 423B

3

18

39










2010-11

Poli 332

3

69

39










2010-11

Poli 511

3

8

39










2010-11

Poli 328B

3

65

39










2010-11

Poli 423B

3

18

39












(c) Graduate Students Supervised



^ Student Name

Program Type

Year




Principal










Start

Finish

Supervisor

Co-Supervisor(s)

Jonathan Quong

M.A.

2000

2000

Cameron

Arneil

Flavie Major

M.A.

2000

2000

Cameron

Job

Mark Manger

Ph.D.

2002

2005

Cameron

Tiberghien, Zacher

Jennifer Wood

M.A.

2001

2003

Cameron

Tiberghien

Pablo Policzer

Killam PostDoc

2001

2003

Cameron

Job

Tulia 2. department/school: Political Science Faletti

Killam PostDoc

2002

2003

Cameron

Job

Ross Burnside

M.A.

2001

2002

Cameron

Resnick

Peter Larose

M.A.

2002

2004

Cameron

Job

Catherine Hirbour

M.A.

2002

2003

Cameron

Wood

Andres Mejia

Killam PostDoc

2004

2006

Cameron

Job

Ana-Maria Blanaru

M.A.

2004

2005

Cameron

Sundstrom

^ Mugdha Yeolekar

M.A.

2002

2005

Cameron

Janara

Jennifer Taynen

M.A.

2006

2007

Cameron

Cheek

Kate McElroy

M.A.

2008

2008

Cameron

Sundstrom

Peter Fergusson

Ph.D.

2002

2009

Cameron

Carty, Sundstrom

Lesley Burns

Ph.D 2. department/school: Political Science.

2003

2009

Cameron

Warren, Sharman

Netina Tan

Ph.D.

2004

2010

Cameron

Tiberghien Nyblade

Hyunji Lee

Ph.D.

2004

In progress

Cameron

O’Mahony, Quirk

Santiago Anria

M.A. (SFU)

2008

2009

Hershberg

Cameron

Agustin Goenaga

M.A.

2008

2009

Warren

Cameron

Jan Boesten

M.A.

2008

2009

Warren

Cameron

Jaimie Boyd

M.A.

2009

2010

Cameron

Resnick

Agustin Goenaga

PhD

2009

In progress

Cameron

Warren

Jan Boesten

PhD 2. department/school: Political Science

2009

In progress

Cameron

Warren

Sandra Salt

PhD

2008

In progress

Cameron



Jason Tockman

PhD

2008

In progress

Cameron






27 M.A. students supervised, 19 advised, and 13 undergraduate honour’s theses supervised at Carleton University (1989-1999).


(d) Continuing Education Activities

“A Diplomatic Theatre of the Absurd: Canada, the OAS and 2. department/school: Political Science the Coup in Honduras,” Continuing Studies, UBC, Robson Square, April 22, 2010 (with Jason Tockman).


“From Hemispheric Community to Polarization in the Americas,” Continuing Studies, UBC, Robson Square, March 15, 2007


“Latin America’s Left 2. department/school: Political Science Turn,” Continuing Studies, UBC, September 13, 2006.


“The 7 Lives of Hugo Chavez,” Arts Wednesdays Lecture Series, Robson Square, November 20, 2004.


“Democracy in Latin America.” West Vancouver Secondary School, Global Education Program, January 19, 2004.


“Venezuela,” Perspectives on World Events & Politics 2. department/school: Political Science, Continuing Studies, UBC at Robson Square, October 15, 2003.

“Promoting Democracy in the Americas: The OAS and the FTAA,” Perspectives on World

Events & Politics, Continuing Studies, UBC at Robson Square, March 26, 2003.


“Drugs, Guerrillas and 2. department/school: Political Science Colombia’s Threatened Democracy,” in The World In Transition series, Continuing Studies, Vancouver Public Library, November 21, 2001.


“Re-election of a Dictator: Fujimori in Peru,” in The World In Transition series 2. department/school: Political Science, Continuing

Studies, Vancouver Public Library, March 23, 2000.


(e) Visiting Lecturer (indicate university/organization and dates)


Canadian Bicentennial Visiting Professor, Yale Center for International and Area Studies, Fall 2005

Visiting Professor, Centre for International Studies, El Colegio 2. department/school: Political Science de México, Summer 1994

Visiting Professor, Department of Political Science, University of British Columbia, Summer 1993

Visiting Fellow, Kellogg Institute for International Studies, University of Notre Dame, August-December 1996.

Post-Doctoral Fellow, Center 2. department/school: Political Science for U.S.-Mexican Studies, University of California at San Diego, January-July 1991.


(f) Other


Instructor in mini-course on “Theories and Tactics of Negotiation,” Quito, Ecuador, 16-20 November 1998, and La Paz 2. department/school: Political Science, Bolivia, 18-22 October 1999. SPEAL program run by CIEPLAN, Chile.


“International Trade Negotiations: NAFTA and Beyond.” Yale Center for International and Area Studies. Fall 2005.

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