Department of Political Science
Dr. Craig Johnson
Education (doctoral degree):
MA in International Relations, University of Westminster
I am a British-born PhD student in Political Science at the University of Guelph and Researcher at the New Centre for Research & Practice. My current area of research focuses on the theoretical implications of climate change, planetary politics and the so-called Anthropocene on politics and International Relations (IR). This inquiry synthesizes different disciplines, namely politics, economics, philosophy, history and environmental science, to explore extinction, mourning and multiplicity in a post-climate change world.
Climate change, environmental politics, continental philosophy, capitalism, colonialism