Lesley Copeland, Adjunct Faculty
Lesley Copeland, PhD completed her graduate degree in Political Science from Carleton University on post-Pearl Harbor intelligence culture. She has worked on a variety of projects with York’s Center for International and Security Studies (YCISS), Carleton University’s Canadian Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies (CCISS), The University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, and the University of Ottawa.
In addition, she has worked for several years as a consultant with Federal, Provincial and Municipal governments in Canada and on issues including foreign policy, e-government and open government, health policy and food safety. Dr. Copeland has published work on the militarization of childhood, and on intelligence and international relations. Her research interests currently include international relations theory, the intersection of communications theory with security studies, terrorism, and intelligence. She has taught courses on the causes of war and modern ideologies for Carleton University and presently teaches Research and Thesis courses for Johns Hopkins.