Jacob Fortier is a master’s student in the Department of Political Science at the University of Montreal under the supervision of Lee J. M. Seymour. His dissertation project is funded by SSHRC and FRQSC. His research interests include secession conflicts and political violence. He has also worked at the Ministry of Executive Council as an information officer. He previously attended Laval University (distinction) and the University of Mannheim in Germany.
- Secession Conflicts
- Civil Wars
- Political Violence
- Jacob Fortier, ”East Timor: When State Repression Makes Secession Easier (1975–2002),” Conflict Studies Quarterly 35:1 (2021): 18-36.
- Jacob Fortier, “American hegemony in the 21st century: a neo neo-Gramscian perspective,” International Affairs 96:4 (2020): 1120–1122.
- Jacob Fortier, “Book review: Quagmire in Civil War by Jonah Schulhofer-Wohl,” LSE Review of Books (2020).