Marianne Bouchard is a junior officer in the Canadian Armed Forces. Her research focusses on security, gender, and peacekeeping. She graduated from Queen’s University in 2020 with a Master’s degree in Political Studies, specialising in international relations and gender studies. She holds two honours degrees from the Royal Military College of Canada in Military and Strategic Studies and French, Literature, and Culture. Marianne is co-chair of the Armed Forces and Society working group of the International Society for Military Science (ISMS), a member of Women in International Security Canada (WIIS-C), and a collaborator on French-language African literature for the French literature monthly Nuit Blanche.
- International Security Organisations
- Gender and Security
- Marianne Bouchard, « La Langue, outil de l’imposture dans la trilogie de Kebir Ammi, » Nouvelles Études Francophones 35:1 (2020): 178-187.
- Marianne Bouchard, “Leading Roles? Canadian Women in 1990s Peacekeeping Missions”, International Society for Military Sciences, Vienna, Austria, 18-20 November 2019.