Marie-Eve Desrosiers holds the Research Chair in International Francophonie on political aspirations and movements in Francophone Africa. She is an associate professor at the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA). She specialises in security and governance issues. More specifically, she studies political crises and conflicts, authoritarianism, political mobilization, and the relationship between state and society in the Great Lakes and Francophone Africa. She is also interested in Canadian foreign policy and international aid. Her research has been published in African Affairs, Comparative Politics, Ethnopolitics and the Journal of International and Security Studies, among others.
- State-Society Relations
- African Great Lakes (Rwanda, Burundi, DRC)
- Marie-Eve Desrosiers & Srdjan Vucetic, “Causal Claims and the Study of Ethnic Conflict,” Journal of Global Security Studies 3:4 (2018): 483-497.
- Marie-Eve Desrosiers & Philippe Lagassé, “Canada and the Bureaucratic Politics of State Fragility,” International Journal of Phytoremediation 20:4 (2009): 659-678.
- Marie-Eve Desrosiers & Philippe Lagassé, “Military Frames and Canada’s Conservative Government: From Extending to Transforming Perceptions of Canadian Identity,” Commonwealth and Comparative Politics 54:3 (2016): 288-311.
- Marie-Eve Desrosiers & Gérard Muringa, “Effectiveness under Fragile Conditions?: Sociopolitical Challenges to Aid and Development Cooperation in Burundi,” Conflict, Security and Development 12:5 (2012): 501-536.
- Stephen Baranyi & Marie-Eve Desrosiers, “Development Cooperation in Fragile States: Filling or Perpetuating Gaps?,” Conflict, Security and Development 12:5 (2012): 443-459.