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Laurier holds receptions to welcome international students Laurier holds receptions to welcome international students
(Notice - Sep 16)
Laurier professor selected to join Royal Society of Canadaís College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists Laurier professor selected to join Royal Society of Canadaís College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists
(News Release - Sep 16)
ACUNS: Student internship opportunity ACUNS: Student internship opportunity
(News Release - Sep 16)
Laurier's Athletes of the Week: Maxine Murchie and Dillon Campbell Laurier's Athletes of the Week: Maxine Murchie and Dillon Campbell
(News Release - Sep 15)
Laurier research centre offers community research internship program
(Campus Update - Sep 15)
Laurier working with City of Brantford on acquisition of Market Square Laurier working with City of Brantford on acquisition of Market Square
(Campus Update - Sep 12)
IPRM progress update
(Notice - Sep 12)
7 things you need to know about Laurierís new website
(Notice - Sep 11)
Reminder: Presidentís Town Halls Sept. 11 (Waterloo) & Sept. 12 (Brantford) Reminder: Presidentís Town Halls Sept. 11 (Waterloo) & Sept. 12 (Brantford)
(Notice - Sep 10)
Introducing Laurier Music's 2014-15 concert calendar: first event Sept.11 Introducing Laurier Music's 2014-15 concert calendar: first event Sept.11
(Campus Update - Sep 10)
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Timothy Donais, Global Studies The challenge of building peace in the aftermath of war occupies an increasingly prominent place on the international agenda. Tim Donaisí research focuses on the dynamics of post-conflict peacebuilding and specifically on the complex relationship between locals and internationals in peacebuilding environments. His work explores broader issues of authority and legitimacy in the making and implementation of policy in the aftermath of conflict, with a specific focus on contemporary Bosnia, Haiti and Afghanistan.

Timothy Donais
Assistant Professor,
Global Studies