Laure Gosselin is beginning a PhD in political science under the supervision of Professor Jean-Frédéric Morin. Her research focuses on the interactions between the environment, international trade and agriculture regimes as well as the complex governance of food security.
Laure holds a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and a Master's degree in International Relations from Sciences Po Bordeaux as well as a Master's degree in Environmental Law, Sustainable Development and Food Security from Université Laval, for which she distinguished herself by being listed on the faculty's honor roll.
Laure has been a research assistant several times for projects in public international law and law of the sea. Since the summer of 2020, Laure has been a teaching assistant for the course POL-1005 International Relations and the Challenges of Globalization.
She is also a member of the Center for Research in Economics of the Environment, Food, Transport and Energy (CREATE) at Laval University.
Thesis Project: Discourses on agriculture in an era of climate change: towards normative convergence?
International relations, international environmental governance, environmental law, international political economy, regime complexes, agriculture, food security.
Teaching Assistant for POL-1005 International Relations and the Challenges of Globalization