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Welch Tyler, PhD Student

Tyler Welch

PhD Student

Graduate Students
Department of Political Science

Area(s) of Interest:

Biography

Tyler is a Ph.D. student majoring in international relations. His research focuses on terrorist recruitment and propaganda. His work studies the propaganda of violent Islamic extremist and white supremacist organizations. 

 

Publications: 

Forthcoming. Welch, T. "Theology, Heroism, Justice, and Fear: An analysis of ISIS propaganda magazines Dabiq and Rumiyah," Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict.  

Welch, T. (2018). "Framed: Media and the Coverage of Race in Canadian Politics by Erin Tolley Vancouver: UBC Press, 2016." Canadian Journal of Political Science, 1–2, pp. 264. 

Teaching: 
 Instructor: POL-317 - Comparative Developing Politics – Fall 2018 
 Course Coordinator: PolSci 4ZZ6 – Authority, Democracy, and Dissent in the Trump Era – Fall 2018

 Teaching Assistant: PolSci 1AB3 – Power and Politics in a Globalizing World – Winter 2018 
 Teaching Assistant: PolSci 1AA3 – Government, Politics, and Power – Fall 2017 
 Teaching Assistant: PolSci 1AB3 – Power and Politics in a Globalizing World – Winter 2017 

Education

  • Ph.D. student in International Relations at McMaster University 
  • M.A. in International Relations from McMaster University 
  • B.Sc. in Politics and International Relations from The London School of Economics and Political Science 

Teaching

Teaching: 
 Instructor: POL-317 - Comparative Developing Politics – Fall 2018 
 Course Coordinator: PolSci 4ZZ6 – Authority, Democracy, and Dissent in the Trump Era – Fall 2018

 Teaching Assistant: PolSci 1AB3 – Power and Politics in a Globalizing World – Winter 2018 
 Teaching Assistant: PolSci 1AA3 – Government, Politics, and Power – Fall 2017 
 Teaching Assistant: PolSci 1AB3 – Power and Politics in a Globalizing World – Winter 2017 

Research

Publications: 


Forthcoming. Welch, T. "Theology, Heroism, Justice, and Fear: An analysis of ISIS propaganda magazines Dabiq and Rumiyah," Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict. 

Welch, T. (2018). "Framed: Media and the Coverage of Race in Canadian Politics by Erin Tolley Vancouver: UBC Press, 2016." Canadian Journal of Political Science, 1–2, pp. 264.