Chair Terry Kading
His teaching specialties include Canadian Politics and Politics of Developing Nations (more specifically Latin America).
His research interests include Trade, Investment, and Development issues in Latin America, as well as CURA-supported research on Small Cites and Social Planning with Dr. Chris Walmsley.
B.A. (Lethbridge), M.A. (Waterloo), Ph.D. (Alberta)
Kading, Terry (forthcoming) "The Corporation" and the Politics of Small City Development: Debates at the Local Level (Kamloops, B.C.) (Textual Studies In Canada: Canada's Journal of Cultural Literacy) Kading, Terry (forthcoming) Drawn Into 9/11, But Where Have All the Superheroes Gone? Philosophy and Comics (ed. J. McLaughlin) (University of Mississippi Press) Kading, Terry (2005) Negotiating the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA): From Liberal Idealism to Realist Power Politics From Philosophy to Politics (ed. D. Carmichael) (Edmonton: University of Alberta Press) Kading, Terry (2003) Canada and the Hemisphere: The Summit of the Americas Process and the Free Trade Area of the Americas Reinventing Canada: Politics of the 21st Century (eds. J. Brodie and L. Trimble) (Toronto: Prentice-Hall) Kading, Terry (1999) The Guatemalan Military and the Economics of La Violencia Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, 24 (47): 57-91
Terry Kading has taught Philosophy, History, and Political Studies at Thompson Rivers University for 7 years.