Lana Wylie
Associate Professor, Political Science

Dr. Wylie’s research focuses on Canadian and American foreign policy, Latin American and Caribbean politics with an emphasis on Cuba, and international relations. Her book, Perceptions of Cuba: Canadian and American Polices in Comparative Perspective ( University of Toronto Press, 2010) compares Canadian and American policies toward Cuba. She has two co-edited volumes on Canadian foreign policy or policy toward Cuba. They are Canadian Foreign Policy in Critical Perspective (with J. Marshall Beier) (Oxford University Press, 2010); Our Place in the Sun: Canada and Cuba in the Castro Era (with Robert Wright) (University of Toronto Press, 2009). She is the recipient of a research fellowship from the Canadian International Council to study the Canadian-Cuban relationship. She was the guest editor of an issue of Canadian Foreign Policy Journal entitled “The Politics of Canada-Cuba Relations: Emerging Possibilities and Diverse Challenges.” Her forthcoming works include Other Diplomacies, Other Ties: Cuba and Canada in the Shadow of the US (forthcoming, University of Toronto Press). This co-edited volume conceptualizes the Cuba-Canada relationship through interactions among non-state actors across cultural, state, linguistic and similar boundaries.
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