Media & Outreach
Opinion Pieces & Blogs
The National Post - On gun control, Liberals opt for wedge politics over actual change, Noah Schwartz, June 3, 2022.
The Conversation - Proposed Canadian gun bill will create U.S.-style patchwork of firearms laws, Noah Schwartz, March 31, 2021.
Gun Culture 2.0 - Women, the NRA, and Gun Culture, Noah Schwartz, May 15, 2020.
The Conversation - Why Canadians and Americans are buying guns during the coronavirus pandemic, Noah Schwartz, April 8, 2020
Toronto Star - The Big Debate: Is the assault weapon buyback a misguided idea? , Noah Schwartz and Minister of Public Safety Bill Blair, January 2020
CPSA Praxis - How to make the most of your field research: lessons from the UK and USA, Louise Cockram and Noah Schwartz, January 2020
Invited Talks & Conferences
Invited Talks -
"Writing an Essay in the Social Sciences and Humanities - Tips & Tricks", Noah Schwartz, February 28, 2020 - Carleton University
"Teaching Roundtable on Experiential Learning", Noah Schwartz, January 23, 2020 - Carleton University
"Inside the NRA - Narrative, Culture & the American Gun Debate", Noah Schwartz, September 24, 2019 - Carleton Department of Political Science Speaker Series.
"Teaching Essay Writing", workshop, Noah Schwartz - Educational Development Centre, Carleton University.
Recent Conferences -
"Tweet Shooting: Understanding the Use of Evidence in Policy Narratives on Twitter". Midwestern Political Science Association Conference. April 9, 2022.
“The Politics of Leisure – the Case of Pro-Gun Advocacy in Canada”. Canadian Political Science Association online conference. Presented June 8, 2021.
Symposium Presentation, “Researching Across Divides – My Fieldwork with the NRA”. Carleton University International Research Mobility Symposium (Online). March 4, 2021.
Conference Talk, “Armed & Chosen: Understanding American Jewish Opinions on Gun Control”. American Academy of Religion Annual Conference (Online). December 3, 2020.
SSHRC Storyteller Entry
Noah's award winning entry into the 2020 SSHRC Storyteller's contest.
Quantitative Research Methods in Political Science - PSCI 2702 - Carleton University (online) - Late summer, 2021.
The Politics of Human Rights - PSCI 3307 - Carleton University (online) - Early summer, 2021.
Power, Liberty & Public Policy - From Ideas to Practice - FYSM1611E - Carleton University (online) - Winter, 2021.
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