Below is a brief overview of my c.v., while the full version is available here: Schertzer_CV_05-2016.
- Assistant Professor (Tenure Track) (2013 – ) | Department of Political Science | UTSC | University of Toronto
- Ph.D. in Government (2012) | London School of Economics | Thesis: Judging the Nation: The Supreme Court of Canada, federalism and managing diversity
- The Judicial Role in a Diverse Federation: Lesson from the Supreme Court of Canada (2016) (University of Toronto Press)
- Nationalism and Conflict Management (London: Routledge) (2012) (editor, with Eric Taylor Woods and Eric Kaufmann)
- ‘Quebec Justices as Quebec Representatives: National minority representation and the Supreme Court of Canada’ Publius: The Journal of Federalism (Accepted & Forthcoming)
- ‘Federal Arbiters as Facilitators: Towards an integrated federal and judicial theory for diverse states’ International Journal of Constitutional Law (Accepted & Forthcoming)
- ‘Intergovernmental Relations in Canada’s Immigration System: From bilateralism towards multilateral collaboration‘ Canadian Journal of Political Science 48(2) (2015)
- ‘Beyond Multinational Canada’ Commonwealth and Comparative Politics 49(2) (2011) (with Eric Taylor Woods)
- ‘Ethno-national Conflict and its Management’ Commonwealth and Comparative Politics 49(2) (2011) (with Eric Taylor Woods and Eric Kaufmann)
- ‘Recognition or Imposition? Federalism, national minorities and Supreme Court of Canada’ Nations and Nationalism 14(1) (2008) [Awarded the Nations and Nationalism Article Prize]
- Review of Lecours, A & Nootens, G. (eds.) Dominant Nationalism, Dominant Ethnicity: Identity, Federalism and Democracy, in Nations and Nationalism 17(2) (2011)
- Here’s what the Supreme Court’s Métis ruling means Ottawa Citizen. April 20, 2016
- Harper risks blowback in attack on premiers Globe and Mail. August 11, 2015.
- The Nadon decision is a victory for federalism Ottawa Citizen. March 21, 2014.