Received his Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Hawaii, Masters degree from the University of Victoria and Honours from Carleton University. He has taught in Acadia’s Department of Political-Science department for two years specializing in World Politics and Contemporary Political theory. In 2008/09 he has taught course in Theoretical Approaches to International Politics; Pop Culture and World Politics; Applied International Ethics; Politics of New Global Technologies. His research explores the Avian Flu Emergency, Asia-Pacific Politics and the relationship between Aesthetics and Politics. His journal publications have appeared in Theory and Event, Borderlands and Millennium.