I hold a master’s degree in applied geography from the Université d’Avignon et des Pays de Vaucluse (France) and am currently a PhD candidate in regional development at the Université du Québec à Rimouski (Canada). My research interests focus on the geography and territorial governance of natural resources as well as on the trajectories and dynamics of so-called ‘peripheral’ territories, in Quebec and Atlantic Canada, and more generally in the North Atlantic area.
In addition to my own projects, I have been involved in a number of research projects in the past few years.
These projects covered a variety of themes, mainly territorial governance and the policies around natural resource exploitation in Canada (fisheries, forestry, mining, oil, hydroelectricity, wind power), but also the rehabilitation of ecosystems and the management of river plains, as well as environmental assessment processes.
These projects also varied in their methodology and content: thematic and content analyses, literature reviews, press reviews, interviews and focus groups, analysis of formal and legal documents, bibliometrics, lexicometrics, project design, team coaching, etc.
For more information on my research and ongoing projects, you can have a look at my CV (currently in French only).
You can also visit my ResearchGate page, and the News section of this website. Most of my publications are available for download on ResearchGate.