Dr. Trygve Ugland was educated at University of Oslo and
Queen’s University of Belfast (Ph.D. University of Oslo, 2002). His
research and teaching interests lie in the fields of Comparative
Politics and Comparative Public Policy, with a focus on European and
Scandinavian Politics. His work has appeared, for example, in the
journals Journal of Common Market Studies, Journal of Public Policy
Scandinavian Political Studies.
Dr. Ugland's latest book tells
the story of how Jean Monnet's encounters with Canada and Canadians
between 1907 and 1914 played a vital role, both as inspiration and as
enduring reference point, in his project of uniting Europe.
Ugland, Trygve (2011): Jean
Monnet and Canada: Early Travels and the Idea of European Unity.
Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
You Tube presentation of the book