Referendum on Scotland #Independence – University Experts Available to Speak From Quebec/Canada Perspective #Indyref #Voteyes #Voteno

Expert Pitch

On September 18, Scots head to the polls to decide their political future in a referendum. Professors at Université de Montréal are available to answer questions from the media on the subject.

Laurie BeaudonnetProfessor – Department of Political ScienceProfessor Beaudonnet works on political attitudes within the European Union.T. 514 343-6111, ext.

Stéphane BeaulacProfessor - Faculty of LawProfessor Beaulac is on location in

Claire DurandProfessor – Department of SociologyProfessor Durand writes the blog Ah! les sondages, in which she includes analyses of surveys conducted in Scotland about the referendum.T. 514

Jean-François Gaudreault-DesBiensProfessor – Faculty of LawProfessor Gaudreault-DesBiens holds the Canada Research Chair in North American and Comparative Legal IdentitiesT. 514

Frédéric MérandDirector of the Centre d'études et de recherches internationales de l'Université de Montréal (CÉRIUM)T. 514

Richard NadeauProfessor – Department of Political ScienceIn 2012, with colleagues from the University of Edinburgh, Professor Nadeau began a comparative study of Scottish and Quebec opinions regarding the nationalist question.T. 514-343-6111, ext.

Daniel TurpProfessor – Faculty of LawProfessor Turp is on location in Edinburgh until September