David P.  Thomas

David P. Thomas is an associate professor in the Department of Politics and International Relations, Mount Allison University, on unceded territory of the Wolastoqiyik (Maliseet) and Mi’kmaw Peoples. His teaching and research interests focus on the role of Canadian actors abroad and on international political economy.

  • Capitalism and Dispossession

    Corporate Canada at Home and Abroad

    Edited by David P.  Thomas and Veldon Coburn     May 2022

    This edited collection brings together a broad range of case studies to highlight the role of Canadian corporations in producing, deepening, and exacerbating conditions of dispossession both at home and abroad.

  • Bombardier Abroad

    Patterns of Dispossession

    By David P.  Thomas     October 2018

    Centred around a theoretical framework that combines concepts of dispossession, political economy and important interventions from the field of settler colonial studies on the topic of colonial dispossession, Bombardier Abroad is a critical look at the problematic practices of a Canadian corporation and the ways in which the Canadian state is culpable.