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Department ofPolitical Science

Peter Hurtubise

Peter Hurtubise

Adjunct Lecturer

Education: Ph.D. Oxford University, 2020; M.S. Oxford University, 2013; B.A. University of California, Berkeley, 2012; B.S. University of California, Berkeley, 2012

Peter Hurtubise teaches Political Science Research. He completed his doctorate at Oxford University. His current research focuses on international education. Before attending Oxford, Peter graduated from U.C. Berkeley, studying Peace and Conflict Studies and then Business Administration at Berkeley’s Haas School of Business.

Areas of Research: Political Science Research; Quantitative Social Research Methods; Educational Research; Mixed Methods Research.




Hurtubise, P. (2021) ‘Teachers’ Perception of Cyberbullying: a Comparative Multilevel Modeling Approach’ Cambridge Educational Research e-Journal, 8.

Hurtubise, P. (2020) ‘Teachers’ Perceptions of Bullying in Schools: a Comparative Mixed Methods Study in England and the United States’ The Oxford University Research Archive.

Hurtubise, P. (2013) ‘The Knowledge of Power and the Power of Knowledge — A Review of Understanding Education: A Sociological Perspective’ Human Welfare Journal, 2.1.

Curriculum vitae
Curriculum vitae