Andréanne Bissonnette

Andréanne Bissonnette

Andréanne Bissonnette is a graduate student in political science at the University of Quebec in Montreal. She is fellow researcher at the Raoul Dandurand Chair in Strategic and Diplomatic Studies, where she coordinated the Center for United States Studies in 2016-2017.


As part of her research, she works on the intersection between healthcare policies and immigration laws in Texas and Arizona, and their impacts on undocumented migrant women. More broadly, she works on migration and border walls and gender issues. She often gives public conferences on U.S. domestic politics and migration movements, speaks in francophone medias, and writes a monthly column for the Quebec newspaper Journal Métro. Find her on Twitter at @andreanne_ob


November 23, 2020

COVID-19 has upended reproductive care access, particularly for those needing to cross a border.

May 1, 2020

The U.S.-Mexico border is closed and the COVID-19 outbreak is spreading. What will happen to migrants?

March 29, 2020

"Hopping on a plane back home, I would leave behind the surveillance and the border wall, but I couldn’t shake off the people I met."

April 19, 2018

A look at growing feminicides in Ciudad Juárez