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Dr Edmund Abaka

1998 (July)

  • (Supervisor: Paul Lovejoy) Kola Nut Production in Ghana (Gold Coast and Asante) 1865-1920
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor, Department of History and Director of Africana Studies Program, Associate Master, Mahoney Residential College, University of Miami

Dr Mark Abraham

2014 (May)

  • (Supervisor: Marc Stein) You Are Your Own Alternative: Performance, Pleasure, and the American Counterculture, 1965-1975

Dr Kiyoaki Adachi

1991 (May)

  • (Supervisor: H. V. Nelles) The National Policy in the World Economy: Studies in Canada’s Foreign Trade, 1877-1890
  • Current Employment: Faculty Member, Yokkaichi University, Japan

Dr Philip Atsu Afeadie

1996 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Sydney Kanya-Forstner) The Hidden Hand of Overrule: Political Agents and the Establishment of British Colonial Rule in Northern Nigeria, 1886-1914
  • Current Employment: Member, Department of History, Ryerson University

Dr. Kristine Alexander

2010 (November)

  •  (Supervisor: Bettina Bradbury) The Girl Guide Movement, Imperialism and Internationalism in Interwar England, Canada and India
  • Current Employment:

Dr Dimitry Anastakis

2001 (November)

  • (Supervisor: Christopher Armstrong) Auto Pact: Business and Diplomacy in the Creation of a Borderless North American Auto Industry, 1945-1971
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor, Department of History, Trent University

Dr Alvyn James Austin

1996 (March)

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook) Pilgrims and Strangers: The China Inland Mission in Britain, Canada, the United States and China 1865-1900
  • Current Employment: Member, Department of History, Brock University

Dr Paul D. Axelrod

1979 (November)

  • (Supervisor: M Katz) The Economy, Government and the Universities of Ontario: 1945-1973
  • Current Employment: Professor, Faculty of Education, York University

Dr Dan A. Azoulay

1991 (February)

  • (Supervisor: Peter Oliver) Keeping the Dream Alive: The Cooperative Commonwealth Federation/New Democratic Party of Ontario, 1951-1963
  • Current Employment: Faculty Member, Department of History, McMaster University

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Dr Rainer K. Baehre

1985 (October)

  • (Supervisor: Peter Oliver) The Ill-Regulated Mind: A Study in the Making of Psychiatry in Ontario, 1830-1921
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor and Historical Studies program Chair, Sir Wilfred Grenfell College, Memorial University of Newfoundland

Dr Douglas O. Baldwin

1973 (April)

  • (Supervisor: Jack T. Saywell) Political and Social Behaviour in Ontario, 1879-1891 A Quantitative Approach

Dr. Alban Bargain

2012 ( November)

  • (Supervisor: William Irvine), The French and German Socialists in Hostile Environments, 1920-1933/40

Dr. Katherine Bausch

2014 (November)

  • (Supervisor: Mark Stein), He Thinks He's Down: White Appropriation of Black Masculinities in the Civil Rights Era, 1945-1979

Dr Sylvie Beaudreau

1992 (April)

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook) Quebec and the Problem of French Canadian Emigration to the United States, 1840-1896
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor, Department of History, State University of New York (Plattsburg)

Dr. Rebecca Beausaert

2013 (April)

  • (Supervisor: Bettina Bradbury) Benevolence, Bicycles and Qulting Bees: Leisure, Class and Gender in Small-Town Ontario, 1870-1914

Dr Michael D. Behiels

1978 (May)

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook) Prelude to Quebec’s ‘Quiet Revolution’: The Re-Emergence of Liberalism and the Rise of Neo-Nationalism, 1940-1960
  • Current Employment: Professor, Department of History, University of Ottawa

Dr Carl Eric Benn

1995 (August)

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook) The Iroquois in the War of 18 12
  • Current Employment: Chief Curator of the City of Toronto Museums and Heritage Services, City of Toronto

Dr. Matthew Bera

2009 (November)

  •  (Supervisor: Irmgard Steinisch) Managers and Entrepreneurs: Chief Business Managers in the Organisations of the Machine Building and Iron Steel Industries in Weimer and Nazi Germany

Dr John Patrick Bingham

1997 (May)

  • (Supervisor: Michael H. Kater) Weimar Cities: Assimilating Urban Modernity in the Weimar Republic, 19 19-1933
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor, Department of History, Dalhousie History

Dr Franklin Bialystok

1997 (April)

  • (Supervisor: Irving Abella) Delayed Impact: The Holocaust and the Canadian Jewish Community 1945-1985
  • Current Employment: Chair of the Community Relations Committee (CRC) for Canadian Jewish Congress Ontario Region

Dr Raymond B. Blake

1991 (March)

  • (Supervisor: Jack L. Granatstein) The Making of a Province; Newfoundland’s Integration into Canada, 1948-1957
  • Current Employment: Professor, Department of History, University of Regina

Dr Bela Bodo

1998 (February)

  • (Supervisor: Michael Kater) The Function of Selection in Nazi Policy Towards University Students, 1933-1945

Dr Daphne Bonar

2006

  • (Supervisor: Nicholas Rogers) Local Conflict, Local Ties: Society and the State in Seventeeth-Century Auvergne

Dr José Antonio Brandao

1994 (September)

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook) ‘Your fyre shall burn no more’: Iroquois Policy Towards New France and her Native Allies to 1701.
  • Current Employment : Associate Professor and Associate Chair, Department of History, Western Michigan University

Dr Gail Cuthbert Brandt

1976

  • (Supervisors: Ramsay Cook and Michael Katz) ‘J’y suis, j’y reste’ : the French Canadians of Sudbury, 1883-1913
  • Current Employment: Professor, Department of History, Renison College, Associate V-P International at the University of Waterloo

Dr Robert Matthew Bray

1977 (January)

  • (Supervisor Ramsay Cook) The Canadian Patriotic Response to the Great War
  • Current Employment: Professor, Department of History, Laurentian University

Dr Patrick H. Brennan

1989 (January)

  • (Supervisor: Jack L. Granatstein) “A Responsible, Civilized Relationship:” Reporting the Nation’s Business, 1937-1957
  • Current Employment : Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Calgary

Dr Jean-François Brière

1980 (January)

  • (Supervisor: John F. Bosher) L’armement français pour Ia pêche à Terre-Neuve au XVIIIe siècle
  • Current Employment : Professor Emeritus of French Studies at the University of New York at Albany

Dr Tarah Brookfield

2009 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Kate McPherson) Our Deepest Concern is for the Safety of our Children and Their Children: Maternal Solutions to Cold War Fears in Canada and Abroad, 1950-1980
  • Current Employment : Tenure-track position at Wilfrid Laurier University (Brantford Campus- Department of Contemporary Studies

Dr Ruth Compton Brouwer

1987 (March)

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook) Canadian Women and the Foreign Missionary Movement: A Case Study of Presbyterian Women’s Involvement at the Home Base and in Central India, 1876-1914
  • Current Employment: Professor, Department of History, King’s University College, University of Western Ontario

Dr. Benjamin Bryce

2013 (January)

  • (Supervisor: Roberto Perin) Making Ethnic Space: Education, Religion and the German Language in Argentina and Canada, 1880-1930

Dr Daniel Bullard

2012 (June)

  •  (Supervisor: Irmgard Steinisch) "Vergiss nicht unsere Kolonien!"German Colonial Memory from 1919 to 1943

Dr Jodi Burkett

2009 (July)

  •   (Supervisor: Stephen Brooke) Radicalism, Race and National Identity in Britain, 1958-72

Dr Kristin Burnett

2006 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Katherine McPherson) The Healing Work and Nursing Care of Aboriginal Women, Female Medical Missionaries, Nursing Sisters, Public Health Nurses, and Female Attendants in Southern Alberta First Nations Communities, 1880-1930
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor, Department of History, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay

Dr Heiderose Brandt Butscher

2001 (December)

  • (Supervisor: Martin Fichman) Lorenz Oken and Nineteenth-Century German Romantic Science. Transformation from “Naturphilosoph” to Professional Scientist through the Institutionalization of Science
  • Current Employment: Part-time faculty with Humanities Division, Arts, York University

Dr Penny E. Bryden

1994 (March)

  • (Supervisor: Jack L. Granatstein) Liberal Politics and Social Policy in the Pearson Era, 1957-1968
  • Current Employment: Professor, Department of History, University of Victoria

 

Dr Thorald Burnham

2006 (August)

  • (Supervisor: David Trotman) Immigration and Marriage in the Making of Post-Independence Haiti

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Dr José Cairus

2012

  •  (Supervisor: Anne Rubenstein) The Gracie Clan and the Making of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu: National Identity, Culture and Performance, 1905-2003

Dr Christine Campbell

1988

  • (Supervisor: Timothy J. Le Goff) Chanlon-sur-Saône in the Nineteenth-Century: A Demographic Study
  • Current Employment: Financial Advisor, TD Bank

Dr Mariana Candido

2006 (July)

  • (Supervisor : Paul Lovejoy), Enslaving Frontiers: Slavery, Trade, and Identity in Benguela, 1780-1850
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor, Department of History, Princeton University

Dr. Valentina Capurri

2010 (June)

  •  (Supervisor: Patricia Wood), Canadian Public Discourse around Issues of Inadmissibility for Potential Immigrants with Diseases and Disabilities,1902-2002

Dr Marcel Caya

1981 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Paul Stevens), La formation du parti libéral au Québec, 1867-1887
  • Current Employment : Professeur, département d’histoire, Université du Québec à Montréal

Dr. Jack Cecillon

2007 (December)

  • (Supervisor: Yves Frenette), Language, Schools and Religious Conflict in the Windsor Border Region: A Case
  • Study of Francophone Resistance to the Ontario Government's Imposition of Regulation XVll, 1910-1928

Dr Anthony B. Chan

1979 (October)

  • (Supervisor: Jerome Ch’en), Chinese Warlords and the Western Armaments Trade, 1920-1928

Dr Lisa Chilton

2002 (November)

  • (Supervisor: Kate McPherson), Emigration of English Single Women to Canada and Australia, 1862-1930
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Prince Edward Island

Dr. Jim Clifford

2011 (January)

  • (Supervisor: Stephen Brooke) A Wetland Suburb on the Edge of London: A Social and Environmental History of West Ham and the River Lea, 1865-1914
  • Current Employment: Tenure-track positon in the Department of History, University of Saskatchewan

Dr Colin M. Coates

1992 (May)

  • (Supervisor: Fernand Ouellet) The Boundaries of Rural Society in Early Quebec: Batiscan and Sainte-Anne de Ia Perade to 1825
  • Current Employment: Canada Research Chair in Canadian Landscape, Associate Professor, Canadian Studies program, Glendon College, York University

Dr John Humphrey Colhoun

1976 (March)

  • (Supervisor: Gabriel Kolko), The Frustration of Power: United States Military Policy, 1945-60

Dr. Patrick Joseph Connor

2012 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Douglas Hay), "The Purest of Gifts:" Royal Clemency, Patronage, and the Politics of Identity in Upper Canada, 1791-1841

Dr David Grosvenor Coombs

1978 (April)

  • (Supervisor: Jack T. Saywell), The Emergence of a White Collar Workforce in Toronto 1895-1911

Dr Barbara Jane Cooper

1989 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Susan Houston) “That We May Attain to the End We Propose To Ourselves...:” The North American Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 1932-1961

Dr. Raphael Costa

2014 (September)

  • (Supervisor: Adrian Shubert) Making the New Lourinha a European Lourinha: Democracy, Civic Engagement, and the Urban Development of Lourinha, Portugal, since 1966

Dr Mark Cox

1990 (April)

  • (Supervisor: H. V. Nelles) The Transformation of Regulation: Private Property and The Problem of Government Control in Canada, 19 19-1939
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Dr Paul Morgan Couture

1981 (July)

  • (Supervisor: Jack L. Granatstein) The Politics of Diplomacy: The Crisis of Canada-France Relations, 1940-1942

Dr. Tom Crawshaw

2013 (March)

  • (Supervisor: Ian Gentles) Military Finance and the Earl of Essex's Regular Army: 1642-1644

Dr Ken Cruikshank

1988 (October)

  • (Supervisor: H. V. Nelles) The Limits of Regulation: Railway Freight Rate Regulation and the Board of Railway Commissioners, 185 1-1933
  • Current Employment: Chair and Associate Professor, Department of History, McMaster University

Dr. James Cullingham

2014 (February)

  • (Supervised by Carolyn Podruchny and Anne Rubenstein) "Scars of Empire: A Juxtaposition of Duncan Campbell Scott and Jacques Soustelle"

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Dr Luigi D’Alonzo

2000 (December)

  • (Supervisor: William Irvine), The Strange Death of Liberal Italy: A Study in the Politics of Modernization (1919-1925)
  • Current Employment: Manager, Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities

Dr Ann Davis

1973 (November)

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook) An Apprehended Vision: The Philosophy of the Group of Seven

Dr. Valerie Deacon

2011 (February)

  • (Supervisor: William Irvine) The 'Other' Resistance: The Extreme-Right in France During the Second World War

Dr. Dagomar Degroot

2014 (May)

  • (Supervisor: Richard Hoffmann) The Frigid Golden Age: Experiencing Climate Change in the Dutch Republic, 1560-1720
  • Current Employment:  Tenure-track position in Environmental History in the Department of History at Georgetown University in Washington, DC.

Dr. Maurice Demers

2010 (March)

  • (Supervisor: Roberto Perin) Pan-Americanism Re-invented in Uncle Sam's Backyard: Catholic and Latin Identity in French Canada and Mexico in the First- Half of the 20th Century
  • Current Employment: Tenure track position at the Unviersity of Sherbrooke

Dr. William den Hollander

2012 (August)

  • (Supervisor: Jonathan Edmondson) Hostage to Historian: Josephus, the Emperors, and the City of Rome

Dr Juanita De Barros

1998 (June)

  • (Supervisor: David Trotman) Contested Territories: Public Space in Colonial Georgetown, 1889-1924
  • Current Employment: Assistant professor, Department of History, McMaster University

Dr Linfu Dong

2001 (July)

  • (Supervisor: William Westfall) The Search for God in Ancient China: James Mellon Menzies, China Missionary and Archaeologist

Dr. Bruce Douville

2011

  • (Supervisor: William Westfall) The Uncomfortable Pew: Christianity, The New Left, and the Hip Counterculture in Toronto, 1965-1975

Dr. Eric Dussault

2011 (January)

  •  (Supervisor: Suzanne Langlois) " Les Mythes e la réalité de «l' âge d'or de Saint-Germain-des Prés (1945-1960)» de1945 à nos jours"

Dr Patrice Dutil

1987

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook) The Politics of Liberal Progressivism in Quebec : Godfroy Langlois and the Liberal Party, 1889-1914.
  • Current Employment: Director of Research, The Institute of Public Administration of Canada/l’Institut d’administration publique du Canada

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Dr. Evgeny Efremkin

2014 (September)

  • (Supervisor: Roberto Perin) At the Intersection of Nations, Diasporas, and Modernities: North American Finns in the Soviet Union in the 1930s.

Dr. Jason Ellis

2011 (September)

  • (Supervisor: Paul Axelrod) Backward and Brilliant Children: A Social and Policy History of Disability, Childhood, and Education in Toronto's Special Education Classes, 1910 to 1945
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia

Dr. Jennifer Ellison

2010 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Kathryn McPherson) Large as Life: Self-Acceptance and the Fat Body in Canada, 1977-2000
  • Current Employment:

Dr Sarah Elvins

2001 (August)

  • (Supervisor: Marlene Shore) Local Sales and Celebrations: A History of Retailing, Marketing, and Consuming In Western New York State, 1920-1940
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Manitoba

Dr Matthew Evenden

2000 (June)

  • (Supervisor: H. V. Nelles) Fish Vs. Power: Remaking Salmon, Science and Society on the Fraser River, 1900-1960
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia

Dr Geoffrey Ewen

1998 (January)

  • (Supervisor: Irving Abella) The International Unions and The Workers’ Revolt in Quebec, 1914-1925
  • Current Employment: Coordinator of the Canadian Studies program , Glendon College, York University

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Dr Magda Fahrni

2001

  • (Supervisor: Bettina Bradbury) Under Reconstruction: The Family and the Public in Postwar Montréal, 1944-1949
  • Current Employment: Professeure, département d’histoire, Université du Québec à Montréal

Dr Barry Glen Ferguson

1982 (April)

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook) The New Political Economy and Canadian Liberal Democratic Thought : Queen’s University, 1890-1925.
  • Current Employment: Professor, Department of History, Associate Dean of Arts, University of Manitoba

Dr. Gilberto Fernandes

2014 (September)

  • (Supervisor: Roberto Perin) Of Outcasts and Ambassadors: The Making of Portuguese Diaspora in Postwar North America

Dr Ruth A. Frager

1986 (November)

  • (Supervisor: Irving Abella) Uncloaking Vested Interests: Class, Ethnicity, and Gender in the Jewish Labour Movement of Toronto, 1900-1939
  • Current Employment:: Associate Professor, Department of History, McMaster University

R. Douglas Francis

1975

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook) Frank H. Underhill: Canadian Intellectual.
  • Current Employment: Professor, Department of History, University of Calgary

Dr Christopher J. Frank

2003 (February)

  • (Supervisor: Douglas Hay), “Constitutional Law versus Justices’ Justice”: English Trade Unions, Lawyers and the Magistracy, 1842-1862
  • Current Employment :Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Manitoba

Dr Brian J. Fraser

1982 (October)

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook), ‘The Christianization of Our Civilization’: Presbyterian Reformers and the Defence of a Protestant Canada, 1875-1914.
  • Current Employment: Dean of St Andrew’s Hall and Associate Professor of Church History, Vancouver School of Theology

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Dr Robin Ganev

2004 (November)

  • (Supervisor: Jeanette Neeson) Popular Ballads and Rural Identity in Britain, 1700-1830
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Regina.

Xavier Gélinas

2001 (October)

  • (Supervisor : Ramsay Cook) La droite intellectuelle québécoise et la Révolution tranquille, 1956-1966.
  • Current Employment: Curator, Political history, Canadian Museum of Civilization/Conservateur en histoire politique canadienne, Musée canadien des civilisations

Dr Richard Gilmour

June 2004

  • (Supervisor: Marc Egnal) Imagined Bodies and Imagined Selves': Cultural Transgression, 'Unredeemed' Captives and the Development of American Identity in Colonial North America, 1520-1763
  • Current Employment: Independent Researcher

Dr Larry A. Glassford

1985 (September)

  • (Supervisor: Michiel Horn) Canadian Conservatism in Crisis: A Study of the Federal Conservative Party During the R. B. Bennett Years, 1927-1938
  • Current Employment: Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Windsor

Dr. Sarah Glassford

2007 (June)

  • (Supervisor: H. Nelles) Marching As To War: The Canadian Red Cross 1885-1939

Dr Jamie Glazov

1997 (March)

  • (Supervisor Jack L. Granatstein) Canadian Policy Toward Nikita Khrushchev’s Soviet Union
  • Current Employment: Managing Editor of Frontpagemag.com

Dr. Laura Godsoe

2011 (February)

  • (Supervisor: William Irvine) 'Pour la grandeur de la patrie et nous mêmes.' Reading Women's Colonial Work in the Pages of the Women's Press in France, 1870-1914

Dr Christine Grandy

2008 (April)

  • (Supervisor Stephen Brooke) Truly She loves No Other Class, Nationalism and Desire in Popular British Culture, 1914-1939

Dr Janet Jarme Green

1975 (November)

  • (Supervisor: Paul Stevens) Government and Wildlife Preservation, 1885-1922: The Emergence of a Protective Policy
  • Current Employment:

Dr Michele Green

1988 (February)

  • (Supervisor: S. Eisen) Sympathy, Self-Interest, And The Revision of Benthamism: The Development Of John Stuart Mill’s Moral And Social Philosophy, 1826-1840

Dr Allan Greer

1980 (February)

  • (Supervisor: T.J.A. Le Goff) Habitants of the Lower Richelieu: Rural Society in Three Quebec Parishes, 1740-1840.
  • Current Employment: Professor of History at the University of Toronto.

Dr. Aitana Guia-Conca

2011 (October)

  • (Supervisor: Adrian Shubert) Deepening Democracy: The Muslim Struggle for Civil Rights and Belonging in Spain Since 1975

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Dr. Mandy Hadenko

2014 (January)

  • (Supervisor: Myra Rutherdale and the late Gina Feldberg) "Talking About Down There: The Development of a Public Discussion of Cervical Cancer in the Twentieth Century"

Dr. Laila Haidarali

2007 (April)

  • (Supervisor: Molly Ladd-Taylor) The Vampingest Vamp is a Brownskin: Colour, Sex, Beauty and African American Womanhood 1920-1954
  • Current Employment: Tenure track position at the University of Essex, England

Dr. Ibrahim Hamza

2009 (Nov)

  • (Supervisor: Paul Lovejoy) Cargill's Mistakes: A Study of British Colonial Policies in Madaki District, Kano Emirate Northern Nigeria c. 1903-1919

Dr Sheila Hanlon

2009 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Stephen Brooke) The Lady Cyclist: A Gender Analysis of Women's Cycling Culture in 1890s London

Dr Dawn Harris

2009 (June)

  • (Supervisor: David Trotman) Endurance Vile: Bodies, Punishment, and Discipline in Barbados and Jamaica, 1834-1900

Dr Ralph Ripley Heintzman

1977 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook), The Struggle for Life: the French Daily Press of Montreal and the Problem of Economic Growth in the Age of Laurier, 1896-1911
  • Current Employment: Vice President (Public Service Values and Ethics) of the Public Service Human Resources Management Agency of Canada and Head of the Office of Public Service and Values and Ethics

Dr. Jarett Henderson

2010

  •  (Supervisor: Bettina Bradbury) "Uncivil Subjects: Metropolitan Meddling, Conditional Loyalty and Lord Durham's 1838 Administration of Lower Canada"

Dr T. Stephen Henderson

2003 (April)

  • (Supervisor: H. V. Nelles) A Provincial Liberal: Angus L. Macdonald, 1890-1954
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor, Department of History, Acadia University

Dr Elmar J. Henrich

2004

  • (Supervisor: Tom Cohen) Peasants, Militiamen, Bounty Killers And The State: A Social Geography Of Life And Death In the Lucchese Mountains (ca. 1570-1650)
  • Current Employment: Part Time Instructor, University of Maryland Overseas Service in Speyer (Rhein-Pfalz)

Dr Ian Hesketh

2006 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Marlene Shore), Making the Past Speak: The Science of History in Victorian Britain
  • Current Employment: Post-Doctoral Fellowship

Dr Andrew Carl Holman

1994 (December)

  • (Supervisor: Susan Houston) Aspects of Middle-Class Formation in Victorian Ontario Towns: Galt and Goderich, 1850-1891
  • Current Employment: Faculty Member, Department of History, Bridgewater State College, Massachusetts

Dr. Daniel Horner

2010 (December)

  •  (Supervisor: Bettina Bradbury) Taking to the Streets: Crowds, Politics and Identity in Mid-Nineteenth Century Montreal
  • Current Employment: Tenure-track position in the Department of Criminology at Ryerson University

Dr Leslie Howsam

1988 (November)

  • (Supervisor: A Tucker) The Bible Transaction: A Publishing History of the British and Foreign Bible Society, 1804-1864
  • Current Employment: Professor, Department of History, University of Windsor

Dr James P. Hull

1985 (November)

  • (Supervisor: Tom Traves) Science and the Canadian Pulp and Paper Industry, 1903-1933
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor, Department of History at UBC Okanagan

Dr Jennine Hurl-Eamon

2001 (July)

  • (Supervisor: Nick Rogers) Voices of Litigation; Voices of Resistance: Constructions of Gender in the Records of Assault in London, 1680-1720
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor, Department of History, Trent University

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Dr. Franca Iacovetta

1988 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook) Working-Class Immigrants: Southern Italians in Post-War Toronto, 1946-1965.
  • Current Employment: Professor, Department of History, University of Toronto (Scarborough)

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Dr Gregory Allan Johnson

1989 (May)

  • (Supervisor: Jack L. Granatstein) North Pacific Triangle?: The Impact of the Far East on Canada and Its Relations With The United States and Great Britain, 1937-1948
  • Current Employment: Academic Co-Ordinator in the Department of History at
    Athabasca University

Dr Jennifer Jones

1991 (May)

  • (Supervisor: Ian Gentles) The War In the North: The Northern Parliamentarian Army In the English Civil War, 1642-1645
  • Current Employment: Senior Economic Policy Advisor, Government of Ontario

Dr Ibrahim Muhammad Jumare

1995 (November)

  • (Supervisor: Paul Lovejoy) Land Tenure in the Sokoto Sultanate of Nigeria
  • Current Employment: Faculty Member, Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Nigeria

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Dr. Mohamed Kassim

2008 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Paul Lovejoy) The Bravanese Ulama and the Islamic Intellectual Tradition of the Benadir Coast in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries

Dr. Greg Kennedy

2008 (April)

  • (Supervisor: T. LeGoff) French peasants in two worlds: A comparative study of rural experience in seventeenth and eighteenth century Acadia and the Loudunais
  • Current Employment: Tenure-stream Assistant Professor in the Département d'histoire et de géographie at Université de Moncton

Dr Sean Michael Kennedy

1998 (June)

  • (Supervisor William Irvine) Reconciling The Nation Against Democracy: The Croix de Feu, The Parti Social Francais and French Politics, 1927-1945
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor (Department of History) at the University of New Brunswick

Dr Jeff Keshen

1992 (January)

  • (Supervisor: Jack L. Granatstein) The Great War At Home And Abroad: Information Management In Canada Vs. Life In “Flanders’ Field”
  • Current Employment: Professor, Department of History, University of Ottawa

Dr. Sean Kheraj

2007 (December)

  • ( Supervisor: H.V. Nelles) Inventing Nature's Past: An Environmental History of Stanley Park
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor, Department of History, York University

Dr Bruce Kidd

1990 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Christopher Armstrong) Improvers, Feminists, Capitalists and Socialists: Shaping English Canadian Sport in the 1920s and 1930s
  • Current Employment: Professor, Faculty of Physical Education and Health, University of Toronto

Dr Norman James Knowles

1992 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook), Inventing the Loyalists: The Ontario Loyalist Tradition and the Creation of a Usable Past, 1784-1924.
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor of History, St Mary’s University College, Alberta

Dr Femi James Kolapo

1998 (July)

  • (Supervisor: Paul Lovejoy) Military Turbulence, Population Displacement and Commerce on a Slaving Frontier of the Sokoto Caliphate: Nupe c. 1810-1857
  • Current Employment: Faculty Member, Department of History, University of Guelph

Dr. Jeremy Koop

2011 (October)

  • (Supervisor: Irmgard Steinisch) The Political Ramifications of the Two Kingdoms Doctrine in the Nazi Period: A Comparatative Study of the German Christians, the Confessing Church and the Mennonites

Dr. Sophia Koutsoyannis

2010 (December)

  • (Supervisor: Anne Rubenstein) Immoral but Profitable: The Social Cultural History of Cabarets in Mexico City (1920-1965)

Dr Colleen Elizabeth Kriger

1992 (September)

  • (Supervisor Paul Lovejoy) Ironworking in 19th Century Central Africa
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor, University of North Carolina

Dr Rob Kristofferson

2003 (February)

  • (Supervisor: Craig Heron) Craft Capitalism: Craftworkers, Industrialization, and Class Formation in Hamilton, Ontario, 1840-1872
  • Current Employment: Tenure-track position in Canadian History/Contemporary Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University, Brantford Campus.

Dr Mark Kuhlberg

2002 (April)

  • (Supervisor: Jack L. Saywell) “In the Power of the Government”: The Rise and Fall of Newsprint in Ontario, 1894-1932
  • Current Employment: Member, Department of History, Laurentian University

Dr Gerard Simanga Kunene

1992 (May)

  • (Supervisor: Paul Lovejoy) British Colonial Policy in Swaziland, 1920-1960

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Dr Alain Laberge

1987 (October)

  • (Supervisor: T.J.A. Le Goff) Mobilité, établissement et enracinement en milieu rural: le peuplement des seigneuries de la Grande Anse sous le Régime français (1672-1752)
  • Current Employment: Professeur titulaire département d’histoire, Université Laval

Dr Alexis Lachaine

2007 (May)

  • (Supervisor: R. Perin) Black and Blue: French Canadian Writers, Decolonization and Revolutionary Nationalism in Quebec, 1960-1969

Dr. Benjamin Lander

2009 (October)

  • (Supervisor: Stephen Brooke) Mass-Observations and British Society, 1936-1949

Dr. Mathieu Lapointe

2010 (December)

  •  (Supervisor: Roberto Perin) La Comité de Moralité Publique, l'Enquête Caron et les Campagnes de Moralité Publique à Montréal, 1940-1954

Dr David A. Lenarcic

1991 (January)

  • (Supervisor Jack L. Granatstein) Where Angels Fear to Tread: Neutralist and Non-Interventionist Sentiment in Inter-War English Canada
  • Current Employment: Department of National Defence, Ottawa

Dr Frank Leonard

1988 (December)

  • (Supervisor: H. V. Nelles) “A Thousand Blunders”: The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company and Northern British Columbia, 1902-1919
  • Current Employment: Faculty Member, Department of History, Douglas College (New Westminster)

Dr Charles Morden Levi

1998 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Paul Axelrod) Where the Famous People Were? The Origins, Activities and Future Careers of Student Leaders at University College, Toronto, 1854-1973
  • Current Employment: Archivist, Archives of Ontario

Dr Philip Colin Levy

1976 (June)

  • (Supervisor; A. Tucker) A Nobler Humanity: A Study of the Influences of Poverty and Community on the Self-Education of Working Class Men Born in Britain Between 1780 and 1850

Dr Varpu Lindstrom

1986 (November)

  • (Supervisor: Susan Houston) Defiant Sisters; A Social History of the Finnish Immigrant Women in Canada, 1890-1930

Dr. Cynthia Loch-Drake

2013 (February)

  • (Supervisor: Craig Heron) Unpacking 'Alberta Beef': Packinghouses during the Era of National Pattern Bargaining, 1947-1979

Dr Jennifer Lofkrantz

2008 (October)

  • (Supervisor: Paul Lovejoy) Ransoming Policies and Practices in the Western and Central Bilad al-Sudan c 1800-1910

Dr Benjamin David Lowinsky

1984 (March)

  • (Supervisor: Gabriel Kolko) The Enigma of U.S. Policy toward Germany: American Perceptions and Foreign Policy Objectives Regarding Germany Between 1917 and 1924
  • Current Employment:: Assistant Professor, Division of Social Science, York University

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Dr Karen Macfarlane

2008 June)

  • (Supervisor: D. Hay) Minority Justice: Ethnic Minorities and Criminal Justice in London, 1724-1800

Dr Lynn Patricia Elizabeth Mary MacKay

1991 (February)

  • (Supervisor: Nick Rogers) Myths of Power: The Knowing of London Poverty, 1790-1815
  • Current Employment: Coordinator of the Gender and Women's Study Programme at Brandon University

Dr. Pascal Maeder

2007 (August)

  •  (Supervisor: Irmgard Steinisch) Forging a new Heimat: Expellees in Post-War Germany and Canada
  •  Current Employment: Assistant professor at the University of Basel, Switzerland

Dr Thomas Malcomson

2008 (February)

  • (Supervisor: Nick Rogers) Creating Order and 'Disorder' in the British Navy: The North American and West Indies Station 1812-1815

Dr Adrian Mandzy

1998 (July)

  • (Supervisor: Orest Subtelny) Entrepot of the Ukrainian Steppe Frontier: An Urban History of Early Modern Kamianets-Podilsky, Origins to 1672
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor, Department of History, Morehead State University

Dr Lynn Sorrel Marks

1992 (April)

  • (Supervisor: Susan Houston) Ladies, Loafers, Knights and “Lasses”: The Social Dimensions of Religion and Leisure in Late Nineteenth Century Small Town Ontario
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Victoria

Dr Marcel Martel

1994 (October)

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook), Les relations entre le Québec et les francophones de l’Ontario: de la survivance aux ‘dead ducks’, 1937-1969.
  • Current Employment: Professor and Holder of the Avie Bennett Historica Chair in Canadian History, Chair Department of History, York University

Dr Janice Matsumura

1994 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Bob Wakabayashi) “More Than a Momentary Nightmare”: Thought Control and the Yokohama Incident
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor, Department of History, Simon Fraser University

Dr James J. Matthews

1999 (October)

  • (Supervisor: Bernard Luk) The Union Jack on the Upper Yangzi: The Treaty Port of Chongoing, 1891-1943
  • Current Employment: Independent Researcher

Dr. Colin McCullough

2013 (May)

  • (Supervisor: Marlene Shore) We are the Blue Berets': Problematizing Peacekeeping in Postwar Canada

Dr Virginia McKendry

1998 (April)

  • (Supervisor: Nick Rogers) Embodied Politics: The Pictorial Romance of the British Royal Family c. 1760-1860
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor, Communication Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University

Dr Sheryl Stotts McLaren

2001 (November)

  • (Supervisor: Bettina Bradbury), Becoming Indispensable: A Biography of Elizabeth Smith Shortt (1859-1949)
  • Current Employment: Independent Researcher

Dr Erin K. McLaughlin-Jenkins

2001 (August)

  • (Supervisor: Bernard Lightman) Common Knowledge: The Victorian Working Class and the Low Road to Science, 1870-1900
  • Current Employment: Post Doctoral Fellowship, Department of History, University of Victoria

Dr Jane McLeod

1987 (January)

  • (Supervisor John Bosher) A Social Study of Printers and Booksellers in Bordeaux from 1745 to 1810
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor, Department of History, Brock University

Dr. Colin McMahon

2010 (September)

  •  (Supervisor: Stephen Brooke) "Ports of Recall: Memory of the Great Irish Famine in Liverpool and Montreal"

Dr Sheila McManus

2001 (August)

  • (Supervisor: Kate McPherson) ‘The Line which Separates’: Race, Gender , and the Alberta-Montana Borderlands 1862-1892
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Lethbridge

Dr Janice Rae McTavish

1996 (December)

  • (Supervisor Richard Jarrell) The Role of the Headache and its Treatment in American Medical Practice Prior to World War II
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor, Department of Social Sciences, School of Arts and Sciences, Alcorn State University (Mississippi).

Dr Frederick David Millar

1980 (December)

  • (Supervisor Irving Abella) Shapes of Power: The Ontario Labour Relations Board, 1944 to 1950
  • Current Employment: Teaching Faculty, Athabasca University

Dr Fiona Alice Miller

2000 (February)

  • (Supervisor: Gina Feldberg) A Blueprint for Defining Health: Making Medical Genetics in Canada, c. 1935-1975
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor, Department of Health Policy, Mangement and Evaluation, University of Toronto

Dr. Ian Milligan

2011 (October)

  • (Supervisor: Craig Heron) Rebel Youth: Young Workers, New Leftists and Labour in English Canada, 1964-1973
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor of Canadian history at the University of Waterloo

Dr. Susanna Miranda

2010 (June)

  • (Supervsor: Roberto Perin) Not ashamed or Afraid: Portuguese Immigrant Women in Toronto's Cleaning Industry, 1950-1995
  • Current Employment: Senior Information and Privacy Advisor for the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities

Dr Janet Miron

2004 (October)

  • (Supervisor: Marlene Shore) “As in a Menagerie”: The Custodial Institution as Spectacle in the Nineteenth Century
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor, Department of History, Trent University

Dr Behnaz Asl Mirzai

2004 (September)

  • (Supervisor: Paul Lovejoy) Slavery, The Abolition of the Slave Trade, and the Emancipation of Slaves in Persia (1828-1928)
  • Current Employment: Visiting Assistant Professor, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, USA.

Dr Wendy Lynn Mitchinson

1977 (January)

  • (Supervisor: Paul Stevens) Aspects of Reform: Four Women’s Organizations in Nineteenth Century Canada
  • Current Employment: University Research Chair and Professor, Department of History, University of Waterloo

Dr Leila Gay Mitchell-McKee

1982 (December)

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook) Voluntary Youth Organizations in Toronto, 1880-1930
  • Current Employment: Member, Department of History, York University and University of Toronto (Mississauga Campus)

Dr David Mizener

2009 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Craig Heron) Sport and Identity in Rural Southern Ontairo, 1900-1970
  • Current Employment: Teaching at St. Clement's School

Dr Stephen Moore

2009 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Nick Rogers) Losing Minorca: An Event in English Political History

Dr James E. Moran

1998 (February)

  • (Supervisor: Susan Houston) Insanity, The Asylum and Society in Nineteenth-Century Quebec and Ontario
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor (Department of History) at the University of Prince Edward Island

Dr. Ian Mosby

2011 (October)

  • (Supervisor: Kathryn McPherson) Food Will Win the War: The Politics and Culture of Food and Nutrition During the Second World War

Dr Alexandra Mosquin

2003 (September)

  • (Supervisor: Marlene Shore), Advertising Canada Abroad: Canada on Display at International Exhibitions, 1920-1940
  • Current Employment: Architectural History, Parks Canada (Historical Services Branch)

Dr James Muir

2004 (December)

  • (Supervisor: Paul Craven) Civil Law in Colonial Halifax: Merchants and Craftsmen, Creditors and Debtors
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor, Department of History and Classics and the Faculty of Law at University of Alberta

Dr Bruce William Muirhead

1986 (May)

  • (Supervisor: Jack L. Granatstein), Canadian Trade Policy, 1949-57: The Failure of the Anglo-European Option
  • Current Employment: Professor, Department of History, Lakehead University

Dr Ismael Musah-Montana

2007 (June )

  • (Supervisor: Paul Lovejoy) Sudan Tunis: The Black Slave Community of the Regency of Tunis, 1800-1890
  • Current Employment: Professor

Dr Laurence B. Mussio

1994 (December)

  • (Supervisor H. V. Nelles) Altered States: Telecommunications as a Government Responsibility in Canada, 1945-1975
  • Current Employment: Author of several books; senior research and strategic communications consultant to executives in the public and private sectors; lecturer in history and communication, McMaster University, Hamilton.

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Dr Elaine Naylor

1999 (November)

  • (Supervisor: Molly Ladd-Taylor) “It’s Going to Be a Place of Commercial Importance”: Frontier Boosterism in Jefferson County, Washington, 1850-1890
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor, Department of History, Mount Allison University

Dr James Naylor

1988 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Tom Traves) The New Democracy: Class Conflict in Industrial Ontario, 1914-1925
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor and Chair, Department of History, Brandon University

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Dr Olatunji Ojo

2003 (December)

  • (Supervisor: Paul Lovejoy) Warfare, Slavery, and the Transformation of Eastern Yorubaland (South-Western Nigeria), c. 1820-1900
  • Current Employment: Visiting Professor, Department of History, Ohio University

Dr Dean Oliver

1996 (January)

  • (Supervisor: Jack L. Granatstein) When the Battle’s Won: Military Demobilization in Canada, 1939-1946
  • Current Employment: Director, Historical Research and Exhibit Development, Canadian War Museum, Ottawa

Dr Kwabena Opare Akurang-Parry

1998 (December)

  • (Supervisor: Paul Lovejoy) “Missy Queen in Her Palaver Says de Gole Coase Slaves is Free”: The British Abolition of Slavery/Pawnship and Colonial Labor Recruitment in the Gold Coast (Southern Ghana), 1874-ca. 1940
  • Current Employment: Faculty Member, Department of History and Philosophy, Shippensburg University

Dr Ogenga Otunnu

1997 (July)

  • (Supervisor: Sydney Kanya-Forstner) Political Violence in Uganda, 1890-1985
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor of African History, African and Black Diaspora, and Forced Migration at De Paul University

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Dr. Elizabeth Palmer

2012 (December)

  • (Supervisor: Kathryn McPherson) Choices and Compromises: The Abortion Movement in Canada, 1969-1988

Dr Howard D. Palmer

1973 (October)

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook) Nativism and Ethnic Tolerance in Alberta, 1920-1972

Dr Nancy Kay Parker

1998 (March)

  • (Supervisors: Douglas Hay/Susan Houston) Reaching A Verdict: The Changing Structure of Decision-Making in the Canadian Criminal Courts, 1867-1905

Dr. Alia Paroo

2012 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Paul Lovejoy) Aga Khan III and the British Empire: The Ismails in Tanganyika, 1920-1957
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor in African and Islamic History at Texas A&M International University

Dr Jacques R. Pauwels

1976 (September)

  • (Supervisor: Michael H. Kater) Women and University Studies in the Third Reich, 1933-1945
  • Current Employment: Independant historian, author

Dr. Eric Payseur

2013 (February)

  • (Supervisor: Roberto Perin) Making Polish-Canadian Identities: Generation, Gender, Politics and the Rise of the Polish Canadians from 1950's to the 1980's

Dr. Thomas Peace

2011 (September)

  • (Supervisor: Carolyn Podruchny) Two Conquests: Aboriginal Experiences of the Fall of New France and Acadia
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor of Canadian History in the Department of History at Huron University College (Western University)

Dr. Francis Peddie

2012 (August)

  • (Supervisor: Roberto Perin and Anne Rubenstein) Young, Well-Educated and Adaptable People: Chilean Exiles, Identity and Daily Life in Canada, 1973 to Present Day
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor, Graduate School of International Development of Nagoya University, Japan

Dr Steve Penfold

2002 (September)

  • (Supervisor: Craig Heron) The Social Life of Donuts: Commodity and Community in Postwar Canada
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Toronto

Dr. Kato Perdue

2014 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Kate McPherson) Writing Desire: The Love letters of Frieda Fraser and Edith Williams

Dr Robert John Perrins

1996 (October)

  • (Supervisors: D. Lary/Bernard Luk) “Great Connections”: The Creation of a City, Dalian, 1905-1931. China and Japan of the Liaodong Peninsula
  • Current Employment: Faculty Member, Department of History and Classics, Acadia University

Dr Adele Perry

1997

  • (Supervisors: Bettina Bradbury and Craig Heron) Gender, Race, and the Making of Colonial Society: British Columbia, 1858-1871
  • Current Employment: Holder of the Canada’s Research Chair in Western Canadian Social History, Department of History, University of Manitoba

Dr Liza Piper

2005

  • (Supervisor: H. V. Nelles) Harnessing the Wet West: Environment and Industrial Order on the Large Lakes of Subarctic Canada, 1921-1960’
  • Current Employment: tenure-stream Assistant Professor in the Dept. of History and Classics at the University of Alberta

Dr James Michael Pitsula

1979 (May)

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook) The Relief of Poverty in Toronto, 1880-1930
  • Current Employment: Professor, Department of History, University of Regina

Dr Elizabeth Polak

  • (Supervisor: Anne Rubenstein) Conventual Contracts: Power and Property in Oaxaca

Dr. Michael Popylansky

2013 (February)

  • (Supervisor Marcel Martel) Devenir majoritaires: Les destins divergents des neo-nationalismes quebecois et acadien, 1960-1985

Dr Gillian Poulter

1999 (December)

  • (Supervisor: Marlene Shore) Becoming Native in a Foreign Land: Visual Culture, Sport, and Spectacle in the Construction of National Identity in Montreal, 1840-1885
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor, Department of History and Classics, Acadia University

Dr Audrey Pyée

2005 (December)

  • (Supervisor: Yves Frenette) « La terre promise: migration de France vers Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes et Saint-Claude, Manitoba, 1890-1914
  • Current Employment : Part-Time Instructor, York University

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Dr. Kristopher Radford

2013 (October)

  • (Supervised by Douglas Peers) "Exalted Order: Muslim Princes and the British Empire 1874-1906

Dr Ian Walter Radforth

1985 (May)

  • (Supervisor: Irving Abella) Bushworkers and Bosses: A Social History of the Northern Ontario Logging Industry, 1900-1980
  • Current Employment: Professor, Department of History, University of Toronto

Dr Jose Raposo

1989 (June)

  • (Supervisor: John Bosher) Don Gabriel de Silva, A Portuguese-Jewish Banker in Eighteenth Century Bordeaux
  • Current Employment: Independent Researcher

Dr Richard Allan Rajala

1994 (October)

  • (Supervisor Craig Heron) Clear cutting the Pacific Coast: Production, Science and Regulation in the Douglas Fir Forests of Canada and the United States, 1880-1965
  • Current Employment: Faculty Member, Department of History, University of Victoria

Dr Geoffrey Read

2006 (Oct)

  • (Supervisor: William Irvine) From Left to Right: Gender and Politics in Interwar France

Dr. Jason Reid

2011

  • (Supervisor: Molly Ladd-Taylor) A Room of One's Own: The Emergence of Teen Room Culture in America, 1800-1985

Dr Chad Reimer

1995 (August)

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook) The Making of British Columbia History: Historical Writing and Institutions, 1784-1958.
  • Current Employment: Faculty Member, Department of History, University College of the Fraser Valley, Abbotsford, British Columbia

Dr Pierre Claude Reynard

1994 (July)

  • (Supervisor John Bosher) La papeterie ambertoise au XVIIIe siècle: une prospérité fragile et stérile
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Western Ontario

Dr Fabio Fernando Rizi

1999 (December)

  • (Supervisor: William Irvine) Benedetto Croce and Italian Fascism
  • Current Employment: Independent Researcher

Dr Daniel J. Robinson

1996 (December)

  • (Supervisor Jack L. Granatstein) Polling Consumers and Citizens: Opinion Sample Surveys and the Rise of the Canadian Marketing Polity, 1928-1945
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor, Faculty of Information and Media Studies, University of Western Ontario

Dr. Angela Rooke

2014 (September)

  • (Supervisor: Bettina Bradbury) Raising Christian Citizens for the Twentieth Century: Children, Religion and Society in Protestant Ontario

Dr Mark Steven Rosenfeld

1990 (December)

  • (Supervisor: Tom Traves) “She Was a Hard Life”, Work, Family, Community, Politics, and Ideology in the Railway Ward of a Central Ontario Town, 1900-1960
  • Current Employment: Associate Executive Director of the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations, Editor, Academic Matters

Dr Ronald Rudin

1977 (October)

  • (Supervisor: Jack T. Saywell) The Development of Four Quebec Towns, 1840-1914: A Study of Urban and Economic Growth in Quebec
  • Current Employment: Professor, Department of History, Concordia University

Dr. Lisa Rumiel

2009 (August)

  • (Supervisor: Gina Feldberg) Random Murder by Technology: The Role of Scientific and Biomedical Experts in the Anti-Nuclear Movement, 1969-1992

Dr. Jason Russell

2010 (October)

  • (Supervisor: Craig Heron) The Union Local in Post-Second-World War Canada: A Case Study of UAW/CAW Local 27 From 1950-1990
  • Current Empoloyment: Assistant Professor of Labor Studies, Empire State College, Cheektowaga N.Y.

Dr Myra Rutherdale

1996 (May)

  • (Supervisor: William Westfall) Models of Grace and Boundaries of Culture: Women Missionaries on a Northern Frontier, 1860-1940

Dr Robert A Rutherdale

1993 (October)

  • (Supervisor: Jack L. Granatstein), The Home Front: Consensus and Conflict in Lethbridge, Guelph and Trois-Rivieres during the Great War
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor, Department of History, Algoma University

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Dr Mohammed Bashir Salau

2005 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Paul Lovejoy) The Growth of Plantation Economy in Sokoto Caliphate: Fanisau, 1819-1903
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor in the Department of History, University of Mississippi

Dr. Samira Saramo

2014 (September)

  • (Supervisor: Roberto Perin) Life Moving Forward: Soviet Karelia in the Letters & Memoirs of Finnish North Americans

Dr Charles Allen Seager

1981 (October)

  • (Supervisor: Irving Abella) A Proletariat in Wild Rose Country: The Alberta Coal Miners, 1905-1945
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor, Department of History, Simon Fraser University

Dr Michael M. Sheng

1991 (December)

  • (Supervisor: Jerome Ch’en) Maoist Dualism and Chinese Communist Foreign Relations, 1935-1950
  • Current Employment: Professor and Department Head, Department of History, Southwest Missouri State University

Dr Suzanne Le-May Sheffield

1997 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Bernard Lightman) Beyond the Mask of Gender: Three Victorian Scientist-Naturalists
  • Current Employment: Associate Director (Programs) for the Centre for Learning and Teaching, Dalhousie University

Dr Phyllis Senese

1975 (October)

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook) The World, the Flesh and the Devil: The Crusade of Lionel Groulx, 1878-1967.
  • Current Employment: Faculty Member, Department of History, University of Victoria

Dr Myer Siemiatycki

1986 (April)

  • (Supervisor: Irving Abella) Labour Contained: The Defeat of a Rank and File Workers’ Movement in Canada, 1914-1921
  • Current Employment: Professor, Department of Politics and Public Administration, Ryerson University

Dr. Bradley Skopyk

2010 (December)

  • (Supervisor: Richard Hoffmann) Undercurrents of Conquest: The Shifting Terrain of Indigenous Agriculture in Colonial Tlaxcala, Mexico
  •  Current Employment:: Tenure-track position in Latin American History at the State University of New York-Binghamton

Dr. David Smith

2002 (December)

  • (Supervisor: Michiel Horn) Intellectual Activist: Graham Spry, A Biography
  • Current Employment: Member, Durham College

Dr Sean Stilwell

1999

  • (Supervisor: Paul Lovejoy) The Kano Mamluks: Royal Slavery in the Sokoto Caliphate, 1807-1903
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor and Director of African Studies Program, University of Vermont

Dr Robert Louis Stein

1975 (February)

  • (Supervisor: John Bosher) The Nantes Slave Traders, 1793-1815
  • Current Employment: Independent Researcher

Dr Mark Jay Stern

1979 (November)

  • (Supervisor: M Katz) The Demography of Capitalism: Industry, Class, and Fertility in Erie County, New York, 1855-1915

Dr. Shannon Stettner

2011 (November)

  • (Supervisors: Bettina Bradbury and Gina Feldberg) Women and Abortion in English Canada: Public Debates and Political Participation, 1959-70

Dr Sara Ann Stratton

1998 (May)

  • (Supervisor: Molly Ladd-Taylor) An Embattled Idealism: Land Reform, the Alliance for Progress, and the Struggle for Social Justice in American Foreign Policy
  • Current Employment: Campaigns Coordinator, Kairos: Canadian Ecumenical Justice Initiatives

Dr Erik Strikwerda

2007 (October)

  • (Supervisor: Craig Heron), The City and the Depression on the Canadian Prairies; Edmonton, Saskatoon, and Winnipeg, 1929-1935
  • Current Employment: Athabasca University, Edmonton

Dr Todd Stubbs

2007 (July)

  • (Supervisor: Craig Heron), Visions of the Common Good: Britishness, Citizenship, and the Public Sphere in Nineteenth-Century Toronto

Dr Jonathan Sufrin

2009 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Marlene Shore ), The Canadian Apocalypse: Disappointed Nationalists and the End of the Canadian Nation, 1963-1995

Dr Kenneth Michael Sylvester

1997 (April)

  • (Supervisor Fernand Ouellet), Montcalm: the Transformation of Rural Life in a Prairie Community, 1870-1940
  • Current Employment: Assistant Research Scientist at the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, University of Michigan.

Dr Judith Szapor

2001 (September)

  • (Supervisor: Bettina Bradbury) The Possibilities and Impossibilities of this Semi-Century: The Life of Laura Polanyi, 1882-1959
  • Current Employment: Faculty Lecturer, Department of History, McGill University

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Dr. Guillaume Teasdale

2010 (December)

  • (Supervisor: Carolyn Podruchny) The French of Orchard Country: Territory, Landscape and Ethnicity in the Detroit River Region, 1680-1810s

Dr John David Thomas

1991 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook) “A Pure and Popular Character” : Case Studies in the Development of the Methodist ‘Organizational’ Church, 1884-1925.

Dr. Christopher Tiessen

2006

Dr. Joseph Tohill

2012 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Molly Ladd-Taylor) "A Consumer's War": Price Control and Political Consumerism in the United States and Canada During World War II

Dr Henry Manuel Trachtenberg

1984 (April)

  • (Supervisor: Irving Abella) “The Old Clo’ Move”: Anti-Semitism, Politics, and the Jews of Winnipeg, 1882-1921
  • Current Employment: Archives of the Province of Manitoba

Dr Thomas Donald Traves

1976 (March)

  • (Supervisors: Ramsay Cook and Jack T. Saywell) Security and Enterprise: Canadian Manufacturers and the State, 1917-1931
  • Current Employment: President and Vice-Chancellor, Dalhousie University

Dr. Melisa Turkstra

2006

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Dr Molly Ungar

2003 (March)

  • (Supervisor: Ramsay Cook) The Last Ulysseans: Culture and Modernism in Montreal, 1930-1939.
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor, Department of History, University of the Fraser Valley, Abbotsford, British Columbia

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Dr Jonathan Vance

1993 (May)

  • (Supervisor Jack L. Granatstein), Providing for Canadians in Enemy Hands through the 20th Century
  • Current Employment: Professor and Canada Research Chair, Department of History, University of Western Ontario

Dr Stanley Herbert Vittoz

1979 (October)

  • (Supervisor: Gabriel Kolko), The American Industrial Economy and the Political Origins of Federal Labor Policy between the World Wars

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Dr Christopher Robb Waddell

1981 (October)

  • (Supervisor: Jack L. Granatstein), The Wartime Prices and Trade Board: Price Control in Canada in World War II
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor and Associate Director, School of Journalism and Communication, Carleton University

Dr John Henry Wadland

1976 (December)

  • (Supervisor: R. J. Storr), Ernest Thompson Seton: Man in Nature and the Progressive Era, 1880-1915
  • Current Employment: Professor , Department of Canadian Studies, Trent University

Dr Sharon Wall

2003 (February)

  • (Supervisor: Craig Heron), Negotiating Modernity: Nature and Nurture at Ontario Children’s Camps, 1920-1955
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Winnipeg

Dr. Andrew Watson

2014 (May)

  • (Supervisor: Colin Coates) Poor Soils and Rich Folks: Household Economics and Sustainability in Muskoka, 1850-1920

Dr Todd Webb

2006 (Winter)

  • (Supervisor: William Westfall), The Religious Atlantic: British Wesleyanism and the Formation of an Evangelical Culture in Nineteenth-Century Ontario and Quebec."
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor, Department of History, Laurentian University

Dr Richard Wenghofer

2009 (June)

  • (Supervisor: J. Rives) "Racism and National Identity in Ancient Greece and Rome"
  • Current Employment: 3 year contractually limited appointment at Nipissing University, North Bay

Dr. Terence Wilde

2014 (August)

  • (Supervisor: Kate McPherson) Masculinity, Medicine and Mechanization: The Construction of Occupational Health in Northern Ontario, 1890-1925

Dr Donald G. Wileman

1988 (July)

  • (Supervisor: William Irving), L’Alliance républicaine démocratique: The Dead Centre of French Politics, 1901-1947
  • Current Employment: Instructor, Department of History, York University

Dr William Harry Wiley

1996 (May)

  • (Supervisor Michael H. Kater), “Onward to New Deeds!” The German Field Army and War Crimes during the Second World War
  • Current Employment: Hague Peace Court

Dr Michelle White

2001 (January)

  • (Supervisor: Ian Gentles), Meddlesome Henrietta Maria: The Actual and Perceived Significance of Charles 1’s Wife during the English Civil Wars
  • Current Employment: Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Tennessee (Chattanooga).

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Dr. Jay Young

2012 (June)

  • (Supervisor: Marlene Shore) Searching for a Better Way: Subway Life and Metropolitan Growth in Toronto 1942-1978

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Dr. David Zylberberg

2014 (April)

  • (Supervisor: Jeanette Neeson) Plants and Fossils: Household Fuel Consumption in Hampshire and the West Riding of Yorkshire 1750-1830