International Historian, Scholar and Educator.

Education & Work Experience


2006-2010   University of Oxford, St. Antony’s College, U.K.,  DPhil. History.  Supervisor: Prof. Hew Strachan

  • Thesis: “All the King’s Men: Indigenous Peoples of the Dominions and the First World War.”

2004-2006   Royal Military College of Canada,  M.A. War Studies.  Supervisor: Dr. Sean M. Maloney

  • Thesis: “The Court of Last Resort: The 1990 Oka Crisis and the Canadian Forces.”

2003-2004   University of Guelph, Canada,  B.A. Hons. HistorySupervisor: Dr. David R. Murray

  • Thesis: “Operation Llandovery Castle: The Canadian Corps, Autonomy, Tactics and the Battle of Amiens, August, 1918.”

1998-1999    Nipissing University, Canada,   B.Ed. Senior History/English

1995-1998    University of Western Ontario, Canada,   B.A. English Literature

Work Experience:

2009-Present   Faculty Associate, Laurier Centre for Military, Strategic and Disarmament Studies.

2009-Present   Sessional Instructor, University of Western Ontario, First Nations Studies.

  • Course: FNS 2132F—Cultures of Native North America.
  • Course: FNS 2111E—Perspectives on Native-Newcomer Relations, c.1500 to Present.

2010-2012   Postdoctoral Fellow, St. Jerome’s University (University of Waterloo).

2010   Sessional Instructor, St. Jerome’s University (University of Waterloo), History.

  • Course: HIST 106—Canada and War in the Twentieth Century.

2009-2010   Postdoctoral Fellow, Laurier Centre for Military, Strategic, and Disarmament Studies.

2001-2010   Captain, Canadian Forces Reserve, 1st Hussars Regiment, London/Sarnia, Canada.  Including two years service with 7th Battalion, The Rifles, British Army.

2009   Sessional Instructor, Wilfrid Laurier University, History.

  • Course: HIST 344—Native Peoples of Eastern Canada.

2007-2008   University of Oxford, Faculty of History, Academic Tutor and Undergraduate Thesis Supervisor.

1999-2003   Secondary School Teacher, Ontario, Canada. (History, English and Law).

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