International Historian, Scholar and Educator.

Papers & Presentations

March 2011—Guelph Civic Museum Lecture Series
Seminar: “For King and Kanata: Aboriginal Canadians and the First World War.”

May 2010—Battlefield Tour: Operation HUSKY, 1943, Sicily/Italy.  Presenter and Participant.

February 2010—The University of Oxford Programme on the Changing Charter of War: “Staying True to Their Salt”: The Recruitment and Management of Non-Western Personnel in Intelligence Services and Armed Forces, c. 1900-2010.
Paper: “And Death Shall Have No Dominion: Indigenous Peoples of the Dominions and the First World War.”

January 2010—Laurier Centre for Military, Strategic and Disarmament Studies Winter Lecture Series.
Seminar: “All the King’s Men: Indigenous Peoples of the Dominions and the First World War.”

September 2009—University of Western Ontario, Department of Anthropology, Canada
Seminar: “For King and Kanata: Canadian Indians and the First World War.”

November 2008—University of Oxford, All Souls College, Oxford, U.K.
Seminar: “All the King’s Men: Indigenous Peoples of the Dominions and the First World War.”

November 2007—University of Oxford Canadian Society, Oxford, U.K.
Keynote Speaker: “The Way Ahead—Indigenous Canadians: Past, Present and Future.”

June 2007—NATO Kosovo Force (KFOR), Doiran Lake, Macedonia.
Executive Officer and Guide: “The Salonika Campaign 1916-1918: A Battlefield Study.”

April 2007—University of Oxford, Faculty of History, Oxford, U.K.
Seminar: “Warriors of the King: Aboriginal Canadians and the First World War.”

May 2005—University of Waterloo 16th Annual Graduate Conference in History, Waterloo, Canada.
Paper: “Siberian Intervention and Canada’s War Aims, 1918-1919.”

March 2005—26th Annual McGill-Queen’s Military History Conference, Kingston, Canada.
Paper: “Victory by Other Means: Combined Arms Warfare and the Battle of Amiens, 1918.”

March 2005—26th Annual Royal Military College of Canada Military Colloquium, Kingston, Canada.
Paper: “Systems for Success 1917-1918: The Canadian Corps and the British Expeditionary Force.”

February 2005—28th Annual North American Indian Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Paper: “Warriors within our Borders: The Mohawk Warrior Society and the 1990 Oka Crisis.”

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