International Historian, Scholar and Educator.


As human beings, learning and teaching are lifelong endeavours, and are vital to the positive progression of Canadian society and, in turn, the “Global Village”.  I have taught at both the secondary school and university levels and I have learned as much from my students as they have from me, as learning is, and must be, a dialogue.

During the 2012-2013 academic year, I am teaching at Colorado Mesa University:

  • Hist 101: Western Civilizations
  • Hist 131: US History to 1870
  • Hist 132: US History from 1870-Present

During the 2010-2011 academic year, I am teaching two courses in First Nations Studies (FNS), to be cross-listed with other departments, at the University of Western Ontario:

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

Recent Courses:

During the 2009-2010 academic year, I taught:

At the University of Western Ontario:

  • FNS 2132F/G—Cultures of Native North America

At Wilfrid Laurier University:

  • HIST 344—Native Peoples of Eastern Canada

At St. Jerome’s University (University of Waterloo):

  • HIST 106—Canada and War in the Twentieth Century

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