International Historian, Scholar and Educator.

Teaching

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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