Department of History
HH building, room 136
Tel 519 888-4567 x 43328
Fax 519 746-2658
Research and teaching interests
Canadian social and cultural history
Dr. Maricic is a historian interested in German and Yugoslav Cold War history. His current research project focuses on the cultural relations between East Germany and the Global South.
Talena Atfield is an Assistant Professor in History at the University of Waterloo. She is a member of the Kanien'kehá:ka Nation of the Six Nations of the Grand River. Previously, she was Curator of eastern ethnology at the Canadian Museum of History.
My research focuses on the history of science, technology, and medical research ethics in twentieth-century North America. With an eye to understanding the social dynamics of science, my published work examines the complex political and moral dimensions of state-sponsored research conducted at government, private, and academic institutions.
Daria Dahpon Ho (she/her) is a Lecturer of History specializing in transnational China & East Asia at the University of Waterloo.
I completed my History doctorate at UW in 2020 and have been teaching for the History and Arts First departments ever since. My dissertation examined the classified British nuclear civil defence programme Protect and Survive.
Christopher Stuart Taylor is the University of Waterloo's Associate Vice-President, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Anti-Racism.
Rebecca MacAlpine is a PhD Candidate in History at the University of Waterloo. She received her Bachelor and Master of Arts from the University of Waterloo and a Master of Teaching from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. Her current research explores the relationship between illegitimacy and gender-based violence in seventeenth century Somerset, England. These connections help to illuminate how institutional structures perpetuated and created systems of gender-based violence, which marginalized unwed mothers in early modern Somerset.
In addition to her research interests, Rebecca is also a graduate educational developer with the Center for Teaching Excellence. In this role she works with graduate educators across the six faculties at the University of Waterloo to mentor and develop their teaching practices. While engaged in educational development, Rebecca has become interested in incorporating a variety of innovative pedagogies into the classroom to develop democratic spaces to talk about hard subjects.
EducationM.T. Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto M.A. University of Waterloo B.A. University of Waterlo0
Jodi Burkett is a visiting scholar in the Department of History.
Courses taughtHIST 203 Methods of Applied History HIST 302 Applied History Project
“The Tactile Babble Under Which the Blind Have Hitherto Groaned: Dots, Lines, and Literacy for the Blind in Nineteenth-Century North America”, The Edinburgh History of Reading, Volume 2