Christopher Stuart Taylor completed his PhD at Western University (Canada) in History and Migration & Ethnic Relations (MER). He currently teaches in the Department of History and the Arts First program.
His book, Flying Fish in the Great White North: The Autonomous Migration of Black Barbadians, was published by Fernwood Publishing.
He also works in the Ontario Public Service (OPS) and began his career as a Policy Coordinator Intern in the Deputy Minister's Office at the Ministry of Labour. He was the Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator in the Ministry of the Attorney General's Diversity, Inclusion & Accessibility Office; a Senior Policy Advisor at Ontario's Anti-Racism Directorate; and Manager of Social Justice & Change Cluster at the Ontario Correctional Services College.
- Race and Racism
- Black Canadian history
- Caribbean history
- Slavery in the Americas
- The African and Black Diasporas
- Black identity
- Diversity and Inclusion
HBA: University of Toronto (History Specialist)
MA: Western University (History, specialization in Migration & Ethnic Relations)
- PhD: Western University (History, specialization in Migration & Ethnic Relations)