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Research

Radha celebrating

Faculty research by geographic location

Canada

Faculty member Education Interests
Epp, Marlene (Ph.D., Toronto) Canada, immigration, women and family, Mennonites
Hayes, Geoffrey (Ph.D., Western)
Recipient of the Distinguished Teacher Award
Canadian Military, Modern Canadian
Lackenbauer, P. Whitney (Ph.D., Calgary) Modern Canada, International Relations, Native-Newcomer Relations
MacDougall, Heather (Ph.D., Toronto) Canada, Medicine, Public History
Milligan, Ian (Ph.D., York)
 
Canada, Digital, Youth, Social Movements, the 1960s
Muirhead, Bruce (Ph.D., York) Post Second World War Canadian Economic and Political History, History of the International Development Research Centre
Roberts, Julia (Ph.D., Toronto) Canadian colonial society
Roy, Susan (Ph.D., UBC) Canadian indigenous history; Canadian social and cultural history
Touhey, Ryan (Ph.D., Waterloo) Canadian foreign relations; Canadian political history; the Cold War, Modern South Asian with a particular focus on India.
Walker, James (Ph.D., Dalhousie) Canadian Black, Race Relations, Africa, Human Rights

Europe

Faculty member Education Interests
Bednarski, Steven (Ph.D. Université du Québec à Montréal) Medieval History
Bruce, Gary (Ph.D., McGill)
Recipient of the Distinguished Teacher Award
20th Century German history
Gorman, Daniel (Ph.D. McMaster) British and Imperial history
Kroeker, Greta

(Ph.D., California, Berkeley)

Recipient of the Distinguished Teacher Award

Early Modern Europe, Renaissance, Reformation, Erasmus
Osborne, Troy (Ph.D., Minnesota) Early Modern European Religious History, The Dutch Republic, and Anabaptist/Mennonite History
Statiev, Alex (Ph.D., Calgary) The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe; totalitarianism; popular resistance and counterinsurgency; Russian/Soviet military history; nationalism and ethnic policies of multinational states.
Taylor, Lynne (Ph.D., Michigan) 20th-Century European, Social History of the Two World Wars, France

​Transnational/global

Faculty member Education Interests
Gorman, Daniel (Ph.D. McMaster) British and Imperial History
Hara, Kimie (Ph.D., Australian National University) Modern and contemporary international relations of the Asia-Pacific region; Diplomatic history of Japan
Walker, James (Ph.D., Dalhousie) Canadian Black, Race Relations, Africa, Human Rights

USA

Faculty member Education Interests
Hunt, Andrew (Ph.D., Utah)
Recipient of the Distinguished Teacher Award
United States since 1877, Vietnam War
Sbardellati, John (Ph.D., California, Santa Barbara)

US History, Diplomatic, Political, Cultural

Institutional connections 

Centre on Foreign Policy and Federalism

The Centre on Foreign Policy and Federalism was established in 1982 by the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University. The purpose of the project is to examine various aspects of Canadian foreign policy. Since 1982, the Centre has undertaken countless research projects and has supported individual as well as group projects.

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