Our People - University of Waterloo Faculty

Research, Teaching, and Supervision Interests:

  • Hodinohso:ni history and culture
  • Indigenous tangible and intangible cultures in collections
  • The history of collecting Indigenous cultures on Turtle Island
  • Beadwork, tufting, quillwork, leatherwork, regalia-making
  • Languages of material cultures
  • Teioháte kaswenta (Two Row Wampum) – Covenant Chain methodology
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty

Research areas:

  • Social history of crime and gender, 14th and 15th centuries
  • Geographic focus: Provence, south of England
    • Provence: Reads criminal trials and notarial registers. Extracts lessons on wife assault, child abuse, adultery and illicit sexuality, gender norms, pedagogy, and women’s healthcare.
    • England: Contemplates changes to natural environment and their impact on lived human experiences, particularly in and around Herstmonceux manor, East Sussex
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty

Research areas:

  • Global history
  • History of prisons and punishment
  • African history
  • Gender history
  • Social history
  • Critical archive studies
  • Oral history
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty

Research areas:

  • Mennonite history
  • Gender studies 
  • History of immigrants and refugees in Canada
  • History of food and culture
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty
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Location: 
HH 116

Research areas:

  • British Empire
  • Modern Britain
  • International relations
  • History of global governance
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Administrators; University of Waterloo Faculty

Research areas:

  • Modern and Contemporary International Relations of the Asia-Pacific Region
  • Cold War
  • Japanese-Russian/Soviet Relations
  • East Asian Regional Conflicts and Multilateralism
  • Japanese Politics and Diplomacy
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty

Research areas:

  • Canadian military history
  • Peacekeeping
  • Afghanistan
  • Canadian military leadership
  • Digital history and mapping
  • 120 Squadron, Royal Air Force (1941-1945)

Over the last decade, I have led veterans, their families, teachers and students to study the battlefields of Northwest.

Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty

Research areas: 

  • 1980s
  • American film
  • American identity/patriotism
  • The American West
  • Anticommunism
  • California history
  • Conservatism
  • Nonviolence
  • Popular culture
  • Ronald Reagan/the Reagan presidency
  • Social protest movements 
  • Veterans
  • The Vietnam War
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty

Research areas: 

  • History of Education
  • Oral History
  • Women’s History
  • History Education
  • Social Studies Curriculum
  • Citizenship Education
  • Global Citizenship Education
  • Teachers and Teaching
  • Restorative Approaches to Education
  • Sociology of Education
  • Child and Youth Studies
  • Qualitative Methods
  • Feminist Theory
  • Democratic Theory and Schooling
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty

Research areas:

  • Canadian history
  • History of medicine in Canada
  • Health and disease
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty

Research areas:

  • Canada
  • Digital
  • Social movements
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty

Research Areas:

  • Religion and Society in Early Modern Europe
  • Anabaptists and Anabaptism
  • The History of Archives
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty

Research areas:

  • Canadian women’s and gender history
  • The history of the body
  • Canadian cultural history
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty

Research areas:

  • Early Modern European religious and cultural history
  • The Dutch Republic
  • Mennonite history
     
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty

Research areas:

  • British Empire
  • India since 1700
  • Britain since 1750
  • Transnational/global history
  • Historiography 
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty

Research Area:

  • Medieval intellectual history, especially the reception of the pagan Classical tradition in the Christian Middle Ages.
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty

Research areas:

  • Early Canadian colonial society, especially the concepts and actualities of public space and public life
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty

Research areas:

  • Indigenous history of Canada
  • Global Indigenous issues
  • Canadian social and cultural history
  • Public history
  • Oral history
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty

Research areas:

  • Modern U.S. history, with special focus on the Cold War period
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty

Research areas:

  • Soviet Union
  • Eastern Europe
  • Totalitarianism
  • Popular resistance
  • Counterinsurgency
  • Military history
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty
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Location: 
HH 154
Research Interests
  • Race and Racism
  • Black Canadian history
  • Caribbean history
  • Slavery in the Americas
  • The African and Black Diasporas
  • Black identity
  • Migration
  • Anti-racism
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Multiculturalism
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty

Research areas:

  • Canadian and international human rights
  • Race relations in Canada
  • African-Canadian history
  • Immigration
Group(s): 
University of Waterloo Faculty