Research & Publications

I am a 20th-century Canadian historian, with a broad range of research interests, including the history of photography, archives, public memory, gender and the history of the body, visual culture, digital history, religious history, and the history of the Canadian West.

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Graduate Students

Since 2004, I have supervised or co-supervised more than 20 graduate students working on a wide variety of research topics. In January 2015, I will become the Graduate Student Adviser for the Department of History, so please contact me if you are interested in applying for any of our programs: Ph.D., M.A., and M.A. in Public History.

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Lug the Camera

Lug the Camera is my semi-occasional blog about photography, history, and working with photographic archives. Check it out if you want to learn more about my work in this field, or if you are interested in the themes I teach in my MA seminar, "Photography and Public History."

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