Full Professor and Chair of the Department of History
Member of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies and thereby authorized to supervise theses.
Office: 55 Laurier Avenue East, Room 9101
Fax: (613) 562-5995
PhD, History, York University, Toronto, 1992.
Fields of interest
- 20th century Canadian political and military history.
Co-authored with Raymond Blake, Norman Knowles and Barbara Messamore, Narrating a Nation: Canadian History Pre-Confederation (2010)
Co-authored with Raymond Blake, Norman Knowles and Barbara Messamore, Narrating a Nation: Canadian History Post-Confederation (2010)
Co-edited with Barbara Holland and Barbara Moely, Research for What? Making Engaged Scholarship Matter (2010)
Co-edited with Raymond B. Blake, Canadian Social Welfare: Historical Readings (1995).
Propaganda and Censorship during Canada's Great War (1996).
Co-edited with Suzanne Morton, Material Memory: Documents in Post-Confederation Canadian History (1998).
Co-edited, Canada at the Crossroads (1998).
Co-edited with Nicole St-Onge, Construire une Capitale - Ottawa - Making a Capital (2001).
Saints, Soldiers and Sinners: Canada's Second World War (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2004).
Co-edited with Sylvie Perrier, Bâtir de nouveaux ponts : sources, méthodes et interdisciplinarité / Building New Bridges: Sources, Methods, and Interdisciplinarity (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, , 2005), 277 pp
Co-edited with Serge Durflinger, War and Canadian Society: From Confederation to Peacekeeping (Toronto: Thomson-Nelson, 2006), 401 pp
Co-edited with Raymond B. Blake, Social Fabric or Patchwork Quilt?: The Development of Social Welfare in Canada (Peterborough: Broadview Press, 2006), 538 pp
Canadian Historical Review, The Journal of Canadian Studies, the American Review of Canadian Studies, Canadian Military History, Ontario History, Histoire sociale/Social History and chapters in several books.