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Brian Tennyson

Cape Breton University

First World War

Brian Tennyson's research interests include: First World War, Canadian military history, Cape Breton history. Author/editor of 17 books, most recently Canada’s Great War: How Canada Helped Save the British Empire and Became a North American Nation.

Fluency: English
Category: War | Military

Brittany Luby

University of Guelph

Indigenous land and water development, community partnership

Brittany Luby specializes in the history of hydroelectric development in Treaty #3, focusing on Anishinabeg responses to industrial incursions. Her work can be found in the Canadian Journal of Native Studies and the Canadian Bulletin of Medical History. Luby has also lectured extensively on building partnerships between the academy and Indigenous communities interested in research.

Fluency: English
Category: Indigenous Peoples

Bruce Kidd

University of Toronto

History and political economy of Canadian and Olympic sport

Bruce Kidd is a Professor in the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education, University of Toronto, and the founding dean of that faculty. He has also served the University of Toronto as vice president and principal of the University of Toronto Scarborough and Warden of Hart House. He has authored or edited 12 books and hundreds of articles, papers, lectures, plays and film and radio scripts.  

Fluency: English
Category: Sport - Canadian and International

Carl Bouchard

Université de Montréal

The Great War

Carl Bouchard is a specialist on the First World War. More broadly, he studies international relations and pacifism in the twentieth century.

Fluency: English and French
Category: War | Military

Christopher McCreery

Government House - Halifax

Canadian symbols, honours, knighthoods

Author of The Order of Canada; Genesis of an Honours System, and Canadian Symbols of Authority, Christopher McCreery has written extensively about Canadian symbols, flags, the Canadian honours system and knighthoods. He presently Private Secretary to the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia and Executive Director of Government House in Halifax.

Fluency: English
Category: Canadian Politics

Craig Heron

York University

Alcohol Consumption

Craig Heron is a professor at York University, a past president of the CHA, and editor for the University of Toronto Press. He has authored several notable works on Canadian social history, including The Canadian Labour Movement: A Short History (1989, 1996) and Booze in Canada: A History (2003).

Fluency: English
Category: Health | Drugs | Alcohol

Craig Heron

York University

The Great War

Craig Heron is a professor at York University, a past president of the CHA, and editor for the University of Toronto Press. He has authored several notable works on Canadian social history, including The Canadian Labour Movement: A Short History (1989, 1996) and Booze in Canada: A History (2003).

Fluency: English
Category: War | Military

Craig Heron

York University

Labour Mouvement

Craig Heron is a professor at York University, a past president of the CHA, and editor for the University of Toronto Press. He has authored several notable works on Canadian social history, including The Canadian Labour Movement: A Short History (1989, 1996) and Booze in Canada: A History (2003).

Fluency: English
Category: Labour

Crystal Gail Fraser

University of Alberta

Crystal Gail Fraser
Indian Residential Schools in Canada, childhood studies, gender and sexuality, oral history, and Indigenous theory and methodology

Crystal Gail Fraser is Gwichyà Gwich'in and her expertise centres around the histories of Indian Residential Schools in Canada, childhood studies, gender and sexuality, oral history, and Indigenous theory and methodology. In particular, northern twentieth-century histories is her main interest.

Fluency: English
Category: Indigenous Peoples

Crystal Gail Fraser

University of Alberta

Crystal Gail Fraser
Indian Residential Schools in Canada, childhood studies, gender and sexuality, oral history, and Indigenous theory and methodology

Crystal Gail Fraser is Gwichyà Gwich'in and her expertise centres around the histories of Indian Residential Schools in Canada, childhood studies, gender and sexuality, oral history, and Indigenous theory and methodology. In particular, northern twentieth-century histories is her main interest.

Fluency: English
Category: The Arctic | The North

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