In alphabetical order 

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: French and English

Serge Durflinger, University of Ottawa; 
The Second World War

Serge Durflinger specializes in Canadian military, naval, and diplomatic history as well as the history of veterans, military memorialization, and the impact of war on ordinary Canadians. His publications include Veterans with a Vision: Canada’s War Blinded in Peace and War (2010), which studies soldiers wounded during the Second World War, and Fighting from Home: The Second World War in Verdun, Quebec (2006), a micro-history of the war effort on the home-front

Fluency: English and French

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). In some of his latest research he has explored issues surrounding labour and business during the Great War, munitions production, opposition to war, and soldiers’ integration into civilian life

Fluency: English

Amy Shaw, University of Lethbridge; 
The Great War

Amy Shaw’s research interests include the Canadian home front during the Great War. She is the author of Crisis of Conscience: Conscientious Objection in Canada during the First World War (UBC Press, 2008) and co-editor of A Sisterhood of Suffering and Service: Women and Girls of Canada and Newfoundland during the First World War (UBC Press, 2012)

Fluency: English

Brian Tennyson, professor emeritus, Cape Breton University; 
First World War

Research interests: 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




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