Lindsay Allison Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Thesis: The impact of federal and provincial infrastructure funding on municipal capital expenditure in Ontario Supervisor: Dr. Ken Cruikshank Lindsay is a part-time PhD candidate studying 20th century Canadian economic history. His dissertation is expected to focus on the impact of federal and provincial infrastructure programs on municipal capital…
2017-2018 Graduate Course Outlines Term 1 Seminars (September- December) 721 Modern British History 723 Global Environmental History 728 American Foreigh Relations 741 Historiography 766 Imperialism and Medicine 772 State and Civil Society in Canada, 1948-2000 Term 2 Seminars (January – April 2018) 717 The Sacred and Profane in Early Modern Europe 757 The British Empire…
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McMaster historians Nancy Bouchier and Ken Cruikshank joked about the long gestation of The People and The Bay, the book they launched with a reception in Hamilton Dec. 1.
Dr. Asa McKercher’s book Camelot and Canada: Canadian-American Relations in the Kennedy Era published by Oxford University Press.
“Rethinking Canada in the World” McGill-Queen’s University Press Fall 2016 catalogue announces new series supported by the Wilson Institute for Canadian History and edited by Dr. Ian McKay and Dr. Sean Mills.
Scott Johnston, Ph.D. Candidate has won the Linda F. Dietz Graduate Essay Prize.
Ian Mosby’s book Food Will Win the War: the Politics, Culture, and Science of Food on Canada’s Home Front (UBC Press, 2014) was a
Mike Commito Ph.D. Candidate McMaster University ‘Our society lacks consistently defined attitudes towards the black bear’: The History of Black Bear Hunting and Management in Ontario, 1933-2013