• Blake Seward

    Blake Seward is the Education Editor for canadianmilitaryhistory.ca. He has long been interested and active in how Canadian military history is taught in schools. For over a decade Seward has worked to create new professional development opportunities for teachers which has garnered national acclaim.  Blake is the recipient of more than a dozen provincial, national or […]

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    P. Whitney Lackenbauer

    P. Whitney Lackenbauer is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of History at St. Jerome’s University (University of Waterloo), Waterloo, Ontario, who specializes in Arctic sovereignty and security issues, Aboriginal-state relations, circumpolar history, and modern Canadian military, diplomatic and political history.  A recent Fulbright Scholar at the Centre for Canadian Studies at the School […]

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  • John English

    John English is a Canadian academic who has also been very active in Canadian public life. He served as a Liberal Member of Parliament between 1993 and 1997. Subsequently, he served as a Special Ambassador for Landmines and as a Special Envoy for the election of Canada to the Security Council. He has also served […]

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  • Kevin Spooner

    Assistant Professor of North American Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University Kevin Spooner joined the Canadian Studies Program at Wilfrid Laurier in 2005 and has taught in North American Studies since 2007, when this new program was created. He teaches several undergraduate core courses in the program’s Canadian Studies stream and supervises graduate students in the History […]

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  • Geoff Hayes

    Geoff Hayes is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Waterloo. He is the author of the The Lincs: A History of the Lincoln and Welland Regiment (1986, 2007) and Waterloo County: An Illustrated History (1997). With Andrew Iarocci and Mike Bechthold, Hayes he is also the editor of Vimy Ridge: A Canadian Reassessment (2007). UW Profile […]

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  • Andrew Godefroy

    Andrew B. Godefroy is a strategic analyst serving with the Canadian Army Land Warfare Centre as well as on the adjunct faculties at the Royal Military College of Canada and the University of Calgary.  His research focuses on the relationship between armed forces and the state, with a particular interest in defence policy and strategy, innovation, […]

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  • Randall Wakelam

    Randall Wakelam has had a varied military and academic career which began in 1969 as a Reserve musician. After graduating from the Royal Military College he flew helicopters for the Army, serving in three different squadrons before commanding 408 Tactical Helicopter Squadron from 1991 to 1993. He subsequently served as a member of faculty and […]

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  • Peter Farrugia

    Peter Farrugia is Associate Professor of History and Contemporary Studies at the Brantford Campus of Wilfrid Laurier University. His research interests include pacifism in Britain and France, war and memory and the history of Brantford ON. He is currently working on a comparative study of the depiction of the Great War in Imperial War Museum […]

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  • John Laband

    The history of the Zulu kingdom in the nineteenth century continues to be John Laband’s primary field of research, but his research, writing and teaching interests extend to all other areas of Africa, especially when they fall within the scope of war and society studies.  Recent publications include the Historical Dictionary of the Zulu Wars (2009), Kingdom in […]

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  • Patrick Dennis

    Patrick M. Dennis (B.A. University of Windsor; M.A. University of Northern Colorado) specializes in political-military affairs. He is a former senior officer in the Canadian Air Force who served abroad for over 22 years, including operational tours and senior staff appointments in both NORAD and NATO. In addition, he served as the Canadian Defence Attaché […]

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