Below are the current and past undergraduate and graduate projects I have supervised.

Current Doctoral Students:

David Blanchard. PhD in Forest Sciences.Topic: The Rise and Fall of Forestry in Bathurst, New Brunswick: A Contemporary Analysis of the Inevitable Decline of Forestry in a Northern Hinterland.

Ligia del Carmen Simba. PhD in Forest Sciences (ongoing)

Current Masters Students:

Completed Graduate Students:

2018. Kaitlin Green. "An Incredible Journey: Sheila Burnford’s Life & Works in Historical Context, 1916-1984" MA History Major Research Paper.

2017. Jenna Kirker. "A Matter of Principal: Female Involvement in Politics and Labour at the Lakehead, 1903-1918." MA Thesis (co-supervisor).

2016. Patrick Schmidt. "Nowhereans: The Evolution of the West Indian Community of Panama, 1850 - 1926" MA History Major Research Paper.

2015. Joseph Machilik. "Proving Ground: U.S. Involvement in Guatemala, 1954-1983. MA History Major Research Project.

2014. Jonathan Foreman. "Race, Englishness and the Media: Depictions of Urban Rioting in England, 1980-81" MA History Thesis.

2008. Nicole Butzke. “British West Indians in Panama: An Analysis of Linda Smart Chubb's Memorandum on the The Forgotten People.” MA History Thesis.

2008. Connie Pucci. ""Vilma Espin and the Federacion de Mujeres Cubanas: Enhancing the Status of Women in Cuba." MA History Major Research Project.

2007. Charles Nathan Hatton. "Head Locks at the Lakehead: Wrestling in Fort William and Port Arthur, 1913-1933" MA History Thesis.

2007. Samira Saramo. "Women Made of Iron: Sanna Kannasto and Finnish Socialist Women in Early-Twentieth Century Lakehead." MA History Major Research Project.

2003. Michel Beaulieu."Reel history: film production at the Lakehead, 1911-1931" MA History Thesis.

Completed Honours Theses:

2001. James L. Cathcart. "Immigration, Radicalism and Reaction: Finns in Northwestern Ontario" History honours thesis.

1998. Paul Jasen. "Babylon Riddims: Jamaican Diaspora. Cultural Transference and the Music of Rebellion in Post-1945 Great Britain." History honours thesis.