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Professor Dimitry Anastakis smiling at the camera, seated in his office in front of a bookcase

History

History

Graduate Faculty

Dimitry Anastakis

Professor, History
B.A. (Western), M.A., Ph.D. (York)
Lady Eaton College, N112, ext. 7839, danastakis@trentu.ca

Research Interests: 20th Century Canadian economic and political history, particularly post- World War II trade, economic and business history; US political and economic history; government and politics.

Olga Andriewsky

Associate Professor, History
B.A. (Brown), M.A., Ph.D. (Harvard)
Lady Eaton College, N118, ext. 7835, oandriewsky@trentu.ca

Research Interests: Russia as empire; national identity and imperial discourse.

Arne Bialuschewski

Assistant Professor, History
M.A., Ph.D. (Kiel)
Lady Eaton College N115, ext 7857,  abialu@trentu.ca

Research Interests:  buccaneers, cross-cultural relations in the seventeenth-century Atlantic World, early modern piracy, the slave trade, the publishing business in the age of Defoe

Stephen Bocking

Professor, Environmental & Resource Studies
B.Sc., M.A., Ph.D. (Toronto)
Environmental Science Complex B202, ext 7883, ​sbocking@trentu.ca

Research Interests: The roles of science in environmental policy and politics, Regional environmental history and biodiversity conservation, The science and politics of salmon aquaculture, The history of environmental science in northern Canada

Marion Boulby

Associate Professor
B.A. (Queens), M.A. (London), Ph.D. (Toronto)
Lady Eaton College S101.1, ext 7837, marionboulby@trentu.ca

Research interests: history of the Modern Middle East from the 19th Ottoman era to the present day

Antonio Cazorla-Sanchez

Professor and Chair, History
Ph.D. (Granada)
Lady Eaton College S101.8, ext. 7095, acazorla@trentu.ca

Research Interests: Modern Spanish History; Fascism and Dictatorships; Modern European History, Transnational History.

Christopher P. Dummitt

Associate Professor, History 
B.A. (Trent), M.A. (Dalhousie), Ph.D. (Simon Fraser)
Champlain College J14, ext. 7224, cdummitt@trentu.ca

Finis Dunaway

Professor, History
B.A. (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Ph.D. (Rutgers University)
Wallis Hall 118, Traill College, ext 7026, finisdunaway@trentu.ca

Research interests:  Modern United States cultural and environmental history; American Studies; visual culture; mass media and the environment; arctic landscapes

Caroline Durand

Assistant Professor, History
B.A., M.A. (Montréal); Ph.D. (McGill)
Lady Eaton College S103, ext 7109, carolinedurand@trentu.ca

Research interests:

Michael Eamon

Principal, Catharine Parr Traill College
B.A. Hon. (Ottawa) M.A.(Queen’s), M.Phil (Cambridge), Ph.D. (Queen’s)
Catharine Parr Traill College, Scott House 107, ext. 6218, michaeleamon@trentu.ca

Research Interests: Print Culture, Enlightenment, Cultural and Intellectual History.

Ivana Elbl

Professor, History
M.A. (Charles, Toronto); Ph.D. (Toronto)
Lady Eaton College S114, ext 7833, ielbl@trentu.ca

Research interests: late medieval history, particularly Portugal and its nobility; early European overseas expansion. with emphasis on Africa; emotions, values, and attitudes in the late medieval period.

Fiona Harris-Stoertz

Associate Professor, History
B.A. (University of Calgary), M.A., Ph.D. (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Champlain College K4, ext 7097, fharris@trentu.ca

Research interests: Research interests: Medieval history, particularly England and France, 1000-1330; pregnancy, birth, childhood, and youth.

Jennine Hurl-Eamon

Professor, History
Director, History Graduate Program
B.A. (Western), M.A. (Queen's), Ph.D. (York)
Crawford House, Traill College 201, ext 6270, jenninehurleamon@trentu.ca

Research interests: Early modern Europe, especially England, with a focus upon gender, childhood and the military; crime and criminal justice; plebeian marriage and family life.

Ihor Junyk

Associate Professor, Cultural Studies
B.A. Hons. (U.W.O.), M.A (Queen’s), Ph.D (University of Chicago)
Traill College Scott House 204, ext. 6052, ihorjunyk@trentu.ca

Research Interests: Modernism and the avant-garde; migration, diaspora, cosmopolitanism; trauma, memory, memorialization; the city; literary and visual studies; Central and Eastern Europe (particularly Ukraine), Hapsburg Empire and post-Soviet transition.

Carolyn Kay

Professor, History
M.Phil (Oxford); M.A., Ph.D. (Yale)
Lady Eaton College, S101.7, ext. 7842, ckay@trentu.ca    

Research interests: The history of German childhood, 1871-1945; World War One and German society; Art in modern German history; the Holocaust

Janet Miron

Associate Professor, History
B.A. (McGill); M.A., Ph.D. (York).
Lady Eaton College S104, ext 7834, janetmiron@trentu.ca

Research interests: the history of suicide in English-speaking Canada; medical and criminal history; asylums and prisons

Van Nguyen-Marshall

Associate Professor, History
M.A. (British Columbia); Ph.D. (British Columbia)
Lady Eaton College S101.4, ext 7169, vannguyenmarshall@trentu.ca

Research interests: Modern Vietnamese History, focusing on associational life, civil society, and the public sphere; South Vietnamese society during the Vietnam War; youth organizations and activism.

Joan Sangster

Professor, Gender & Women's Studies
B.A. (Trent), M.A., Ph.D. (McMaster) 
Traill College, Wallis Hall 101.3, ext. 7705, jsangster@trentu.ca

Research interests: North American women’s history, working class history, law and the state, Aboriginal women’s history, feminist historiography

David M. K. Sheinin

Professor, History
M.A., Ph.D. (Connecticut)
Lady Eaton College S101.9, ext 7843, dsheinin@trentu.ca

Research interests: Latin American history and the international history of the United States with special interest in twentieth century Argentina, Venezuela, and Colombia.  David’s current research focuses on human rights and dictatorship; boxing and society; and nuclear politics

Kevin Siena

Associate Professor, History
M.A. (Rochester); Ph.D. (Toronto)
Champlain College I3, ext 7139, ksiena@trentu.ca

Research interests:  Early modern Britain; history of medicine; disease and the poor in the 18th century; workhouses, history of sexuality, esp. sexually transmitted disease.

James Struthers

Professor Emeritus, Canadian Studies Department

Robert Wright

Associate Professor
M.A. Ph.D. (Queen’s)
Trent Durham Campus, Office 167, ext 5046, rawright@trentu

Research interests: modern Canadian political, cultural and diplomatic history