George Hoffman

Sessional Instructor

Office: AH 408
E-mail: george.hoffman@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-4217

Current classes
Fall 2022: HIST 113-001 Issues in Canadian History; HIST 200-001 Canada before Confederation

Research interests

  • Saskatchewan and Western Canadian History
  • History of the Great Plains

SHORT BIO
George Hoffman has been a Sessional Lecturer in the Department of History at the University of Regina for several years.  He also teaches on a regular basis in the Department of History at Brandon University.  As well, he has had considerable experience in various aspects of History/Social Studies education in the secondary school system in Saskatchewan.  He has published several articles on Saskatchewan and Western Canadian History.  He has developed and taught HISTORY 113 as an online class and is presently developing an online version of HISTORY 201.

RECENT PUBLICATION
"Rural Radicalism: Seymour Martin Lipset and Saskatchewan 'Exceptionalism,'" Prairie Forum, vol.34, no. 2 (Fall 2009).

AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS
Two University of Regina Inspiring Teaching Awards, 1999 and 2005.