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Faculty

Raymond Blake

Department Head, Professor; Honours Student Advisor
Ph.D (York University; MA (York University); BA Honours (Memorial University)

Office: AH 445
E-mail: raymond.blake@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-5431
Website: http://www.raymondblake.ca/

Current classes
Fall 2021: HIST 303-001 Canada in the World/PSCI 341-001 Canadian Foreign Policy

Research interests

  • Canadian Politics
  • Nationalism and Identity
  • Social Welfare
  • Resource Policy
  • Federal-Provincial Relations

Katrina Ackerman

Sessional Instructor; Adjunt Professor (University of Regina)
Ph.D (University of Waterloo); MA (University of New Brunswick); BA with Distinction (Vancouver Island University)

E-mail: katrina.ackerman@uregina.ca

Research interests

  • Twentieth-century Canadian social and political history, with a particular focus on intergovernmental relations and the impact of social movement organizations and interest groups on public policy.

Donica Belisle

Professor (On Sabbatical Leave)
Ph.D (Trent University); MA (Queen's University); BA (Brandon University)

Office: AH 451
E-mail: donica.belisle@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-4334
Website: http://www.donicabelisle.com/

Research interests

  • History of Northern North America
  • Gender History
  • Labour History
  • Food History
  • History of Advertising, Marketing, and Retail
  • History of Sugar in Canada
  • History of the Canadian-Fiji Sugar Trade

Clay Burlingham

Sessional Instructor; Adjunct Professor (University of Regina)
Ph.D (University of Saskatchewan); MA (University of Saskatchewan); BA Honours (University of Saskatchewan)

Office: AH 408
E-mail: clay.burlingham@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-4217

Current classes
Fall 2021: HIST 115-397 Issues in European History; HIST 270-L01 Renaissance and Reformation; HIST 275 Nineteenth Century Europe

Research interests

  • Modern European History

Philip Charrier

Associate Professor (On Sabbatical Leave)
Ph.D (Cambridge University); MA (University of Toronto); BA Honours (Trent University)

Office: AH 410.1
E-mail: philip.charrier@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-4215
Website: http://www.philip-charrier.squarespace.com/

Research interests

  • Contemporary Japanese History
  • Visual Culture
  • Processes of Modernization and Development in Asia.

James Daschuk

Adjunct Professor (University of Regina)
Ph.D (University of Manitoba); MA (University of Manitoba); BA (Trent University)

Office: CK 164.4
E-mail: james.daschuk@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-337-3272

Research interests

  • Impact of Environmental Change on the Health of Indigenous People
  • Disease
  • Climate Change in the Historical Development of Western Canada
  • Impact of Introduced Species, Horses and Domestic Cattle, on the Well-Being of First Nations

Allison Fizzard

Associate Professor (Campion College)
Ph.D (University of Toronto); MA (University of Toronto); BA Honours (Memorial University)

Office: CM 503
E-mail: allison.fizzard@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-359-1242
Website: https://campioncollege.ca/resources/dr-allison-fizzard/

Research interests

  • Medieval Religious and Social History, particularly of England and Wales c. 1100-1540
  • Monastic History
  • History of Costume and Dress

Dawn Flood

Associate Professor (Campion College)
Ph.D (University of Illinois); MA University of Illinois); BA cum laude (University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point)

Office: CM 408
E-mail: dawn.flood@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-359-1260
Website: https://campioncollege.ca/resources/dr-dawn-flood/

Current classes
Fall 2021: HIST 114-C01 Issues in the History of the Americas; HIST 234-C01 The United States, 1865-1941

Research interests

  • Twentieth Century United States History
  • Women's/Gender History
  • History of Sexuality and Medicine
  • American Legal History
  • African American History/History of the U.S. Race Relations

Robin Ganev

Assistant Professor; Graduate Student Advisor
Ph.D (York University); MA (York University); BA (York University)

Office: AH 448
E-mail: robin.ganev@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-5134

Current classes
Fall 2021: HIST 116 Issues in World History; HIST 422/822-001 Popular Culture since 1700

Research interests

  • Popular Ballads in Eighteenth-Century Britain
  • The Relationship between Literature and History
  • British Social History
  • Popular Protest

George Hoffman

Sessional Instructor; Adjunct Professor (Univeristy of Regina)

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

Current classes
Fall 2021: HIST 113-397 Issues in Canadian History; HIST 201 Canada from Confederation to WW II; HIST 202 Canada from WW II to the Present

Research interests

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

Kenneth Leyton-Brown

Associate Professor
Ph.D (Queen's University); MA (University of Regina); BA Honours (University of Saskatchewan))

Office: AH 337
E-mail: Ken.Leyton-Brown@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-4211

Current classes
Fall 2021: HIST 113-001 Issues in Canadian History; HIST 318-001 History of the Prairie West

Research interests

  • Canadian Legal History
  • Saskatchewan Legal History
  • Ancient History
  • Archaeology

Yun Liu

Assistant Professor, Department of History, Department of Politics and International Studies (On Leave)
Ph.D (Queen's University); MA (Wuhan University); BA (Zhongnan University)

Office: AH 356
E-mail: yun.liu@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-4010

Research interests

  • Chinese History
  • Economic-Environmental History
  • Rural-Urban Transition
  • Reginal and Global Issues for Development and Sustainability

Marc Patenaude

Sessional Instructor (Campion College)
Ph.D (Louisiana State University); MA (Louisiana State University); BA (University of Arkansas at Little Rock)

Office: CM 413
E-mail: marc.patenaude@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-359-1236
Website: https://campioncollege.ca/resources/dr-marc-patenaude/

Current classes
Fall 2021: HIST 116-C01 Issues in World History; HIST 150-L01 Today's World: Historical Perspectives; HIST 307-C01 Social History of the Sixties in North America

Research interests

  • American History
  • European History
  • World History

Scarlet Munoz Ramirez

Ph.D (Central Michigan University); MA (Central Michigan University); BA (Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla
Sessional Instructor

E-mail: scarlet.munoz.ramirez@uregina.ca

Current classes
Fall 2021: HIST 290AX-001 History of Rock and Roll

Research interests

  • Colonial Mexican History
  • Spanish America Religion
  • Latin America History
  • New Spain and Rituality
  • First Nations and Native American History
  • Transnational and Comparative History
  • Cultural Exchange in the Early-Modern Atlantic World
  • Indigenous Languages
  • Social and Cultural History
  • Afro-Indigenous Relations and Work Networks

Yvonne Petry

Professor; Dean (Luther College)
Ph.D (University of Manitoba); MA (University of Saskatchewan); BA Honours (University of Regina)

Office: LC 200.2
E-mail: yvonne.petry@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-5039
Website: https://www.luthercollege.edu/university/academics/faculty-profiles/yvonne-petry

Current classes
Fall 2021: HIST 472/872-L01 From Magic to Science

Research interests

  • Renaissance and Reformation
  • 16th Century France
  • Women and Gender
  • Witch Hunts
  • Early Modern Science and Medicine

Maris Rowe-McCulloch

Assistant Professor
Ph.D (University of Toronto); MA (Oxford University); BA Honours (University of Toronto)

Office: AH 442
E-mail: maris.rowe-mcculloch@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-5683

Current classes
Fall 2021: HIST 115-001 Issues in European History

Research interests

  • German History
  • Russian and Soviet History
  • Holocaust History
  • Jewish History
  • Genocide Studies

Allyson Stevenson

Adjunct Professor (University of Saskatchwan)
Ph.D (University of Saskatchewan); MA (University of Saskatchewan) BA Honours (University of Saskatchewan)

E-mail: allyson.stevenson@usask.ca

Research interests

  • Métis History
  • Métis Political Activism
  • Indigenous Women's Political Organizing
  • Indigenous Child Welfare History
  • Indigenous Children and Childhoods
  • Métis Culture
  • Gender and Indigenous Rights

Blair Stonechild

Adjunct Professor (First Nations University)
Ph.D (McGill University); MA (Universtiy of Regina); BA (University of Regina)

Office: First Nations University, RM 4013
E-mail: abstonechild@firstnationsuniversity.ca
Phone: 306-790-5950 ext. 3205

Research interests

  • Indigenous History
  • Indigenous Policy
  • Indigenous Spirituality
  • Indian Residential Schools

Emeriti

Thomas Bredohl

Professor Emeritus

E-mail: thomas.bredohl@uregina.ca

Research interests

  • European History
  • German History
  • 19th and 20th Century Political, Social and Cultural History

Bill Brennan

Professor Emeritus

Ray Cleveland

Professor Emeritus

Ian Germani

Professor Emeritus

E-mail: ian.germani@uregina.ca

Research interests

  • European History
  • French History (Political and Cultural)
  • Military History

Stephen Kenny

Professor Emeritus (Campion College)

E-mail: stephen.kenny@uregina.ca

Research interests

  • British North America
  • Relationship of English and French Speaking Canadians
  • Canadian-American Relations
  • Modern Quebec

James Pitsula

Professor Emeritus

E-mail: james.pitsula@uregina.ca

Research interests

  • Canadian History
  • 19th and 20th Century Social and Political History
  • Canadian Government
  • Indigenous Relations

Robin Swales

Professor Emeritus

Staff

Doreen Thompson

Administrative Assistant

Office: AH 410
E-mail: doreen.thompson@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-4209