Completed PhD Dissertations
In Wildest Africa: The Preservation of Game in Kenya, 1895-1933.
Vincent, Brian Ben
Cotton Growing in Southern Nigeria: Missionary, Mercantile, Imperial and Colonial Governmental Involvement versus African Realities c. 1845 to 1939.
Spencer, Ian Robert
The Development of Production and Trade in the Reserve Areas of Kenya, 1895-1929.
Steele, Murray Cairns
The Foundations of a Native Policy: Southern Rhodesia, 1923-1933.
Burn it Down! Anarchism, Activism, and the Vancouver Five, 1967-1985
"United we stand, divided we perish": Identity, Community, and the Negotiation of Pan-tribal Unity in the Union of BC Indian Chiefs
Modern Men: Taking Risks and Making Masculinity in the Postwar Years
Henrietta Muir Edwards: The Journey of a Canadian Feminist.
Beyond Biology: Disease and it's Impact On The Canadian Plains Native People, 1880-1930.
Sutherland, J. Dufferin
"We Are Only Loggers:" Loggers and the Struggle for Development in Newfoundland, 1929-1959.
Wade, Catherine Jill
Citizens in Action: Loca Activism and National Housing Programs, Vancouver, 1919-1950.
McPherson, Kathryn M.
Skilled Service and Women's Work: Canadian Nursing 1920-1939.
The Long Distance Feeling: A History of the Telecommunications Workers Union.
Woodworkers and Legitimacy: The IWA in Canada, 1937-1957.
Hill, Robert Adam
The Reformation of the Bells in Early Modern England
How Much Material Damage Did the Northmen Actually Do to Ninth-Century Europe?
R.H. Tawney: the Integrated Life And The Reform of Education in England 1905-1944
Erasmus of Rotterdam's Influence upon Anabaptism: The Case of Balthasar Hubmaier
Women Alone: Widows in Third Republic France, 1870-1940
The Political Thought of Henry Hyndman.
Technocrats, Politics and Planning: The Formulation of Arab Oil Policy, 1957-1967.
Red Harbor: Class, Violence, and Community in Grays Harbor, Washington
Completed MA Theses/Projects
Developmental Colonialism and Kitawala Policy in 1950s Belgian Congo
Finding Their Voice: The Indian Press and Nikita Khrushchev's 1955 Visit to India
Pulp Fictional Folk Devils? The Fulton Bill and the Campaign to Censor "Crime and Horror Comics" in Cold War Canada, 1945-1955
Discordant Voices: Vancouver's Scots Community and the Janet Smith Case, 1924
The Golden Speculum: A History of the Vancouver Women's Health Collective, 1970-1983
Missionization and Skwxwú7mesh Political Economy, 1864-1923
Mennonite Domestic Workers: Intersections of Gender, Ethnicity and Religion
Furrows of Stone: Race, Politics, and the Alberta Metis Land Question, 1932-1936.
Seasons of Gold: An Environmental History of the Cariboo Gold Rush.
"I Don't Get Out Without a Fight": Exploring the Life Stories of Chilean Exiles.
Mountaintop Mayhem: Simon Fraser University 1965-1971.
Shifting Surfaces of Ice: The Mundays and Mount Waddington, 1926-1934.
The Surveillance of the Chinese in Canada During the Great War.
Restoring the Restorers: The Preservation of Thomas Haney House.
Settling Seabird Island: Land, Resources, and Ownership on a British Columbia Native Reserve.
Fear and Loathing in St. Sylvestre: The Corrigan Murder Case, 1855-1858.
One of Many Homes, Stories of Dispossession from "Stanley Park."
R.L.T. Galbraith, the Ktunaxa, and Native-Government Relations, 1894-1921.
The Drive for Proportional Representation in British Columbia, 1917-1923.
The Squamish Aboriginal Economy, 1860-1940.
Inglis, David C.
Vimy Ridge: 1917-1992. A Canadian Myth Over Seventy-Five Years.
I Was a Strong Lady: Italian Housewives with Boarders in Vancouver, 1947-61.
Smith, P. Trefor
"A Very Respectable Man": John Freemont Smith and the Kamloops Agency, 1912-1923.
St. Claire, Tracy
Economic Diversification on the Penticton Reserve: Pre-Settlement to 1920.
Stadfeld, Bruce C.
Manifestations of Power: Native Response to Settlement in Nineteenth Century British Columbia.
Women in the Mirror: Women Writers and Women's History in the Prairies, 1945 - 1970.
Farm Women and Their Work in Delta, British Columbia, 1900 - 1939.
Anderson Robin J.
The Vancouver Employment Business, 1900-1915: Sharks and White Slavers.
Messamore, Barbara J.
The Governors General of Canada, 1888-1911: British Imperialists and Canadian 'Nationalists.'
"An Arrow Aimed at the Heart": The Vancouver Women's Caucus and the Abortion Campaign 1969-1971.
Lascelles, Thomas A.
Leon Fouquet and the Kootenay Indians, 1874-1887.
Freeway Planning and Protests in Vancouver, 1954-1972.
Lees, Elizabeth Anne
Problems of Pacification: Veterans' Groups in Vancouver, 1919-1922.
Williams, M. Jeanne
Ethnicity and Class Conflict at Maillardville - Fraser Mills: The Strike of 1931.
Belshaw, John D.
Administration of Relief to the Unemployed in Vancouver during the Great Depression.
Forest Policy and Administration in British Columbia, 1912-1928.
Kanakos, Jeanie L.
Negotiations to Relocate the Songhees Indians, 1843-1911.
Bolt, Clarence R.
Thomas Crosby and the Tsimshian of Port Simpson, 1874-1897.
Cunningham, Alain M
Canadian Nationalism and the British Connection, 1899-1919.
May, Edwin Peter
The Nishga Land Claim, 1873-1973.
Coyle, Brian C.
Problems of the Puget Sound Agricultural Company on Vancouver Island, 1847-1857.
Brock, Peter Jeffry
Fighting Joe Martin in British Columbia.
Attitudes toward Chinese Immigrants to British Columbia 1858-1885.
Muldoon, Donald W.
Capitalism Unchallenged: A Sketch of Canadian Communism, 1939-1949.
The American Purchase of Alaska and Canadian Expansion to the Pacific.
Collins, John E.
The Reclamation of Pitt Meadows.
Lindstrom, Erling G
The Methodist Church, Canada, 1884-1912.
MacKenzie, Ken L.
Harold Innis: A Study of Creative Intellect.
Robb, S. Andrew
The Collins' Overland or Russian Extension Telegraph Project: A Pioneer Attempt to Establish Telegraphic Communications between North America and Europe.
Heibert, Albert J.
Prohibition in British Columbia.
"Columns of the House" and Proud Workers: Greek Immigrant Women in Vancouver, 1945-1975
Danza de la Muerte: Greek Arms Dealing in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939
The Cat and Mouse Act: Deconstructing Hegemonic Masculinity in Edwardian Britain
The Empress in Late Antiquity and the Roman Origins of the Imperial Feminine
"All the prostitutes may be made subject to supervision and the spread of disease infinitely reduced": Implications of Alexandre Parent-Duchatele and William Acton's Regulatory Proposals.
Humour, Halters and Humiliation: Wife-Sale As Theatre And Self-Divorce.
"Shoot the Teacher!" Education and the Roots of the Macedonian Struggle.
Ter Haar, Jan Jaap
The Broken Past: World War II in Ernst Junger's Later Work.
The Religious Allegiances of Sixteenth Century Peasant Rebels.
Challenging the Delumeau Thesis: Evidence From the Artes Moriendi.
Thames Valley Cotton Pickers’: Race And Youth In London Blues Culture.
Women Alone: Working-class Widows in Paris, 1890-1939.
The German National Attack on the Czech Minority in Vienna, 1897-1914, as Reflected in the Satirical Journal Kikeriki, and its Role as a Centrifugal Force in the Dissolution of Austria-Hungary.
Making Judgements: Hannah Arendt's Message to Historians in "Eichmann in Jerusalem".
Abbot Suger of St-Denis, Architect of Memory.
Women Confront the Reformation: Katharina Sch'z Zell, Teresa of 'ila, and Religious Reform in the Sixteenth Century.
Sexuality in Utopia.
Virtue, Order, Industry: Count Rumford and the Relief of the Poor.
"On the Brink of the Abyss": The German Focus of Russian Official Ideology.
Blackshirts Torn: Inside the British Union of Fascists, 1932-1940.
Elizabethan Puritanism and the Poor: A Reconsideration.
"The Mammon of Unrighteousness": Lord Curzon's Perception of Russia Van der Meer, Peter 1998 Bismarck's Dilemman: German Foreign Policy from 1870-1882.
Understanding Technique: Freedom and Determinism in the Work of Jacques Elul.
"The Polish Sickness" and Franco-Soviet Relations, 1934-1939.
Glaber's Cluniac Preoccupations.
Hepplewhite, Elizabeth Anne
"The Public Vocation of Women": Lectures to Ladies on Sanitary Reform in England, 1855-1870.
The Hero and the Other: G.A. Henty's Juvenile Fiction.
Drawing in the Margins: Rhetorical Adaptations to Englishness in Nineteenth Century Women's Diaries.
Possibilities of Agency: The Impact of the Work of Natalie Zemon Davis.
British Light Infantry in the Seven Years War.
The Belgium Question in French Strategic Planning and Army Doctrine between the Wars.
Three Faces of The Phanariots: An Inquiry into the Role and Motivations of the Greek Nobility under Ottoman Rule, 1683-1821.
The école Unique Movement in France: Hope and Disappointment.
Moscow Chekists During the Civil War, 1918 - 1921.
Hoffard, Ronald John
Government Propaganda and the Cromwellian Protectorate, 1653-1658.
Hans Driesch and Vitalism: A Reinterpretation.
The Public Career of Thomas Moore.
Health Literature of the Elizabethan Period.
Government, Godwin, and Coleridge: Three Perspectives on Reaction and Reform.
The British Labour Party and Zionism: 1917-1947.
Mill, Spencer and Victorian Liberalism.
Alexander Bogdanov and the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party.
The Influence of the French Revolution on Legal and Judicial Reform.
Kilgore, Gary Steven
The Strange Career of a Persistent Whig: A Reconsideration of the Life of William Gannaway Brownlow.
The Non-Revolutionary Nature of the German Social Democratic Party from 1863-1890.
Lichlyter, Teresa Lou
The Mind Made Whole: A Study of Charles Brockden Brown.
Kilby, Peter Barton
The Anglo-Asante War of 1873-1874: A Narrative and Analysis.
Gomez - Garcia, Lidia
Vivir Honrada y Cristianamente. Honor and Power in Seventeenth Century Puebla
Toward a Convivencia: Juan Peron and the Jews of Argentina, 1943-1949.
I, Elena de la Cruz: Heresy, Gender, and Crisis in Mexico City, 1568.
Trace of Oil: The Search for the Initiating Factor of the Chaco War.
Understanding the Mughal Book of War: A Translation and Analysis of Abu'l-Fazl's Preface to the Razmnama
A Monument of Destiny: Envisioning A Nation's Past, Present, and Future Through Shahyad/Azadi
Contested Representations and the Building of Modern in Egypt: The Architecture of Hassan Fathy
Imperialism and Bankruptcy in the Ottoman Empire and Egypt
Real Unions: Arab Labor Unions in British Palestine, 1917-1947.
Peace at Home, Peace Abroad: 'Islamic Reaction' and the Turkish Revolution, 1923-1938.
Continuity and Change in the Selection Process of the Ottoman Grand Viziers, 1368-1789.
Rizvi, Sayyid Muhammad
Muhibb Al-Din Al-Khatib: A Portrait of a Salafi Arabist (1886-1969).
The British Labour Movement and Israel, 1948-1951.
Behind the Veil: Islamic Activism and Social Change in Modern Egypt.
From the A'yan to Amir: The Abd al-Karim of the Moroccan Rif, 1900 to 1921.
French Policy in Morocco, 1885-1890.
Some Aspects of Induced Development in Egypt under Muhammed Ali Pasha and the dive Ismail.
Centralization and Localism: Aspects of Ottoman Policy in Eastern Anatolia, 1878-1908.
The Young Turk Revolution, July 1908 to April 1909: Its Immediate Effects.
Cultivating soils and souls: the Jesuit garden in the Americas
Bearing the Seeds of Struggle: Freedomways Magazine, Black Leftists, and Continuities in the Freedom Movement
Dougherty, Joshua, James
Left out in the Cold: The Arrest of W.E.B. Du Bois and the Reaction of the African American Community to the Red Scare
The Liquidation of the O.S.S. and the American Intelligence Debate, 1941-1947
Henderson, Roderick S.
The Changes in American Communication 1795-1845
Long, Frederick Alexander
"The Kingdom Must Come Soon": The Role of A.L. Kroeber and the Hearst Survey in Shaping California Anthropology
Fighting for a Place: Church of England Activism in Virginia, 1752-1774.
The New Left Historians and the Historiography of the Cold War.
Postwar Perception of the China Market: A Study of American Business Attitudes.
Individualism, Thoreau, and the American Civil War.