Lara Campbell is Professor and Chair in the Department of Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies. She holds an M.A. (Toronto) and PhD (Queen’s) in Canadian gender and women’s history. Her first book, Respectable Citizens: Gender, Family and Unemployment in Ontario’s Great Depression (University of Toronto Press, 2009), examined the gendered history of the Canadian welfare state. Her current project on the gender politics of the Vietnam antiwar and antidraft movement in Canada examines the transnational activism of draft-dodgers and antiwar protest groups in the context of the women’s liberation movement, ideas about the role of North American activists in global revolution, and assumptions about masculinity and militarism.