PhD Candidate, University of Guelph
Ph.D. Candidate, A.B.D., Department of History, UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN, Fall 2002 – 2008.
M.A., Department of History, UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN, Fall 2000 – Summer 2002.
Thesis: “Invisible Demons: Epidemic Disease and the Plains Cree, 1670-1880.”
B.A., Honours, Department of History, UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH, Fall 1996 – Winter 2000.
Undergraduate Thesis: “Invisible Demons: Disease Beyond Huronia in the Seventeenth Century.”
-Canadian History: Prehistory to Present.
-History of Medicine in North America, 1609-1900.
-Indigenous/White Relations in Colonial North America.
-Comparative Canadian-American ‘Indian Policy,’ 1830-2003.
Current Research: I’m very fortunate to be currently under the supervision of Dr. Catherine Carstairs
My research examines disease and epidemic disease on the Great Plains in the early/mid 19th century, with particular focus on how HBC personnel; missionaries; and the government addressed epidemics