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Robert H. Dennis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
University of New Brunswick
|List Affiliations:||Advisory Board Member for H-Canada
|Interests:||Canadian History / Studies
Political History / Studies
Religious Studies and Theology
MA (History), University of New Brunswick, In Progress
MA (Political Science), Memorial University, 2003
BA Hons. (History & Political Studies), Queen's University, 2001
Graduate Student Liaison, Canadian Historical Association Council, 2004-2007
Co-Chair, Graduates Student Committee, Canadian Historical Association, 2003-2005
Recent Conference Papers:
Canadian Political History
“Bi-Coastal Lessons: Offshore Oil and Gas Development in British Columbia and Newfoundland & Labrador,” Association for Canadian Studies in United States Biennial Conference, Portland, OR, 2003.
“The Social Union Framework Agreement: A Clash of Liberal Ideals,” Aldrich Conference, Memorial University, 2002.
“Lessons from the Meech Lake Accord: Executive Federalism and the Future of Canada’s Constitutional Debate,” University of Edinburgh, 2004.
“Exalting Executive Federalism: Lessons from the Meech Lake Accord and the Future of Constitutional Negotiation,” Société Québécoise de Science Politique Conference, Université de Québec à Montréal, 2002.
New Cultural History
“Remembering Early Connections: The Politics of Public Memory in Saint John, New Brunswick's Tercentennial Celebrations, June 1904,” Remembering Early Connections Conference, University of Edinburgh, 2003.
“Forever Proud? From Public to Private Space: the Montreal Canadiens Transition from the Forum to the Molson Centre,” Senior Thesis, Queen’s University, 2001.