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Tavis Harris <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wilfrid Laurier University
Currently researching Canadian disarmament policy during the interwar period.
|Address:||155 Cherry Street
Kitchener, Ontario N2G 4V1
|Primary Phone:||519 588 5506|
|List Affiliations:||Advisory Board Member for H-Canada
Former Advisory Board Member for H-War
Reviewer for H-Canada
|Interests:||Diplomacy and International Relations
Labor History / Studies
Political History / Studies
B.A (Hons) History and Political Science, University of Waterloo, 2002.
M.A History, University of Waterloo, 2006. Focus on Labour and recruitment during First World War.
PhD. Wilfrid Laurier University (estimated completion 2011) Dissertation topic Canadian disarmament policy during the inter-war period.
Research Assistantship: Dr. Roger Sarty, Spring 2006-present. Researched C.P. Stacey and the writing of external affairs history.
HIST 253: Canadian History, Pre-Confederation. Fall 2006
University of Waterloo
HIST 258: American Since 1877. Spring 2007, University of Waterloo.
HI 108: Europe in the Age of Imperialism. Wilfrid Laurier University. Fall 2007.
HI 292: Canada Since Confederation. Wilfrid Laurier University. Winter 2008.
‘Doesn’t Canada Owe me the Right to Earn a Living?’: The Great Depression and Shifts in Attitude Towards the Role of the State. Paper presented at the Tri-University History Conference, Guelph Ontario, November 2006.
‘I Challenge Anyone to say that Organised Labour has not Done its Share, and more than its Share, in the War.’: Class, Enlistment and Support for the War Effort during the First World War. Paper accepted, to be presented at the 2007 McGill-Queens Graduate Student Conference in History, Alternate Approaches, Kingston Ontario, March 2007
“A Confused Priority: Canadian Defence Policy and the Role of Sovereignty 1971-1986” Tri-University History Conference, November 2007.
C.P. Stacey and the Use of Oral Accounts in Official and External Affairs History'. University of Victoria Military and Oral History Conference: Between Memory and History, February 2008.
“Theirs is a Peculiar Species of Love”: Class, Recruitment and Support for the Great War in Berlin/Kitchener Ontario. 'New Frontiers' York University Graduate History Conference, February 2008.