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Cameron E. Whitehead <email@example.com>
University of British Columbia
|List Affiliations:||Former Review Editor for H-Empire
Former Review Editor for H-Nationalism
|Interests:||Diplomacy and International Relations
Ethnic History / Studies
European History / Studies
Political History / Studies
World History / Studies
University of British Columbia (2007 – Present)
PhD Candidate (ABD), Department of History
President, History Graduate Students’ Association (2010-2011)
University of Victoria (2001 – 2006)
M.A. History (2006)
B.A. History (Honours, With Distinction – 2005)
University of Wales, Aberystwyth (2002 – 2003)
CEPEC Exchange, UWA Department of International Politics
“Suitcases and Bookcases: Historiography, Migration, and the Collapse of Yugoslavia” in Veronic P. Fynn (Ed.), Documenting the Undocumented: Redefining Refugee Status.Boca Raton: Universal, 2009.
“Political Memoirs, Myth, Policy, and the Yugoslav Wars of Secession” Past Imperfect 15 (2009): 154-192.
M.A. Thesis (2006 – UVic) – “Two Tales of Dayton: Humanitarianism and Realpolitik in the Bosnian Peace Process”
B.A. Honours Thesis (2005 – UVic) – “Land of Ghosts? Nationalism, International Relations, and the Collapse of Yugoslavia, 1980-1992”
International Conference Presentations:
“Suitcases and Bookcases: Historiography, Migration, and the Collapse of Yugoslavia, 1991-1995” Paper presented at the 2nd Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies Annual Conference, June 2009.
Graduate Student Conference Presentations:
“The Bulgarian Horrors: Culture and the International History of the Great Eastern Crisis, 1876-1878″ Paper presented to the 36th Annual Qualicum History Conference, January 2011.
“Suitcases and Bookcases: Historiography, Migration, and the Collapse of Yugoslavia, 1991-1995” Paper presented at the Annual Canadian Refugee Centre Student Conference at York University, April 2009.
“Memoirs as History: Memory, Discourse, and the Yugoslav Wars of Secession” Paper presented to the 33rd Annual Qualicum History Conference, January 2008.
“Land of Ghosts? Nationalism and the Collapse of Yugoslavia, 1980-1992” Paper presented to the 31st Annual Qualicum History Conference, February 2005.
Scholarships and Awards:
Consular Corps of BC Graduate Scholarship in International Relations (2012)
Liu Institute for Global Issues Bottom Billion Fieldwork Fund (2012)
UBC Faculty of Arts Graduate Award (2012)
UBC Four Year Fellowship (2007-2011)
SSHRC J.-Armand Bombardier CGS Doctoral Scholarship (2007-2010)
UBC Faculty of Arts Graduate Award (2010)
SSHRC CGS Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplement (2009)
UBC Graduate Student International Research Mobility Award (2009)
Centre for Refugee Studies Conference Prize (2009)
SSHRC CGS Master’s Scholarship (2005)
UVic President’s Research Scholarship (2005)
Hugo Grotius Award in Modern History (2005)
Hendrickson Prize in B.C. History (2004)
Alan Boag Essay Scholarship (2004)
J. Walter Grant Book Prize in B.C. History (2004)
UVic President’s Entrance Scholarship (2001)
Liu Scholar, Liu Institute for Global Issues (2009-Present)
Student Director, Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies (CARFMS, 2009-2010)
Member, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEES, 2005-Present)
Member, Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR, 2010-Present)
Member, American Historical Association (AHA, 2010-Present)
Member, BC Studies (2005-Present)