Teaching

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Teaching

Teaching Experience - Instructor


The University of Toronto, Department of History

Winter 2016: HIS366, Aboriginal People of the Great Lakes, 1815 to the Present

Fall 2014: HIS369, Aboriginal People of the Great Lakes to 1815

Winter 2013: HIS366, Aboriginal People of the Great Lakes, 1815 to the Present

Fall 2012: HIS369, Aboriginal People of the Great Lakes to 1815

Winter 2012: HIS366, Aboriginal People of the Great Lakes, 1815 to the Present

Fall 2010: HIS369, Aboriginal People of the Great Lakes to 1815


Trent University, Department of History

Fall 2014-Spring 2015: CAST2255, History of the Indians of Canada

Fall 2010: HIS3160, Canadian Women’s History

Fall 2010: HIS1500, Ten Days that shook the World (lecture series on First Nations)


Chang School of Continuing Education, Ryerson University 

Spring 2012: CHST680, “Natives and Newcomers from 1763.”

Winter 2012: CHST580, “Natives and Newcomers to 1763.”

Spring 2010: CHST680, “Natives and Newcomers from 1763.”

Winter 2010: CHST580, “Natives and Newcomers to 1763.”


Seneca College, Liberal Arts Program, York University Campus 

Summer 2010: HUM200, “The Development of Western Thought II.

Winter 2010: HUM200, “The Development of Western Thought II.

Summer 2007: HUM200, “The Development of Western Thought II.” 

Winter 2007: CAN191, “Canadian Political Economy.” 

Winter 2007: HUM200, “The Development of Western Thought II.

Summer 2006: HUM200, “The Development of Western Thought II.”

Fall 2005: HUM301, “The Development of Western Thought III.” 


Teaching Experience - Teaching Assistant


Ryerson University, Department of History

Fall 2015, Spring 2015, and Fall 2016: HST680, “Natives and Newcomers from 1763”

Fall 2014, Spring 2016, Spring 2017: HST580, “Natives and Newcomers to 1763.”


The University of Toronto, Department of History

Fall 2009-Winter 2010: HIS263, “Introduction to Canadian History.”

Summer 2009: HIS263, “Introduction to Canadian History.” 

Winter 2009: HIS369, “Aboriginal People of the Great Lakes.” 

Summer 2006: HIS263, “Introduction to Canadian History.” 

Fall 2005 – Spring 2006: HIS263 “Introduction to Canadian History.” 

Fall 2004 – Spring 2005: HIS106 “Making the Americas, c. 1250-1780.”


The University of Toronto at Scarborough, Department of Humanities

Fall 2009: HISC47H3F, “Canadian Labour History.”


The University of Toronto at Mississauga, Department of Historical Studies

Winter 2009: HIS308, “The History of Women, pre-1800.”

Winter 2009: HIS372, “The United States in the 20th Century.”

Summer 2008: HIS261, “Introduction to Canadian History.”

Winter 2008 and Fall 2006: HIS261, “Introduction to Canadian History.”


Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto

Fall-Winter 2003-2004: Teacher Education Program Assistant for the Secondary Program Cohort, Social Justice and Catholic Education as part of the teacher pre-service program. 


Queen’s University, Department of History 

Fall 2001-Spring 2001: HIST263, “Canadian Working Class History.”


Adult Education

Fall 2017: Living and Learning in Retirement, Glendon College, “The Indigenous History of Ontario”

Fall 2017: The LIFE Institute, Ryerson University, “The Indigenous History of Ontario.”

Spring 2016: Lifelong Learning Mississauga. “Ontario’s First Nations, Then and Now.”

Winter 2012: Learning Unlimited, Etobicoke. “Aboriginal Ontario: A History of the Province’s First Nations.”