Faculty

NameAreaContact
Professor
History
European. Modern (post-1789) French history, 19th-Century European Political History.
Office: Cle B220
Professor
History
Thematic interests include the history of human rights, torture, sex crimes, religious freedom, satire and political expression, censorship of the press and entertainment. Geographically, my research mostly focuses on Europe between 1500 and 1750.
Office: Cle B205
Professor
History
Modern European Political History, Military History, Social History.
Office: Cle B236
Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair
History
Modern South Asia History, Global History, Cultural and Intellectual History
Office: Cle B234
Professor
History and Centre for Studies in Religion and Society
Intersections between secularism, religious radicalization, securitization, post-colonialism, and religious identity in contemporary Canada.
Office: Sed B102
Professor and Graduate Director
History
Canadian. Post-Confederation Canadian political and constitutional history
Office: Cle B203
Professor
History
World. Modern Middle Eastern History; World History; Colonial Land Policies
Office: CLE B223
Professor
History
Socioeconomic history of late imperial China, sociopolitical history of Republican China, urban history of China, local history of the Lower Yangzi Region, global history of the Chinese diaspora, and Chinese environmental history during the Little Ice Age (1400-1900).
Office: Cle B209
Professor
History
American History, History of Sexuality and LGBTQ2S+ History, Food History.
Office: Cle B202
Professor and Department Chair
History
Marine Environmental History, Pacific Coast History, Modern American History, US International Relations
Office: Cle A203c
Associate Professor and Undergraduate Coordinator
History
Pre-Confederation Canadian History.
Office: Cle B228
Associate Professor, History. Director, Latin American Studies
History
Colonial and early national Latin American intellectual history, global cultural history.
Office: Cle B227
Associate Professor
History
British. English legal and institutional history, history of crime, policing and punishment in Western societies
Office: Cle B218
Lecturer
History
European History
Office: Cle B214
Lecturer
History
Canadian History, American History. Cultural identity and pluralism, with a focus on North American religion.
Office: Cle B206
Associate Professor
History
Social, cultural, and political history in 20th century Britain; history of propaganda, publicity, and public relations; mass media; tourism in 20th century Britain.
Office: Cle B213
Assistant Professor
History
European. Medieval Legal and Social History; Manuscript Studies
Office: Cle B230
Lecturer
History and Hispanic and Italian Studies
European, Early Modern Colonialism, Latin America
Office: Cle B403
Assistant Professor and Undergraduate Adviser
History
European History. Early Modern Europe, Health and Epidemic Disease History.
Office: Cle B231
Assistant Professor and Undergraduate Adviser
History
Indigenous histories, North American borderlands, Pacific Northwest, Ethnohistory methods, settler colonialism
Office: Cle B305
Professor
History
Canadian History. History of Indigenous Settler relations and more broadly the history of the creation and interaction of different racial groups in the Pacific Northwest.
Office: Cle B221
Professor
History
Canadian History, Women’s and Gender History, the Social History of Ethnicity, Religion/Irreligion and Atheism, History of Feminism.
Office: Cle B222
Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair
History and Environmental Studies
Environmental history, Historical marine ecology, Marine conservation
Office: Cle B216
Associate Professor
History
British. 17th and 18th century English social and cultural history; crime, execution, gender (especially masculinity and courage); print & popular culture, religion & eschatology.
Office: Cle B211
Professor
History
World. The foreign policies of the Great Powers since 1815; 19th and 20th Century British foreign policy; and 19th and 20th Century American foreign policy.
Office: Cle B226
Professor
Associate Vice-President Research
Inclusive modes of truth-telling, transitional justice, memory, human rights, and cultural interventions in the construction of historical narratives after state violence.
Associate Professor
History and Indigenous Studies
Indigenous sport history, late-nineteenth century to present, with a focus on Olympic history and Indigenous land rights.
Office: Cle B303
Associate Professor and Honours Adviser
History
European. Modern Germany; cinema and society; media and scandal
Office: Cle B207
Professor
History and Political Science
European. 20th Century European and German history
Office: SSM A345
Assistant Teaching Professor
History
European History, German History, Holocaust History, Tourism History, Public History
Office: Cle B204
Assistant Teaching Professor
History and Gender Studies
Race/racism, antiracism, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, colonialism and decolonization, children, youth, age, animals, social justice.
Office: Cle B306
Professor, University of Victoria Provost’s Engaged Scholar, 2020-2025
History
Canadian and American. Race, immigration, inequality, and urban.
Office: Cle B232
Associate Professor
History
Colonial histories of poverty, race and gender; community-engaged research on sustainable economies and food systems.
Office: Cle B229
Associate Professor
History
Early modern France and Europe; History of policing, crime and criminal procedure; Money and counterfeiting; the French Revolution, revolt and resistance; Communication and popular political culture.
Office: Cle B224
Associate Teaching Professor and Director, Religion, Culture and Society Program
History and Political Science
Historical and contemporary intersections among politics, society, law, and religion; Middle East politics and history; political theory within historical as well as comparative contexts; world history; histories of religious traditions; intellectual and cultural history.
Office: Cle D278
Professor
History and Political Science
Asian. Modern and contemporary China from the late 1800s to the present
Office: SSM A335
Professor
History and Germanic & Slavic Studies
European History. Russia, Ukraine, Soviet Union History.
Office: Cle D245
Professor
History
Canadian and European. History of the Royal Canadian Navy, anti-submarine warfare, science, technology and war, the rescue of refugee academics from Germany in the 1930s
Office: Cle B225

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