The Mark S. Bonham Centre at The University of Toronto is excited to share that one of the first funded Emerging Projects at the Queer and Trans Research Lab, End of the Line Press, is up and running! Their portal is now open to submissions.
I am pleased to let you know that my concise biography of Canadian businessman and philanthropist Richard M. Ivey has been published by The Canadian Encyclopedia. Most people will know Richard Ivey as the benefactor of the Ivey School of
I am honoured to have been included in the 2020 edition of the International Day of Pink Colouring Book. The International Day of Pink‘s purpose is to create a more diverse and inclusive world by encouraging young people to challenge
Congratulations to Professor Dana Seitler, Director of the Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies at the University of Toronto, for her being named a finalist for the 2020 Lambda Literary Award for her book Reading Sideways: The Queer
I am excited to announce that my newest book has now been published. Trade-Offs: The History of Canada-U.S. Trade Negotiations presents selected papers from the Canadian Business History Association’s Annual Conference 2018. This book presents the history of Canada’s efforts
You are invited to the book launch for The Governors of the Bank of Canada, the recently published book which contains my biography of Mark Carney, former Governor of the Bank of Canada and current Governor of the Bank of
It was great to meet so many people at the Massey College book launch for Becoming 150: 150 Years of Canadian Business History. The book presents informative insight into the development of Canada’s economy and business sectors since Confederation in 1867.
I am very honoured to have my chapter on The Biography of Mark Carney included in the newly released book The Governors of the Bank of Canada, published by New Federation House of Ottawa and Montreal. This book contains the
My newest book is now available for pre-order, with delivery in late March. Becoming 150: 150 Years of Canadian Business History presents selected papers from the CBHA/ACHA Annual Conference 2017. The book presents informative insight into the development of Canada’s economy and business