Part Time Faculty

William Acres

William Acres

Position: Assistant Professor, PhD, FRHistS
Email: wacres@uwo.ca
Telephone: 519-661-3645
Office: LWH 2250
Office Hours: By Appointment

Research Interests

Professor Acres current work 'Breaking Trust and the New England Company at the Grand River Mission, 1827-1934' and 'John Strype, New Histories and Old Religion, 1680-1737'

Currently Teaching:

HIS 1401 (Summer) Modern Europe 1715 to Present: Conflict and Transformation


Timothy Compeau

Timothy Compeau

Position: Assistant Professor
Email: tcompeau@uwo.ca
Telephone: 519-661-3645
Office: tbd
Office Hours:  by appointment

Research Interests

Professor Compeau researches the cultural history of colonial North America and the Atlantic World with a special interest in honour culture and loyalism in the American Revolution. He also explores the application of augmented reality technology for public history.

Currently Teaching:

 HIS 9808A - Digital Public History (restricted)


Amber Lloydlangston

Lloyd Langston

Position: Assistant Professor
Email: alloydla@uwo.ca
Telephone: TBD
Office: LWH 2245
Office Hours: Thursdays 4:00 - 6:00pm and by appointment 

Research Interests

TBA

Currently Teaching:

HIS 9807B - Introduction to Museology


Alex Souchen

William Acres

Position: Assistant Professor
Email: rsouchen@uwo.ca
Telephone: TBD
Office: LWH 2245
Office Hours: Wednesday 10:00 - 12:00 or by appointment

Research Interests

Professor Souchen researches the history of warfare and its impact on society and the environment. More specifically, he studies the World Wars, munitions disposal, and the material culture of modern war. His research also explores postwar consumerism and the history of pollution and waste in the twentieth century. You can follow him on Twitter

Currently Teaching:

HIS 2177B  The Two World Wars


Don Spanner

Don Spanner

Position: Assistant Professor
Email: dspanner@uwo.ca
Telephone: 519-661-3645
Office: LWH 2201
Office Hours: By Appointment

Research Interests

Professor Spanner's research interests include Archival Studies, Reference Services and Outreach Development, Conservation and Preservation Management and Ontario History

Currently Teaching:

HIS 9806A - Understanding Archives

 


Cary Takagaki

Cary Takagaki

Position: Assistant Professor
Email: ctakagak@uwo.ca
Telephone: 519-661-2111 ext. 80155
Office: LWH 2244
Office Hours: Tuesdays 12:00-1:15pm

Research Interests

Professor Takagaki's research interests include East Asian Studies and Japanese Studies.

Currently Teaching:

HIS 1601E - Survey of East Asian History