Part Time Faculty

William Acres

William Acres

Position: Assistant Professor
Email: wacres@uwo.ca
Telephone: 519-661-2111 ext. 80153
Office: LWH 2250
Office Hours: By Appointment

Research Interests

Professor Acres is current research is focused on "The Burghley Letters," and two other monographs: "Sir Robert Cecil and the Idea of Britain" CUP.

Currently Teaching:

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


Devon Elliott

Lloyd Langston

Position: Lecturer
Email: delliot8@uwo.ca
Telephone: 519-661-3645
Office: LWH2245
Office Hours: Wednesdays 6:30 - 7:30pm or by appointment

Research Interests

TBA

Currently Teaching:

HIS9832B Interactive Exhibit Design


Amber Lloydlangston

Lloyd Langston

Position: Assistant Professor
Email: alloydla@uwo.ca
Telephone: 519-661-3645
Office: LWH 2245
Office Hours: Thursdays 4:00 - 6:00pm and by appointment 

Research Interests

TBA

Currently Teaching:

HIS 9807B - Introduction to Museology


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 1:00-2:15pm

Research Interests

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

Currently Teaching:

HIS 1601E - Survey of East Asian History


Anna Zuschlag

Anna Zuschlag

Position: Assistant Professor
Email: azuschl@uwo.ca
Telephone: 519-661-3645
Office:  LWH 1221
Office Hours: Tuesdays 11:00-1:00 pm

Research Interests

Professor Zuschlag researches the construction of American New Left manhood during the Vietnam era and its iterations in the years after the war. Her work focuses on the U.S. Selective Service System, draft avoidance and their representation across a variety of popular media in the late 1960s and 1970s, especially on film. She is interested in practices of masculinity, and the intersection of masculinity and violence, particularly during the long Cold War years. Professor Zuschlag heartily champions interdisciplinary approaches to academic study, particularly the integration of popular culture into historical analyses.

Currently Teaching:

AS1020E Winter Term - An Introduction to American Studies