Part Time Faculty

William Acres

William Acres

Position: Assistant Professor, PhD, FRHistS
Email: wacres@uwo.ca
Telephone: 519-438-7224 ext. 608
Office: 2245

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'


Oleksa Drachewych

Drachewych

Position: Assistant Professor
Email: odrachew@uwo.ca
Telephone:  519-661-2111 ext. 88552
Office: 2233

Research Interests

Professor Drachewych’s research interests focus on the history of Russian foreign policy, the history of international
communism, and transnational anti-imperialism. Professor Drachewych has also authored several book reviews in
Canadian Slavonic Papers, Europe-Asia Studies, Revolutionary Russia, and elsewhere. He serves as a reviews editor
for H-Russia.


Michael S. Fulton

Michael Fulton

Position: Assistant Professor
Email:mfulton8@uwo.ca 
Telephone: 519-661-3645

Office: LWH 2265

Professor Fulton studies the history and archaeology of conflict during the Middle Ages, focusing primarily on the crusades and interactions in the Levant during the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. His current research projects relate to the contest for control of Egypt in the late twelfth century and the history and development of the great castle of Kerak in Transjordan. 


Andrew Iarocci

Andrew Iarocci

Position: Adjunct Assistant Professor
Email: aiarocc@uwo.ca
Telephone: 519-661-3645
Office: LWH 2237

Research Interests

Adjunct Assistant Professor Iarocci's research interests encompass twentieth-century warfare, military transportation and procurement, and more generally, the material culture of modern conflict.


Erin Isaac

Monda Halpern

Position: Lecturer
Email: eisaac3@uwo.ca 
Telephone: 519-661-3645
Office: LWH 1202

Research Interests

Erin Isaac specialises in histories of race, religion, and environment, with a focus on lived experience in colonial British North America. Her research considers the ways Black, white, and Indigenous communities in Nova Scotia experienced and reacted to the colony’s climate.


Amber Lloydlangston

Lloyd Langston

Position: Assistant Professor
Email: alloydla@uwo.ca
Telephone: 519-661-3645

Jean-Pierre Morin

Jean-Pierre Morin

Position: Lecturer
Email: jmorin22@uwo.ca

Research Interests

Since 2000, Jean-Pierre Morin is the departmental historian for Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada and Indigenous Services Canada, formerly the Department of Indigenous Affairs and Northern Development, specializing in the history of government policy, administration of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, and the history of treaty-making. Jean-Pierre is currently working on a comprehensive history of the administration of federal Indigenous affairs as well as developing new historical learning tools for federal public servants. In 2018, his book “Solemn Words and Foundational Documents: an Annotated Discussion of Indigenous-Crown Treaties in Canada, 1752-1923” was published by University of Toronto Press.


Allen Priest

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Position: Assistant Professor
Email: apriest4@uwo.ca
Telephone: 519-661-3645
Office: LWH 2245

Research Interests

Professor Priest’s research interests focus on the political history of Canada and the United States, especially during the Cold War era. His work examines how gender norms, specifically hegemonic masculine ideals, intersect with political discourse.


Don Spanner

Don Spanner

Position: Assistant Professor
Email: dspanner@uwo.ca
Telephone: 519-661-2111 ext.83645


Research Interests

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


Cristina Stoica

Monda Halpern

Position: Lecturer
Email:cstoica2@uwo.ca
Telephone: 519-661-3645

 

Office: LWH 2237

Research Interests

Cristina Stoica's research interests include the history of modern genocide and mass violence, and state formation, migration, ethnicity, and ethno-nationalism in modern European history.


Cary Takagaki

Cary Takagaki

Position: Assistant Professor
Email: ctakagak@uwo.ca
Telephone: 519-661-2111 ext. 80155

Research Interests

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


Jeffery Vacante

Jeffery Vacante

Position: Assistant Professor
Email: jvacant2@uwo.ca
Telephone: 519-661-2111 ext. 89269
Office: STvH 2124

Research Interests

Professor Vacante is a Canadian historian who specializes in the intellectual, political, and gender history of Quebec. His work examines Quebec nationalism in the twentieth century.

Master's and Co-Doctoral Level supervisory privileges