My Phd Thesis “The Importance of Being English” can be found here.

My Master’s Thesis “Community and Identity” can be found here.


2017: “Reflections of an Academic Fan,” Time Lords & Tribbles, Winchesters & Muggles: The DePaul Pop Culture Conference – A Five Year Retrospective, edited by Paul Booth and Isabella Menichiello, self published, 2017, 60-2.

2016: “Taking it to the Streets: Negotiating National Identities in Montreal’s Parades, 1840-1880,” in Celebrating Canada: Holidays, National Days, and the Crafting of Identities, edited by Matthew Hayday and Raymond Blake, UTP Press, 2016.

2016: “St Andrew’s Societies in Canada,” Canadian Encyclopedia,

2016: “Irish Canadians,” revisions to original text, Canadian Encyclopedia,

2016: Who Travels with the Doctor? , edited by Gillian I Leitch and Sherry Ginn, McFarland Publishers.

2015:  The Past from the Present, The Future from the Past: Television Explores Time Travel, edited by Sherry Ginn and Gillian I. Leitch. Rowman & Littlefield, 2015.

2015 : “Les anglais de Montreal,” Montréal en Tête: La Mémoire de la Métropole du Québec, #66, Automne 2015.

2015 : “Tips for Starting Your Family’s History,” Journal of the St Andrew’s Society of Montreal, January 2015, 7-9.

2014 : “Entre les tensions et les groupes de pression: les Britanniques de Montréal au temps des Rebellions” in De la représentation a la manifestation : Groupes de pression et enjeux politiques au Québec, XIXe et XXe siècles, Stéphane Savard & Jérôme Boivin, eds., Septentrion Press, 2014, 276-291.

2014: “Les écossais de Montréal,” Montréal en Tête: La Mémoire de la Métropole du Québec, #65, Automne 2014, 14-17.

2014: “The St George’s Society of Montreal Archives: a Discovery,” Journal of the St Andrew’s Society of Montreal, May 2014, 2-4.

2013:       Doctor Who in Time and Space: Essays on Themes, Characters, History and Fandom, 1963-2012, edited by Gillian I Leitch, McFarland Publishers, 2013

2013: “The Cutler Genealogical Oddysey” in Anglo-Celtic Roots, Vol. 19, No 3, Fall 2013, 25-30.

2013 : “Compte Rendu: Le Vert et le bleu: Identité québécoise et identité irlandaise au tournant du XXe siècle, par Simon Jolivet, Université de Montréal, 2011 » Mens, Vol XIII, #2, Printemps 2013, 111-5.

2012: “The Importance of Being English: English Ethnic Culture in Montreal, 1800- 1864,” Locating the Hidden  Diaspora 1500-2010, Tanja Bueltmann, David T Gleeson and Donald M MacRaild, eds., Liverpool University Press, 100-117.

2012: “The Reford Family of Montreal,” Journal of the St Andrew’s Society of Montreal, January 2012: 4-5.

2011:“Compte Rendu: Becoming Native in a Foreign Land: Sport, Visual Culture and Identity in Montreal, 1840-85 par Gillian Poulter,” Translated by Stephane-D Perreault, Mens Vol XI no 2, Printemps 2011, pp. 128-132.

2011: “Ernest Paulin: An Englishman on the Move” on June 27, 2011.

2010:“The Art of the Toast,” Journal of the St Andrew’s Society of Montreal, October 2010, page 3.

2010: Book Review “Daughters of Empire: A Year in Britain and Beyond, Jane Satterfield,in Femspec, Vol 10, Number 2, 2010, page 106.

2009:“175 Years Ago,” in Montreal Scottish Festival Souvenir Program (Montreal Highland Games), 5.

2008:“Compte Rendu: Little, JI, Borderland Religion: The Emergence of an English-Canadian Identity, 1792-1852Revue d’histoire de l’Amérique française Vol. 61, no. 2 (2008), 319-321.

2006: “Antonio Funicelli’s “I thought only of the music” (Translation from French) in The Land Newly Found: Eyewitness Accounts of the Canadian Immigrant Experience.  Norman Hillmer and JL Granatstein, eds.  Thomas Allen Publishers.

2006: “Compte rendu: Radforth, Ian.  Royal Spectacle: the 1860 Visit of the Prince of Wales to Canada and the United States.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004”  Mens Volume VI, 1 (Automne 2005): 119-123.

2006: “Scottish Identity and British Loyalty in Early Nineteenth Century Montreal” in Kingdom of the Mind: The Scots’ Impact on the Development of Canada.  Heather McNabb and Peter Rider eds., McGill-Queen’s University Press, 211-226.

2005:“The Scots in Montreal and their Quest to Stay Scottish” in Montreal-Glasgow, Bill Marshall, ed., University of Glasgow French and German Publications: 67-76.

2005:“Celebrating St. Andrew’s Day in the 1820s” in The Journal of the St. Andrew’s Society of Montreal, January 2005: 7-8.

2004:“Compte rendu: Rudin, Ronald.  Founding Fathers: The Celebration of Champlain and Laval in the Streets of Quebec, 1878-1908, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2003″ Cahiers d’Histoire Vol. 24 no. 1, automne 2004: 244-247.

2004: “Scottish Identity and British Loyalty in Early Nineteenth Century Montreal, , part one” in The Journal of the St. Andrew’s Society of Montreal January 2004.  Part Two, May 2004.  Part Three, September 2004.

2004:“Irish Catholic Leadership in Nineteenth Century Montreal: Research Note” in Cahiers d’Histoire XXIII, 1 (automne 2003): 23-36.

2003: “Compte rendu: Gordon, Alan.  Making Public Pasts. The Contested Terrain of Montreal’s Public Memories, 1891-1930, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2001.”  Revue d’histoire de l’Amérique française   Vol. 56 no. 2, automne 2002: 256-259.

2002:“Communauté et identité: la fondation de l’église de Saint-Patrice de Montréal, 1817-1847″ in Actes de Colloque: 8e Colloque Annuel du Département d’Histoire de l’Université de Montréal,  AEDDHUM: 155-163.

2002: “The Irish Roman Catholics of Montreal in Body Assembled: Ethnic Identity and Separate Worship in Montreal” in Actes de Colloque: Constructions identitaires pratiques sociales: Colloque en hommage à Pierre Savard, Jean-Pierre Wallot, ed.  Les Presses Université d’Ottawa: 205-220.

2002: “Recensions- McNairn, Jeffrey L.  The Capacity to Judge: Public Opinion and Deliberative Democracy in Upper Canada, 1791-1854, University of Toronto Press, 2000.”  Cahiers d’Histoire Vol. 21 no. 2, printemps 2002: 129-131.

2001: “Hume Cronyn,” “James Naismith,” “Thomas Edison,” “Robert MacNeil,” and “William Calvin” in Making it in America: A Sourcebook on Eminent Ethnic Americans.  Elliot Barkan, ed.  ABC-Clio books.

2000:“Thèses à vendre?” (translated by Caroline-Isabelle Caron) & “Theses for sale?” in CHA SHC Bulletin 26.3, 2000: 20-21.

1997:  Administrative History of the Departments of the Government of Alberta.  In-house publication for the Provincial Archives of Alberta.