Curriculum Vitae

 Shawn Graham                                                                                                   September 30 2013


2005-6 Postdoctoral Fellow in Roman Archaeology, University of Manitoba

2004    Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, Roehampton University, UK

2002    PhD, Archaeology, School of Human and Environmental Sciences, University of Reading, UK

1998    MA with Distinction, Department of Classics, Faculty of Letters and Social Sciences, University of Reading, UK

1997    BA Hons Archaeology, Department of Classics, Wilfrid Laurier University


a)      Academic employment

2010    Assistant Professor, Department of History, Carleton University (full time)

2009-10  Online Adjunct Professor, College of Liberal Arts, Grand Canyon University (part time)

2009-10 Faculty Specialist, Department of Faculty Training and Development, Grand Canyon University (full time)

2005-10  Course Facilitator, Classics, University of Manitoba, Distance Education (part time)

2007-9  Content Reviewer, CEGEP @ Distance, College Rosemont, Montreal, PQ (part time)

2006-8 Acting Assistant Dean, Robert Welch University (online), Appleton Wisconsin (part time)

2006-8  Research Assistant with Dr. Kevin Kee, ‘Simulating History Project’, Centre for Digital Humanities, Brock University (part time)

2006-7  Teacher, Leading English Education and Resource Network, Shawville, PQ (part time)

2004-5  Teacher, Pontiac High School, Western Quebec School Board (full time)

2003-4 Visiting Professor of Roman Archaeology, University of Roehampton, UK (part time)

2001-2 Sessional Lecturer, Birkbeck College, University College London, UK (part time)

2001 Sessional Lecturer, School of Continuing Education University of Reading, UK (part time)

b)     Other employment                                 

2003-10 President, Cidrerie Coronation Hall Cider Mills, Bristol Quebec (part time)

2003-8 Heritage Consultant, with contracts principally from the National Capital Commission and Parks Canada, and the Fonds Jeunesse Quebec. (part time)

Professional Honours

2013    Desire2Learn Innovation Award in Teaching and Learning, Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

2012    Educational Development Centre Carleton University Excellence in Teaching with Technology Award

2010    Award of Excellence, Grand Canyon University

2006    1st Annual Digital Workshop in the Humanities, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Award for ‘significance, technical innovation, theoretical and methodological sophistication, and creativity of approach’

2004    Elected to Member of the Institute of Field Archaeologists, UK

2004    Postdoctoral Fellowship, Royal Holloway University of London (declined)

2003    Elected to Register of Professional Archaeologists, North America

2000-2 Overseas Research Studentship, Committee of Vice Chancellors and Principals, UK

2000    Fondazione Lemmerman Rome Prize (declined)

1999-02 SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship

Current Research Interests

  • New media and historical consciousness
  • Game based teaching and learning
  • Big data and digital research methods
  • Agent based simulation and archaeology
  • Roman archaeology and the ancient economy




2006 EX FIGLINIS: The Network Dynamics of the Tiber Valley Brick Industry in the Hinterland of Rome. British Archaeological Reports International Series, 1468. (Oxford: John and Erica Hedges Ltd).

Chapters in edited books (* peer reviewed)

*(in press)    ‘Rolling Your Own: On Modding Commercial Games for Educational Goals’ in K. Kee (ed.) Pastplay: Teaching and Learning History with Technology. (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press). 268-286.

*(in press)    K. Kee and S. Graham, ‘Teaching history in an age of pervasive computing: the case for games in the high school and undergraduate classroom’ in Kevin Kee (ed) Pastplay: Teaching and Learning History with Technology. (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press).  337-366  [50/50]

2013    ‘Counting Bricks and Stacking Wood: Providing the Physical Fabric’ in Paul Erdkamp (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to the City of Rome (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).  278-296.

*2013  Graham, S., G. Massie, Nadine Feuerherm. ‘The HeritageCrowd Project: A Case Study in Crowdsourcing Public History’ in Jack Dougherty and Kristen Nawrotzki (eds.) Writing History in the Digital Age. (Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press). 222-232. [70/20/10]

*2013  ‘The Wikiblitz: A Wikipedia Editing Assignment in a First Year Undergraduate Class’ in Jack Dougherty and Kristen Nawrotzki (eds.) Writing History in the Digital Age. (Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press).  75-85.

2012    Graham, S., S. Weingart, I. Milligan. ‘Getting started with Topic Modeling’ in William Turkel and Adam Crymble (eds.) The Programming Historian 2. [70/20/10]

*2010  Kee, K., T. Vaughan, S. Graham. ‘The Haunted School on Horror Hill: A Case Study of Interactive Fiction in the Classroom’. In Youngkyun Baek (ed.) Gaming for Classroom-Based Learning: Digital Role Playing as a Motivator of Study. (Hershey, PA: IGI Global). 113-124. [I wrote the piece, Kee funded it, but Vaughan implemented in classroom and so we recognized that work by making her second author].

2010    ‘Using the Oral Examination for Promoting Undergraduates’ Learning in Roman Archaeology: A New Lecturer’s Improvised Experience’ in Kimm Curran and Lisa Lavender (eds.) Building Inclusive Academic Communities: Case Studies in History, Classics and Archaeology. (Liverpool: The Higher Education Academy Subject Center for History Classics and Archaeology, University of Liverpool). 24-5.

2009     ‘The Space Between: The Geography of Social Networks in the Tiber Valley’ in F. Coarelli and H Patterson (eds.) Mercator Placidissimus: the Tiber Valley in Antiquity. New research in the upper and middle river valley. Proceedings of the Conference held at the British School at Rome, 27-28 Feb. 2004. (Rome: British School at Rome – Edizioni QVASAR).  671-686.

2007    Shawn Graham and G. Ruffini. ‘Network Analysis and Greco-Roman Prosopography’ in K.S.B. Keats-Rohan (ed.) Prosopography Approaches and Applications. A Handbook. (Oxford: Occasional Publications of the Unit for Prosopographical Research, Linacre College). 325-336.

2006    ‘Who’s in Charge? Studying Social Networks in the Roman Brick Industry in Central Italy’, in C. Mattusch and A. Donohue (eds.) Proceedings of the XVIth International Congress of Classical Archaeology. (Oxford: Oxbow Books).  359-362.

2005    ‘Of Lumberjacks and Brick Stamps: Working with the Tiber as Infrastructure’ in A. MacMahon and J. Price (eds.) Roman Working Lives and Urban Living. (Oxford: Oxbow). 106-124.

Articles in refereed journals

*2012  Arya, A., P. Hartwick, S. Graham, N. Nowlan. ‘Collaborating through Space and Time in Educational Virtual Environments: 3 Case Studies.’ Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy 2.

*2009  ‘Behaviour Space: Simulating Roman Social Life and Civil Violence.’ Digital Studies / Le Champ Numérique, 1(2).

*2009  Kee, K., S. Graham, P. Dunae, J. Lutz, A. Large, M. Blondeau, M. Clare. ‘Towards a Theory of Good History Through Gaming’ Canadian Historical Review. 90.2: 303-326.

*2006  ‘Networks, Agent-Based Modeling, and the Antonine Itineraries’. In The Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 19.1: 45-64.

Articles in refereed conference proceedings

*2007  Shawn Graham and J. Steiner. ‘Travellersim: Growing Settlement Structures and Territories with Agent-Based Modelling’ in Jeffrey T. Clark and Emily M. Hagemeister (eds.) Digital Discovery: Exploring New Frontiers in Human Heritage. CAA 2006. Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology. Proceedings of the 34th Conference, Fargo, United States, April 2006. (Budapest: Archaeolingua).  57-70.



Major encyclopedia or dictionary articles

2012    ‘Bricks and brick making, Roman’ The Encyclopedia of Ancient History R. Bagnall, K. Brodersen, C. Champion, A. Erskine, S. Huebner (eds.) (Wiley-Blackwell: Chichester). DOI: 10.1002/9781444338386.wbeah10016


2013    ‘The Brick Stamps’ in S. Hay, S. Keay, and M. Millett (eds.) Ocriculum. An Archaeological Survey of the Roman Town. Archaeological Monographs of the British School at Rome 22. (London: The British School at Rome). 128-131.

2011     ’A brick stamp of Agathobulus’ in D. Stone, D. Mattingly, and N. Ben Lazreg (eds.) Leptiminus (Lamta). Report No. 3 (Portsmouth RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series).  481-484.

2005    ‘Brick Stamps’. In S. Keay, M. Millett, L. Parioli, and K. Strutt (eds.) Portus: an Archaeological Survey of the Port of Imperial Rome. Archaeological Monographs of the British School at Rome 15. (London: The British School at Rome).  177-184.

2004    ‘Three Brick Stamps from Castellum Amerinum’ appendix to Paul Johnson, Simon Keay, and Martin Millett, ‘Lesser urban sites in the Tiber valley: Baccanae, Forum Cassii and Castellum Amerinum’ Papers of the British School at Rome 72: 69-99.

Articles in non-refereed journals and miscellaneous scholarly publications

(in press)  ‘MOOCs and the Historian’ Canadian Historical Association Bulletin. 39.3. November 2013.

(in press)  ‘Gamify My Historian’s Craft’ in Andrew Fisher, Kate Exley, and Dragos Ciobanu. Using Technology to Support Learning and Teaching (Key Guides for Effective Teaching in Higher Education. (New York: Routledge). Case-study sidebar.  Originally posted Feb 25, 2011 on Play the Past

2011    St.Louis, Lisa,  S. Graham ‘The Use of Moodle and Virtual Reality (and Other Emerging Technologies) in Classics Teaching’. Institutio – Rivista di Cultura Classica, Scuole di Specializzazione all’insegnamento secondario del Veneto. 24-42. [50/50]

2005    ‘Agent Based Modeling, Archaeology and Social Organisation: The Robustness of Rome’ The Archaeological Computing Newsletter 63: 1-5.

Book reviews and software reviews in scholarly journals

2013    ‘MAchine Learning for LanguagE Toolkit (MALLET),’ in Journal of Digital Humanities, 2.1.

2007    ‘Second lives: online worlds for archaeological teaching and research: Linden Labs, Second Life,’ Special Reviews Section, European Journal of Archaeology 2007 10:77-79.

2007    Review of Bruun, C. (ed) Interpretare i bolli laterizi di Roma e della valle del Tevere: Produzione, storia economica e topografica. (Acta Instituti Roman Finlandiae 32, Rome 2005) for the Classical Review 57:223-224.

Editorial Responsibilities

Play the Past, co-editor, with Trevor J. Owens.

Papers Presented

a)      To learned societies

2013    ‘Some Assembly Required: Teaching through/with/about/by/because of, the Digital Humanities’ Canadian Network for Innovation in Education, Carleton University, May 2. (Keynote address).

2013    ‘Topic Modeling Time and Space: Archaeological Datasets as Discourses’, Digital Archaeology panelist, Digital Humanities 2013 (annual international conference of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations). Jul 18 Slides, audio, and supporting datasets and research notebook here.

2013    ‘The Connected Past’ Forum panelist, Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting, Honolulu Apr 5. (invited presentation)

2013    ‘Simulation as Deformation’ in ‘Modeling Dynamics for Coupled Social-Natural Systems’ session, Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting, Honolulu Apr 4.

2013    ‘Reanimating Networks with Agent Modeling’ in ‘The Connected Past: critical and innovative approaches to networks in archaeology’ session, Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Apr 4.

2012  Clarke, T, M. Betts, S. Graham, A. Gilchrist ‘3d Modeling for the Masses: New Technologies that make virtual archaeology accessible’ Canadian Archaeology Association Annual Meeting, May 17.

2011 ‘Signal Versus Noise: Why Academic Blogging Matters, a structural argument’ in ‘Blogging Archaeology’ session, Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting, Sacramento, Apr 3.

2007    ‘Why Read About Rome When You Can Build It? Games, Simulations and Immersive Learning’ Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Classical Association Memorial University, May 22.

2006    ‘TravellerSim: An Agent Based Model of Settlements and Situations’ Society for Digital Humanities Conference at the Congress of the Humanities. York University.  May 26.

2006    ‘Community Building and Archaeology: An Experience in Western Quebec’ 39th Annual Canadian Archaeological Association Conference. University of Toronto May 27th.

2006    ‘From Groundhog Day to the Ides of March: What Bill Murray and Sid Meier Can Teach Us About Classical Civilization’ Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Classical Association University of Toronto May 25.

2003    ‘The Complex Dynamics of the Tiber Valley Brick Industry’, invited paper in the ‘Roman Landscapes of the Middle Tiber Valley’ session at the 5th Roman Archaeology Conference, University of Leicester Apr 4.

2000    ‘Of Lumberjacks, Logdrivers, and Brickstamps: Understanding the Tiber River As Infrastructure’. 10th Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, Institute of Archaeology, University College London, Apr 6.

b)     To other academic bodies

2013    ‘Practical Necromancy: Simulation and Agent Based Modeling in the Humanities’, Scholars’ Lab, University of Virginia, Mar 21. (invited presentation)

2013    ‘Living the Life Electric: On Becoming a Digital Humanist’, Luncheon Address, 19th Underhill Graduate Student Colloquium, Carleton University, Mar 7th.

2013    ‘Agent Modeling and ORBIS: Directions for the Future’. The Future of ORBIS – Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis & Department of Classics Stanford University, Feb 14. (invited presentation)

2012    ‘Augmented Reality’ THATCamp Computer Applications in Archaeology, North America Chapter, University of Virgina, Aug 10.

2012    ‘Game workshop’ THATCamp Great Lakes, Western University, Apr 20.

2012    ‘Networking Roman History’ Colloquium on Digital Humanities, FASS, Carleton University Mar 23. (invited presentation)

2012    ‘Networks, Data Mining, and Archaeology: Computational Approaches to Networks of Power and Influence at Rome and Constantinople’. The Social Network in Byzantium and its Neighbors Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Mar 16, Washington, D.C. (invited presentation)

2011    ‘The Game is Afoot: Archaeology, Cultural Heritage, and Gamification’. AT&T Visiting Lecturer, Department of Anthropology, Michigan State University, Sep 17. (invited presentation)

2011    Panelist, Brown-bag round table on Digital Archaeology, Department of Anthropology, Michigan State University, Sep 16. (invited presentation)

2011    ‘Roman Logging and Agent Based Modelling’, Land and Natural Resources in the Roman World, University of Ghent. May 28. (invited presentation)

2011    ‘Serious Games’ THATCamp Great Lakes, Michigan State University Apr 30.

2010    ‘Metagaming’ Playing with Technology in History Brock University Apr 29. (invited presentation)

2009    ‘Networks, Complexity, and Agent Based Modeling in Ancient History’  Hispanic Baroque Project, University of Western Ontario, Dec 8. (invited presentation)

2007    ‘Modding & Scenario Building in the Classroom,’ Serious Games Symposium  Montreal International Games Summit 07, Nov 28. (invited presentation)

2007    ‘Of Past Lives and Second Lives: Archaeological Thoughts on the Metaverse’ Interacting With Immersive Worlds Brock University Jun 4.

2006    ‘Purges, Proscriptions, and the Archaeology of Roman Social Organisation: an Agent Based Simulation of an Ancient Society’ First Annual Nebraska Workshop in Digital Humanities, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Sep 23.

2005    ‘Networks, Agent-Based Models and the Antonine Itineraries’. 35th Annual Medieval Workshop Cartography in Antiquity and the Middle Ages: Fresh Perspectives, New Methods. University of British Columbia Oct 28.

2004    ‘The Space Between: Places and Connections in the Tiber Valley’ Tiber Valley Workshop 04, The British School at Rome. Feb 28.

2003    ‘The Roman Brick Industry in the Tiber Valley’. Tiber Valley Workshop 03, The British School at Rome. Mar 1.

2001    ‘Brick Supply to Rome’ Ancient Architecture Discussion Group, School of Archaeology, University of Oxford.  May 8. (invited presentation)

2001    ‘The Tiber as Infrastructure’. Roman Working Lives and Urban Living Conference, Centre for Roman Provincial Archaeology, University of Durham. Jul 14.

c)      Non-academic talks

2012    ‘Pop-up Museum Catalogues’ Ontario Augmented Reality Network Conference, Oct 5.

2012    ‘Digital Tools for Teaching’ EDC Teaching Talk, EDC, Carleton University Nov 19.

2012    ‘We Build Things: A Teaching Philosophy’ New Faculty Teaching Showcase, EDC, Carleton University, Aug 21.

2011    ‘Gamefication’ EDC Teaching Roundtable EDC, Carleton University Nov 18.

2011    ‘Be Edupunk’ New Faculty Teaching Showcase, Aug 25.

2011    ‘Digging for engagement’ FYSM Workshop, Carleton University, Aug 15.

2010    ‘Virtual Worlds for Archaeology’ WAGenesis Developer Community, given in-world Apr 12.

2008    ‘The Heritage Inventory of Gatineau Park’ Friends of Gatineau Park Annual Research Forum. Chelsea, Quebec. Oct 18.

2007    ‘The Wood Molybdenum Mine – the Moss Mine – in Onslow Township Quebec. Archaeological and Heritage potentials’. The Friends of Gatineau Park Annual Research Forum, Chelsea, Quebec. Oct 13.

Other Important Forms of Scholarly Productivity

a)      Research Blogging

2006-2013 Electric Archaeology: Digital Media for Learning and Research.

2010-2013 Play the Past

2006-2013 Graeworks Shawn Graham’s Digital Repository of Academic Work.

b)     Simulations & Interactive Data Explorations

2013    ‘The Roman Bazaar’

2013    ‘8000 Canadians’ The Macroscope 

2013    ‘Topics connecting the lives of 8000 Canadians’ The Macroscope

2013    In-browser topic model generator for the diaries of John Adams The Macroscope

2012    ‘Stranger in these parts’—v01

2011    Graham, S. A. Ali, N. Nowlan, V Khalaf. ‘Archaeology simulation’ in the Virtual Carleton Campus,

2009    ‘PatronWorld: Agent Based Simulation of Patron-Client Relationships and Civil Violence in the Roman World’

2006    ‘Travellersim: Settlements, Territories, and Social Networks’

2006    ‘CityLife’

2006    ‘The Year of the Four Emperors’ Civilization IV scenario and lesson plan.

2005    ‘Agent Based Simulation of Information Transmission Along the Antonine Itineraries’

c)      Software building & platforms

2013    S. Graham, S Eve. Historical Friction (alpha release)


source code:


2012-2013       Looted Heritage: Monitoring the Illicit Antiquities Trade

2011-2012       HeritageCrowd

2011-2012       Stories from the Crowd

d)     Datasets

2012    ‘CIL XV.1 Instrumentum Domesticum (a working copy).’ Figshare.


2012    ‘Topic models generated from reports collected during the 1st quarter of 2012 on Looted Heritage.’  Figshare.


2012    ‘Catalogue of Roman Stamped Bricks held at the British School at Rome’. Figshare.

2012    ‘XRD Results of analysis of selected Roman stamped bricks held at the British School at Rome.’ Figshare.


2012    ‘XRF results (traces) of analysis of selected Roman stamped bricks from the British School at Rome.’ Figshare.

2012    ‘XRF Results (majors) of analysis of selected Roman stamped bricks held at the British School at Rome.’ Figshare.

e)      Online teaching materials and presentations

2012    ‘A Brief and Incomplete Survey of the Digital Humanities’


2011    ‘Digital Tools & Perspectives for New Graduate Students in History’

2011    ‘Adventures in Gamification’–pmtgn2/adventures-in-gamification-shawn-graham/

Research Grants

a)      Government or extra-university

2013    Co-applicant. SSHRC Connections Grant, ‘Champlain dans l’Aninishinabe Aki’. Dominique Marshall, PI. $35,542.

2013    Co-applicant. 4A Grant, ‘Phenomenology of Virtual Spaces: Digital Archaeology and the Underground Cities of Cappadocia’. Jim Davies, PI. $5,000.

2011    Collaborator. SSHRC Insight Development Grant, ‘Hate 2.0’. Jennifer Evans, Joshua Greenburg, Christiane Wilke, PIs. $74,263.

2011    Collaborator. Canada Interactive Fund, ‘Rideau Canal Heritage Visualization Project’. James Opp, Anthony Whitehead, PIs. $94,560.

2011    Collaborator. Canada Interactive Fund, ‘First Encounters’. Elaine Keillor, PI. $320,099.

2010    Collaborator. NiCHE grant for teaching, ‘Historical Landscapes of the Chaudiere’. James Opp, PI. $5000

b)     University

2012    Advisory board member. Carleton Innovation Forum, ‘Carleton Network for Business History’. Leighann Neilson, Director. $25,000.

2011    Co-applicant, Advisory board member. Carleton Innovation Forum, ‘DH@CWorks: Digital History at Carleton Workshop’. James Opp, Director. $25,000

2011    PI. Junior Research Award Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Carleton University, ‘Back to the Future: Text Messaging, Social Media, and Widening Access to Digital Media for Heritage and Public History’. $7,000.

Services to the Profession

b)         Scholarly assessments


2013 Peer reviewer, Advances in Archaeological Practice


2013 Peer reviewer, Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology


2013 Peer reviewer, Journal of Archaeological Science


2012 Peer reviewer, Journal of Canadian Studies


2012 Editor at Large, Digital Humanities Now, week of June 11-15 (the summer editorial duties involve a weekly rota of volunteers who sift through various streams of data for the best work from that week).


2012 Reviewer, Canadian Historical Association Annual Conference Program Committee


2012 Reviewer, Compute Canada Humanities Projects Committee

2011-13 Member, College of Reviewers, Computer Applications in Archaeology Conference

c)      Other

2012 Organizer, THATCamp Accessibility (Humanities and Technology ‘un-conference’) with undergraduate student Hollis Pierce, and assistance of Dean Mellway and Dale Stephenson, READ Initiative, Carleton University. Oct 27.


2011 Member of the organizing committee, THATCamp Great Lakes (Humanities and Technology ‘un-conference’).


2010-11 Member, Public Archaeology Committee of the Canadian Archaeological Association.

2006-8 Member of Board of Directors, Friends of Gatineau Park

2007-8 Chair of the Social and Cultural Heritage Committee, Friends of Gatineau Park

2003-2013 advisor to the MRC Pontiac Heritage Committee on ad-hoc basis on multiple projects, including the Parc des Sault des Chats and heritage legislation in the Province of Quebec as it pertains to the CN rail line through Pontiac County


Consultancies and Contract Research

2007    Methodology Report for the Heritage Inventory Update of Gatineau Park,  National Capital Commission, Ottawa, Ontario

2006    Bureau d’évaluation des édifices fédéraux du patrimoine rapport point de repère: 05-155 Maison et hangar à la station de phare de l’Île du Rocher-aux-Oiseaux, Grosse-Île, Qué.

2006    Bureau d’évaluation des édifices fédéraux du patrimoine rapport point de repère: 05-154 Hangar et criard à brume à la station de phare de Cap d’Espoir, Percé, Qué.

2006    Bureau d’évaluation des édifices fédéraux du patrimoine rapport point de repère: 05-153 Hangar 1 et Hangar 2 à la station de phare de Cap des Rosiers, Gaspé, Qué.

2005    Graham, S. and G. Graham, ‘Settlement History and Archaeology along the North Shore of the Ottawa River, Pontiac County, Quebec’ in A Background Study for Nomination of the Ottawa River under the Canadian Heritage Rivers System.

2004    Graham S., and J. Murphy. ‘Architectural Study of the Fairbairn House’. Fairbairn House Museum Cooperative, Wakefield Quebec.

2003    Graham S., and A. Bradley ‘Annual Report on work carried out by Dr. Shawn Graham and Miss Andrea Bradley MIFA at the Bristol Post Office and the Armstrong Brickyards’

2003    Graham, S., J. Murphy, Bradley, A., Rusenstrom, H. ‘The Archaeological and Heritage Resources of Bristol Quebec GIS CD-Rom’, Fonds Jeunesse Quebec

Academic Responsibilities

a)      Graduate courses taught


HIST5702x Digital History, Winter 2012


HIST6602 Minor in Public History, Fall 2013. Team taught with David Dean, John Walsh, Paul Litt, James Opp, Bruce Elliott.


HIST6701 Directed Studies – History and Political Economy. Fall 2011. Team taught with Dominique Marshall, Sonya Lipsett-Rivera, Marc Saurette, Paul Nelles, David Dean, Rod Phillips, Barry Wright, Cristina Rojas.


b)     Undergraduate courses taught


FYSM1405a Digital History/Digital Antiquity.

2010 F – 2011W (elective course)

2011 F – 2012 W (elective course)


HIST2809 The Historian’s Craft.

2011W, F (elective course)

2012 F (required course)

2013 W, F (required course)


HIST3812a Digital History: Video Games & Simulation for Historians

2013 W (elective course)


HIST3902a Topics in European History: City and Countryside in the Ancient World

2012 F (elective course)


CLCV3202a/HIST3101a Roman Archaeology for Historians

2013 F (elective course)


c)      Supervision


2011-2013 Peter Holdsworth, ‘Commemorative Social Networks and the War of 1812’. Co-supervisor with John Walsh.


2011 Stephen Jarret, ‘Cultural Heritage Landscape Assessment: Establish Best Practice’. Co-supervisor with Paul Litt.






2012-13 HIST4910 Allison Smith, ‘Black History in Canada’. Co-supervisor with James Miller.


2011-12 DIST4908 Zach Battist, ‘Feasting in Bronze Age Greece: A Network Analysis Approach’.


d)     Theses examined for other departments at Carleton


2013 HIST4910 Sarah Grant, Greek and Roman Studies (cross-listed)

2013 HIST4910 Kathleen McFarland, Greek and Roman Studies (cross-listed)

Administrative Responsibilities at Carleton

a)      Department

2011-13 Faculty Co-advisor with A. Diptee and A. Bennet, Undergraduate History Society
2010-13 Communications Committee
2010-13 European Area Committee
2010-13 Public History Committee

b)     Faculty

2012 -13 Collaborative MA in Digital Humanities Steering Committee
2011 (Fall) Academic Computing Committee, FASS Representative

c)      University

2013 Online Learning Working Group
2013 Selection Committee for EDC Teaching with Technology Award
2012 Digital Media Consultation Group
2012 AVP (Teaching and Learning) Search Committee
2011 (Fall) Learning Management System Migration Committee
2011 Member, Interactive Media and Educational Technologies International Forum (Interactive Media Group, Carleton School of Information Technology & Department of Systems and Computer Engineering).

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