Adam J. GREEN

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Adam J. GREEN
Member of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies and thereby authorized to supervise theses and Adjunct Professor

2006 ― PhD History and Canadian Studies, University of Ottawa
1999 ― MA History, Queen’s University
1997 ― BA Hons. Psychology, Queen’s University


Work E-mail: agreen@uOttawa.ca

Biography

Selected Publications

“The Canadian Century Research Infrastructure: Enabling Humanities and Social Science Research in the Digital Age,” Digitial Studies/Le champ numérique, (Vol.1, No.2, 2009).

“Telling 1922’s Story of a National Crime: Canada’s First Chief Medical Officer and the Aborted Fight for Aboriginal Health Care.” Canadian Journal of Native Studies, (Volume 26, No.2, 2006), pp.211-228.

“Mapping North America: Visual Representations of Canada and the United States in Recent Academic Work and Editorial Cartoons.”American Review of Canadian Studies. (Volume 37, No.2, 2007), pp.130-149.

Green, Adam J. (May 2006), “Calling the Kettle Black? Recent Trends and Strategies in the Study of the Canadian-American Relationship.”Histoire Social/Social History. (Vol. 39: No.77), pp.257-266.
 

Fields of Interest

  • Canadian Perceptions of the United States
  • Early 20th Century Moral Reform
  • Identity in the Canadian Census
  • Visual Evidence – Use of Editorial Cartoons in Canadian-American Relations
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