François LALONDE


François LALONDE
Part-Time Professor / Long Term Appointment

2004 - BA, McGill University
2005 - MA, McGill University
2010 - Ph.D., Boston University

Room: Desmarais Building, 55 Laurier Avenue East, Room 9119
Office: 613-562-5800 ext. 1317
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François Lalonde


Biographic Profile


François Lalonde teaches American history and 20th Century history at the University of Ottawa. Before that he taught at the Royal Military College of Canada, at McGill University and at Boston University.


Dr. Lalonde did his PhD at Boston University under the supervision of William R. Keylor, specializing in American history and the history of 20th century international relations. His dissertation, Diverging Visions of Leadership in the Atlantic Alliance, 1957-1963, explored internal power struggles between NATO members in the late 1950s and early 1960s. His research for this project took him to various American presidential libraries as well as to the French and British National Archives. Prior to his PhD, he obtained a BA and MA from McGill University with a specialization in American History. His current area of interest is American political and international relations history during the Cold War and beyond.

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