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Education

Doctorate of Philosophy
(PhD) History, University of Toronto 2015.

Master of Arts
(M.A.) History, Queen’s University 2008.

Bachelor of Arts Honours
(B.A.) History, Trent University 2007.

 


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Presently: R. Roy McMurtry Fellow

Courses Taught

Canada in the Age of Consumption, Trent University, 2016-2017.

The First World War, Trent University, Fall 2016-2017.

History of Espionage, University of Toronto, Summer 2016.

History of Espionage, University of Toronto, 2015-2016.

Canadian History, Trent University, 2015-2016.

Nation and Citizenship, Trent University, 2015.

Selected Invited Talks

“Spectacle, Law and Surveillance: Security as Ideology in the Early Cold War, 1945-1954,” for Security and Intelligence in the Cold War: Australia, Canada and New Zealand compared, hosted by Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand, April 23-24 2016.

“Migration Studies Moving Forward: An Interdisciplinary Conversation,” 23 January 2015,  Department of Historical and Cultural Studies, University of Toronto Scarborough (On Campus talk).

“Gramsci, Neo-Liberalism and Globalization in the Modern Age.” Guest Lecture at Trent University February 15, 2010.

“Offensive or Defensive? Photographic Intelligence and its uses in the Cold War.” Guest Lecture at Trent University, January 18, 2010.


Selected Conferences

“‘Citizens of the World:’ Transnational Radicals, Deportation, and the Politics of Exception in Canada, 1931-1934.” Presented at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Historical Association (CHA) held at Brock University, St. Catharines, ON, May 26-28.

“Annihilation Without Representation: Canada, NATO and the Role of Public Intelligence in the Cuban Missile Crisis.” Presented at XXIX International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA 2010) Toronto, ON, October 6-9, 2010.

“Calculated Diplomacy: John Diefenbaker and the Origins of Canada’s Cuba Policy.” Presented at the 50th International Studies Association Annual Convention in New York, NY, USA, February 15-18, 2009.

“Calculated Diplomacy: John Diefenbaker and the Origins of Canada’s Cuba Policy.” Presented at Conferencia de Estudios Canadienses (National Conference of Canadian Studies) University of Havana, Cuba, February 18-21, 2008.

Research Experience

Head Researcher for Emma Goldman in Canada Exhibit. Commissioned for the 16th Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, University of Toronto, 2014.

Legal Research

Legal researcher for Doane & Young LLP on the case of Mounted Police Association of Ontario et al v Attorney General of Canada, 2008.  Case concerns the ability of RCMP members to unionize.

Head Researcher for Emma Goldman in Canada Exhibit. Commissioned for the 16th Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, University of Toronto, 2014.


Selected Extracurricular University Service

 Organizer for public lecture of Reid Morden, former Director of CSIS entitled “It’s Intelligence gathering Not Policing: Transitioning from the RCMP to CSIS.” 1 March 2016. University of Toronto.

Public talk for Trent University Enrollment & Admissions, 10 December 2015, Trent University Durham Campus.

Volunteer Supervisor for Book Exhibit, Werk: New Gender Histories, 16th Berkshire Conference on the History of Women. Robarts Library, University of Toronto, 2014.

Exhibit Installation for Werk: New Gender Histories, 16th Berkshire Conference on the History of Women. Robarts Library, University of Toronto, 2014.

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Dennis Molinaro is a member of the Canadian Historical Association and the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History