John C. Walsh
|Degrees:||M.A. (Ottawa), Ph.D. (Guelph)|
|Office:||412 Paterson Hall|
John Walsh teaches Canadian history and public history in Carleton University’s Department of History and is the past co-ordinator of the M.A. in Public History Program. He researches Canadian social history and its intersections with issues of space, place, and memory. With James Opp, he is the co-editor of Home, Work, and Play: Situating Canadian Social History 3rd ed. (2015) and Placing Memory and Remembering Place in Canada (2010). In addition to supervising a number of oral history and public history projects, John has also been the facilitator for From the North to the Southway’s Inn, a commemorative art and documentary film project associated with the Lost Stories initiative directed by Ronald Rudin at Concordia University.