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Michel Hogue


Degrees:B.A. (Simon Fraser), M.A. (Calgary), Ph.D. (Wisconsin)
Phone:613-520-2600 x 2845
Office:445 Paterson Hall

Michel Hogue is a professor in Carleton’s Department of History. He teaches courses in Canadian, American and Indigenous histories and is particularly interested in the history of the North American West, Metis and First Nations histories, North American borderlands and the histories of race and ethnicity.

“I’m honoured to be part of this conversation and to help support the efforts to enhance the university’s relationships with Indigenous communities in Ottawa and beyond,” said Hogue. “I see this as a tremendous learning opportunity, as well as an opportunity to help formulate concrete actions that will help meet the challenges issued by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.”

He is currently working with colleagues at the University of Alberta and the Gabriel Dumont Institute on a project that investigates recording and archiving mid-20th century Metis histories in Saskatchewan.

Hogue received a BA from Simon Fraser University, an MA from the University of Calgary and a PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.