Kurt F. Jensen
|Degrees:||BA (Alberta), MA (Alberta), BLS (Alberta), MA (Boston University), PhD (Carleton)|
Dr. Kurt Jensen spent 33 years in the Canadian diplomatic service, often engaged in matters relating to foreign intelligence, a subject on which he taught for more than 10 years at Carleton University. His writings relate primarily to intelligence and international relations. Dr. Jensen is no longer teaching but sits on two boards relating to the history of Canada’s international relations, and continues to publish articles and reviews.
Escape from Germany [Lt. Col. Pete Anderson story]. Commoners’ Publishing, Ottawa, 2019.
Running on Empty: Canada and the Indochinese Refugees, 1975-1980, by Michael J. Molloy, Peter Duschinsky, Kurt F. Jensen, and Robert J. Shalka. McGill-Queens University Press, 2017. Recently translated into Vietnamese: Còng Luŉg Vãn Gánh (Running on Empty: Canada and the Indochinese Refugees, 1975-1980), by Michael J. Molloy, Peter Duschinsky, Kurt F. Jensen, and Robert J. Shalka. Abridged Vietnamese edition. Rayacom, Edmonton. 2021.
Cautious Beginnings: Canadian Foreign Intelligence, 1939-1951. UBC Press, 2008.