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Curriculum Vitae


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RECENT MEDIA APPEARANCES

Name on cenotaph traced to cemetery, by Jessica Kerr, Delta Optimist (Newspaper), Ladner B.C. November 11, 2011.

Bringing their stories to life, by Jessica Kerr, Delta Optimist (Newspaper), Ladner B.C. November 10, 2010.

B.C. Almanac: Interview with Mark Forsythe, CBC Radio One, Vancouver B.C. November 10, 2008.

Mystery of unclaimed ashes, by John Moorhouse, Penticton Herald (Newspaper), Penticton B.C. April 13, 2006.

RECENT CONFERENCE PAPERS

Hill 70: Forgotten Victory, Western Front Association; Victoria, B.C. March 2009.

Identifying Slavs in the Canadian Expeditionary Force, 1914-1918, The Canadian Association of Slavists Conference, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences 2008; U.B.C. Vancouver, B.C. June 2008.

Forestry, Pioneer, and Railway Troops in the C.E.F., Western Front Association; Victoria, B.C. March 2008.

The Short, Unhappy Life of the 41st Battalion, Western Front Association; Victoria, B.C. March 2007.

Russians and Ukrainians in the C.E.F., Western Front Association; Victoria, B.C. March 2006.

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

"Russian-Born Men Who Joined the C.E.F. in British Columbia, 1914-1918" is under review with the editorial board of British Columbia History, the British Columbia Historical Federation.

"For King, Not Tsar: Identifying Ukrainians in the Canadian Expeditionary Force, 1914-1918," Canadian Military History, the Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies, Waterloo, ON. Volume 17, Number 3, Summer 2008, pp. 21-30.

"Alexander's Ashes," The Listening Post, Western Front Association; Victoria, B.C. March 2007.

"The Trail to Cinnabar Trench," The Listening Post, Western Front Association; Victoria, B.C. March 2005.

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