Meet the Wilson Institute: Dr. Maxime Dagenais
Maxime Dagenais is the Research Coordinator at the Wilson Institute and was, until recently, a SSHRC post-doctoral fellow at the McNeil Center for Early American Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. He received a PhD in French and British North American history from the University of Ottawa in 2011 and was a L.R. Wilson post-doctoral fellow at the Wilson Institute for Canadian History (2012‒14). He has published in several academic journals, including Canadian Military History and Bulletin d’histoire politique, and co-authored a book entitled The Land in Between: The Upper St. John Valley, Prehistory to World War One. He has also written over a dozen articles for The Canadian Encyclopedia and has two forthcoming articles with Quebec Studies and American Review of Canadian Studies. Max is also currently editing a volume on the 1837‒38 rebellions and the United States – The ‘Canadian Revolution’ and the American People – currently under consideration for publication with the Rethinking Canada in the World series published by McGill-Queen’s University Press.