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Ryan Eyford

Ryan Eyford Title: Associate Professor
Phone: 204.786.9010
Office: 3A25
Building: Ashdown
Email: r.eyford@uwinnipeg.ca


HIST-1006(3) Indigenous History to 1900: Origins, Contacts, Colonialism
HIST-1007(3) Indigenous History since 1900: Racism, Resistance, Renewal
HIST-2504(3) Survey History of Canada: The National Era, 1867-1939
HIST-2510(3) Indigenous Peoples of Canada to 1815
HIST-2511(3) Indigenous Peoples of Canada since 1815
HIST-3525(3) History of the Metis People in Canada
HIST-4580(6) The Interpretation of Canadian History
HIST-7517(6) Advanced Studies in Canadian Social History (Graduate)

Research Interests:
Western Canada, Indigenous-settler relations, migration, Iceland


White Settler Reserve: New Iceland and the Colonization of the Canadian West.  Vancouver: UBC Press, 2016.

“Close together, though miles and miles apart”: Family, Distance, and Emotion in the Letters of the Taylor Sisters, 1881-1921.” Histoire Sociale/Social History. 47. 96 (May 2016): 67-86.

"Slave Owner, Missionary, and Colonization Agent: The Transnational Life of John Taylor, 1813-1884." in Karen Dubinsky, Adele Perry, and Henry Yu, eds. Within and Without the Nation: Canadian History as Transnational History. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2015.

"Quarantined Within a New Colonial Order: The 1876-1877 Lake Winnipeg Smallpox Epidemic." Journal of the Canadian Historical Association. 17 (2006): 55-78

"From Prairie Goolies to Canadian Cyclones": The Transformation of the 1920 Winnipeg Falcons." Sport History Review. 37.1 (May 2006): 5-18.