Former Affiliated Faculty

Ira B Nadel

Educated at Rutgers and Cornell, Ira Nadel has concentrated on the Victorians and Moderns, while pursuing the critical and practical matters of biography.
Current research involves Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes.

Nataliia Ivchyk

Dr. Nataliia Ivchyk is a Holocaust scholar active in the field of public history and memory politics. She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Sciences at Rivne State University for the Humanities in her hometown of Rivne, Ukraine. She co-founded and manages the NGO "Mnemonics'' devoted to citizenship education and the memory of the multicultural history of the Rivne region. Thanks to all the sponsors supporting the program scholar-at-risk at UBC, Dr. Ivchyk is joining the Department of History as a visiting scholar for the 2022-2023 academic year.

Richard Johnston

Richard Johnston is starting work on a comparative study of campaigns and elections with European and North American cases. He is also continuing his collaborative work on immigration, diversity, multiculturalism, and the welfare state. Read more about Richard Johnston here.

Sima Godfrey

Sima Godfrey is a specialist in 19th-century French literature and cultural history. Her current research interests include discourse of fashionability in modern French culture (19th-20th century) as well as 19th century French cultural memory.  Read more about Sima Godfrey here.