Instructor, History
School of Humanities
Faculty of Arts and Sciences

604.986.1911 ext. 2479
Fir Building, room FR404


PhD (History), University of Victoria, 2010.

MA (History), University of Victoria, 2001.

BA, University of Alberta, 1985.


Denis Dubord (PhD, University of Victoria, 2010) is a historian, educated at the University of Victoria and the University of Alberta, and has been a member of the faculty at Capilano University since 2006.

I have a long-held passion for history and consider myself to be extremely fortunate to be in a position of being able to facilitate a greater meaningful appreciation of things historical in others.

I am, and always have been, interested in a wide range of historical subjects and topics.

My main areas of applied research interest are in the genres of military, cultural and social history, especially as these relate to the fields of European, Canadian and world history.

Academic Awards and Honours

Departmental Fellowship, History department, University of Victoria, 2002-05.

Learned Societies Scholarship, University of Victoria, 2004-05.

Margaret DeSantis Memorial Scholarship, University of Victoria, 2002.

Lieutenant-General S.F. Clark, CBE, CD Scholarship, University of Victoria, 1999.

Study-Tour Bursary, Canadian Battle of Normandy Foundation, 1999.

Tatton Anfield Prize in American History, University of Victoria, 1999.

Instructional Awards and Honours

Andy Farquharson Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching, University of Victoria, 2006.

Graduate Teaching and Research Fellowship, University of Victoria, 1999-2005.