Timothy Compeau

I am a historian of the eighteenth century with a particular focus on the cultural history of the Revolutionary period. I received my PhD from the University of Western Ontario in 2015. My current book project explores the role of honor culture in the experience of loyalists in the American Revolution. photo.jpg 

I also research and teach public history and digital history. I was the co-editor of Seeing the Past with Computers: Experiments with Augmented Reality and Computer Vision for History (University of Michigan Press, 2019). I teach Global history at Huron University College in London, Ontario and Digital Public History in the history graduate program at the University of Western Ontario.

I can be reached at tcompeau@gmail.com and you can follow me on Twitter @TimCompeau.

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  1. Tim
    Loyalist Migrations is a most interesting topic. You may be aware of my existence, but just in case, I’m sending my book website address. http://gavinwatt.ca/

    Several of my books provide regimental master rolls of the men who served including details of their home locations and places of settlement in Canada. As well, I prepared a large book entitled “Loyalist Refugees” that dealt with non-military migrants.

    You may find these books useful.


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