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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org and you can follow me on Twitter @TimCompeau.
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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.