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Christopher Churchill
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Department: Human Studies  
Ph.D.: History
Queen's University, Canada, 2010

M.A.: History
Queen's University, Canada, 2001

B.A.: History (Honours)
Concordia University, 1999

Christopher Churchill is a cultural and intellectual historian of the modern Mediterranean, especially France and Algeria. Churchill grew up between urban Montréal and rural Pictou County in Canada. He received a BA (Honours) from Concordia University, and his MA and PhD from Queen’s University under the supervision of Professor Harold Mah. He is currently working on two articles about French intellectuals, and developing a manuscript based on his dissertation.

Selected Publications
Churchill, Christopher. "Camus and the Theatre of Terror: Artaudian Dramaturgy and Settler Society in the Works of Albert Camus." Modern Intellectual History Volume 7, Number 1 (Cambridge University Press, 2010).

Churchill, Christopher. "A Radical and Elitist Imagination? Political Paternities and Alternatives in the History of Ideas." Affinities: A Journal of Radical Theory, Ideas and Action (2010).

Churchill, Christopher. "The French Conquest of Algeria (1830-1857)," World History Encyclopedia (ABC-CLIO, 2011).

Churchill, Christopher. "Freud and Freudianism," World History Encyclopedia (ABC-CLIO, 2011).