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Randall, Stephen James 1 CURRICULUM VITAE STEPHEN JAMES RANDALL FRSC Professor of History Emeritus/Faculty Professor University of Calgary Department of History, Social Sciences Building, 2500 University Drive N.W. Calgary AB T2N 1N4 Bus. Tel: (403) 830-1938/ Bus. Fax: (403) 289-8566 e-mail: srandall@ucalgary.ca EDUCATION PhD - University of Toronto - History/International Relations - 1972 MA - University of Toronto - United States and European History - 1967 BA - University of Western Ontario – Honours History (with English, Geography, Political Science) - 1966 ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 2014- Professor Emeritus/Faculty Professor, University of Calgary 1989-2013- Professor of History, University of Calgary 2010- 2014 Director, Latin American Research Centre, University of Calgary 2009-2010- Senior Fellow Canadian International Council 2007- Fulbright Chair in North American Studies, American University, Washington DC 2006- 2009 Director, Institute for United States Policy Research 1994 –Aug. 2006- Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Calgary 2002- 2005 Special Advisor to the President for the Academic Plan: Raising Our Sights 1989-97- Professor and Imperial Oil-Lincoln McKay Chair in American Studies, University of Calgary 1984-87 Chairman, Department of History, McGill University 1984 Visiting Professor San Diego State University (summer session) 1975-78 Chairman, Department of History, McGill University 1974-89 Assistant to Full Professor, McGill University
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    CURRICULUM VITAE

    STEPHEN JAMES RANDALL FRSC

    Professor of History Emeritus/Faculty Professor University of Calgary

    Department of History, Social Sciences Building, 2500 University Drive N.W.

    Calgary AB T2N 1N4 Bus. Tel: (403) 830-1938/ Bus. Fax: (403) 289-8566

    e-mail: srandall@ucalgary.ca

    EDUCATION

    PhD - University of Toronto - History/International Relations - 1972 MA - University of Toronto - United States and European History - 1967 BA - University of Western Ontario – Honours History (with English,

    Geography, Political Science) - 1966

    ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

    2014- Professor Emeritus/Faculty Professor, University of Calgary 1989-2013- Professor of History, University of Calgary 2010- 2014 Director, Latin American Research Centre, University of Calgary 2009-2010- Senior Fellow Canadian International Council 2007- Fulbright Chair in North American Studies, American University, Washington DC 2006- 2009 Director, Institute for United States Policy Research 1994 –Aug. 2006- Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Calgary 2002- 2005 Special Advisor to the President for the Academic Plan: Raising Our Sights 1989-97- Professor and Imperial Oil-Lincoln McKay Chair in American Studies, University

    of Calgary 1984-87 Chairman, Department of History, McGill University 1984 Visiting Professor San Diego State University (summer session) 1975-78 Chairman, Department of History, McGill University 1974-89 Assistant to Full Professor, McGill University

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    1971-74 Lecturer to Assistant Professor, University of Toronto 1967 Instructor, National University, Bogotá, Colombia

    DISTINCTIONS

    ♦ Orden de San Carlos, Gran Oficial- awarded by the President and Foreign Minister of

    Colombia- November 2013 ♦ Lifetime Public Service Award, Canadian Council for the Americas, September 2012. ♦ Awarded Senior Fellow Appointment, Canadian International Council 2009-2010 ♦ Fulbright Chair in North American Studies and Visiting Fellow, American University,

    Washington DC, 2007. ♦ Awarded Grand Cross, Award of Merit, by Presidential Decree, Government of Colombia,

    March, 2000. Award was for career contributions to an understanding of Colombian society and inter-American relations.

    ♦ International Achievement Award, University of Calgary, 2005. ♦ Appointed to the College of Reviewers, Canada Research Chairs and Canada Foundation for Innovation, 2000. ♦ Elected, Royal Society of Canada, 1996. I have chaired the Tyrell Medal Committee and the Fund Development Committee of the Royal Society of Canada and served two terms on the nominating committee. ♦ Honourable Mention, Wallace K. Ferguson Prize, Canadian Historical Association for

    1978 – 1980, best book in non-Canadian History. ♦ Honourable Mention, Frederick Jackson Turner Prize, Organization of American

    Historians, 1974, best first book on any aspect of U.S. History. ♦ Fellow, Canadian Defence and Foreign Affairs Institute, 2006- ♦ Directory Listings: Who's Who in Canada, Who's Who in America.

    TEACHING AND RESEARCH FIELDS

    1. Inter-American Relations (including United States-Canada). 2. United States, colonial to the present. 3. Latin America, 1800 to the present.

    ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

    University Appointments: Calgary:

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    • Director, Institute for United States Policy Research, School of Policy Studies, 2006-2009 • Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Calgary, 1994-2006. Social Sciences, with

    9 disciplinary based departments and a range of interdisciplinary programs was the largest faculty at the University of Calgary, with more than 2,500 majors, honours and graduate students, 20,000 full course enrollees, and more than 250 faculty and staff)

    • Member, General Faculties Council, University of Calgary, 1994-2006 • Member, Executive Committee, General Faculties Council, University of Calgary • Member and sometimes chair, Executive Committee, Deans Council, University of

    Calgary • Board of Governors, Elected and appointed by Minister of Advanced Education, University

    of Calgary (served briefly) • Special Advisor to the President on the Academic Plan, University of Calgary • Senate, University of Calgary, elected member, two terms • Vice-President’s representative on Collective Bargaining, University of Calgary • Chair, General Faculties Council ad-hoc Committee on Administrative Assessments,

    University of Calgary • Chair of the Board, Institute for Advanced Policy Research, University of Calgary- 2005-

    2006 • Latin American Research Centre (Calgary)- Board Chair and Member of Board 2000-2007 • Centre for Military and Strategic Studies (Calgary)- Chair Advisory Board 2000-2006 • Chair, Board of Governors, Prairie Centre of Excellence on Immigration and Integration

    (SSHRC and Canada Citizenship and Immigration, includes 6 prairie universities), 1997- 2002.

    • Member, Board of Directors, Van Horne Institute for Transportation and Regulation • University representative to the Calgary Chamber of Commerce 1997-2000. Served on the

    Education Committee.

    McGill University:

    • Executive Council, Graduate Studies, McGill University • Chair, University Library Committee, McGill University • Member of ad-hoc committee to draft and implement University Grievance Procedures,

    McGill University • Member of ad-hoc committee to review ethics guidelines for military contracts under non-

    war conditions, McGill University • Chair, Program Committee, Faculty of Arts, McGill University • Senate, McGill University, elected member, several terms

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    National/International Service: International Elections/Development: Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade

    • Civil Society Representative, Central American Security Conference, Guatemala, June 2011

    United Nations:

    • Appointed by the Department of External Affairs and Elections Canada to supervise elections in Nicaragua (1990), Cambodia (United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia, 1993).

    Organization of American States:

    • El Salvador – Election Observer, Congressional Elections (1991), • Venezuela – OAS election coordinator for state of Carabobo (1993).

    Carter Presidential Center:

    • Carter Center, Election Monitor, Venezuela Recall Referendum, August 2004; Jamaica 1997; Nicaragua presidential Election 2006

    United States Agency for International Development:

    • Consultant:, United States Agency for International Development and the Asia Foundation, Evaluation of the role of US-funded NGOs in the July 1998 congressional elections in Cambodia.

    Canadian International Development Agency:

    • Consultant, Canadian Foundation for the Americas, Canadian International Development Agency and Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade for the Santiago Summit of the Heads of State in the Americas, 1997. Prepared main paper used in national consultations on hemispheric integration, democracy and human rights.

    • Consultant to the Canadian International Development Agency review of developments in the Caribbean and Latin America, 1994. Prepared background papers, briefing sessions and chaired three seminars of regional participants, one in Barbados on the Caribbean

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    region; one in San José, Costa Rica on Central America; and one in Santiago, Chile on South America.

    Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (Canada):

    • Delegate and presenter to the Foreign Ministers, Special Summit of the Americas, Monterrey, Mexico, January 2004

    • Delegate (Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade), Summit of the

    Americas, Quebec City, April 26-29, 2001

    • Consultant, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, concept paper on

    non-trade NAFTA issues, 1998.

    • Member of the Group for a Foreign Policy Review of Canada-Latin America Relations, Department of External Affairs and Canada-Latin America Forum, Ottawa, 1994. Parliament of Canada: House of Commons:

    • Invited presenter, Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade on the Implications for Canada-United States Relations of September 11/01. Fall 2001.

    • Invited Presenter, Subcommittee on Human rights and Development, Parliamentary

    Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade, on Human rights and security issues in Colombia. February 2002.

    • Invited Presenter, Parliamentary Committee on Canadian Foreign Affairs, Review of

    Policy on the Free Trade Area of the Americas, 1999.

    • Invited panelist/presenter on Canada-United States Relations, Canada, Joint

    Parliamentary Committee Reviewing Canadian Foreign Policy, Ottawa, 1994.

    • Invited presenter on Canadian foreign policy in the Americas, Subcommittee of the Joint Parliamentary Committee Reviewing Canadian Foreign Policy, Calgary, 1994. Boards of Directors:

    • Canadian Council for the Americas-Alberta (current)

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    • CODE Inc., (Ottawa)- Member of Board of Directors, 2006-2007 • Van Horne Institute for Transportation and Regulation, 1995-2006

    • Latin American Research Centre, University of Calgary (since 2000) .

    Other Professional and Community Service:

    • Founding President, Rocky Mountain Civil Liberties Association, Calgary

    • Member, National Vanier Doctoral Fellowship Committee, Ottawa. 3 year term

    • President, Canadian Institute for International Affairs (Calgary Branch), 2001-2005

    • Chair, Fundraising Committee, Royal Society of Canada, 1999 - 2002 and member of the Finance Committee, Academy II, 1996 - 2002.

    • University Representative, Calgary Chamber of Commerce, 1994 - 2000.

    • Member of Council, Canadian Historical Association, 1999 -2001; Chair, Nominating

    Committee, 1992 - 1993. Wallace K. Ferguson Prize Committee, 1985 - 1986.

    • Fulbright Program for Canada, Adjudication Committee Member 1990 – 1995, chair, 1993-95.

    • Corey Prize Committee, Canadian Historical Association/American Historical Association,

    1991 - 1992.

    • Member of Executive, Canadian Association of American Studies, 1989 -2000.

    • Member of Academic Advisory Panel, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 1985 – 1987. Member and Chair, Adjudication Committee for Research Grants in History and History of Science, 1983 - 1986.

    PUBLICATIONS AND CURRENT PROJECTS

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    Books and Book Chapters Books:

    • Not Just About Drugs: Colombian-United States Relations Since 1974 (Bogota: Random House Colombia, 2016)- in press in Spanish.

    • Canada and the United States: Ambivalent Allies (University of Georgia Press and

    McGill-Queen’s University Press, 4th edition, revised, 2008). Co-author John H. Thompson

    • Alfonso López Michelsen: Su vida, su época (Bogotá: Villegas Editores, 2007). This is

    the authorized and official biography of López Michelsen, President of Colombia 1974-78.

    • United States Foreign Oil Policy Since World War I (McGill-Queen’s University Press,

    2005). This is a new and significantly expanded edition of the 1985 volume. The original volume covered the period 1919-1947; the new volume extended the analysis to 2004. Paperback edition published 2007.

    • Ambivalent Allies: The United States and Canada (Athens: University of Georgia Press,

    1994, 2nd revised edition, 1996; 3rd revised edition 2002); Published in Canada by McGill-Queen's University Press), co-authored with John H. Thompson, Duke University. Nominated for Governor General's Prize for non-fiction, 1995.

    • An International History of The Caribbean Basin, with G.S. Mount (London: Routledge,

    1998). • The United States and Colombia: Hegemony and Interdependence (Athens: University

    of Georgia Press, 1992).Spanish edition published in 1992 by Tercer Mundo Editores, Bogotá, Colombia under the title: Aliados y Distantes: Historia de las relaciones entre Colombia y EE. UU. desde la independencia hasta la guerra contra las drogas.

    • NAFTA in Transition, edited with Herman Konrad (Calgary: University of Calgary

    Press, 1995). This is a substantially revised edition of North America Without Borders, published in 1992.

    • Federalism and the New World Order: The Gorbachev Symposium on The Future of

    Federalism, edited with Roger Gibbins (University of Calgary Press, 1994).

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    • North America Without Borders?: Integrating Canada, the United States and Mexico edited with an introduction, with Sheldon Silverman and Herman Konrad (Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 1992).

    • Canada and Latin America: Issues to the Year 2000 and Beyond, edited with Mark O. Dickerson, with introduction (Calgary: The International Centre, 1991).

    • United States Foreign Oil Policy, 1918-1948: for Profit and Security (Montreal and

    Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1985). Selected by Choice as one of the fifteen outstanding books published that year on North American history.

    • La diplomacia de la modernizacion: Relaciones Colombo-Norteamericanas, 1920-1940

    (Bogotá: Banco Popular, 1989). • The Diplomacy of Modernization: Colombian-American Relations, 1920-1940 (Toronto:

    University of Toronto Press, 1977). Book Chapters:

    • “The Continuing Pull of the Polar Star: United States-Colombian Relations in the Post-Cold War Era,” in Peter Lambert, ed., Latin American Foreign Policies. London: Palgrave, Macmillan 2011.

    • “Great Expectations: America’s Approach to Canada,” in Michael Behiels, ed., Transnationalism: Canada-United States History Into the 21st Century. Montreal: McGill Queen’s, 2010.

    • “Mexico y Canada: los desafios de la seguridad,”in Cristina Rojas ed., La Seguridad Internacional en el siglo XXI. Mexico: UNAM, 2010.

    • “Engaging the United States: the department of foreign Affairs and the Bilateral Relationship,” in Michael Carroll, ed., In the National Interest: Canadian Foreign Policy and the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2011.

    • “The Historical Dimension,”in Richard S. Hillman and Thomas D’Agonsino, eds., Understanding the Contemporary Caribbean (Rienner, 2009)- revised edition

    • “Colombian Foreign Policy, 1880-1930,” book chapter to be published in the five volume

    series América Latina en la Historia Contemporánea: Colombia, Proyecto promovido por la Fundación Mapfre in Spain, editor Eduardo Posada Carbó (Oxford University). In press 2009.

    • “Western Hemisphere Energy Development: The continuing Search for Security,” in

    Sidney Weintraub, Alan Rugman and Gavin Boyd, eds., Free Trade in the Americas: Economic and Political Issues for governments and Firms (Cheltenham: Elgar, 2004).

    • “The Historical Context,” in Richard Hillman and Thomas D’Agostino, eds.,

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    Understanding the Contemporary Caribbean (Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 2003). A new revised edition is in press for 2009.

    • “Cuba-United States Relations in the Post-cold War Transition,” in Sahadeo Basdeo and

    Heather Nicol, Canada, the United States and Cuba: An Evoloving Relationship (Miami: North-South Center Press, 2002)

    • “In Search of a Hemispheric Role: Canada and the Americas,” in Norman Hillmer and Maureen Molot, eds., A Fading Power (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2002)

    • “Relaciones Canadiense-Estadounidenses Desde 1945,” (with Whitney Lackenbauer), in Maria Teresa Aya Smitmans, ed., Canada, Colombia y las Americas (Bogota: Universidad Externado, 2001).

    • “Canadian Commercial Relations With Colombia Since 1945,” in Maria Teresa Aya, ed. Canada and Colombia (Bogota: Universidad Externado, 2003).

    • "Armand Hammer," in American National Biography (New York: Oxford University Press, 1999).

    • Articles on "The Calvo Clause" and "The Good Neighbour Policy," in The Encyclopedia of American Foreign Relations (Oxford University Press, 1997).

    • "Managing Bilateralism: The United States and Mexico," in Donald Barry, ed., Toward A North American Community (Westview Press, 1995).

    • "Sharing a Continent: Canadian-Mexican Relations Since 1945," Jean Daudelin and

    Edgar J. Dosman, eds., Beyond Mexico (Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1995), pp. 15-34.

    • "Canada and Latin America: Historical Developments and Recent Trends," in H.P.

    Klepak, ed., Canada and Latin American Security (Laval: Meridien, 1994), pp. 41-62. • "Le Canada, Le Mexique et la politique petroliere americaine au XXe siecle," in Dorval

    Brunelle and Christian Deblock, eds., L"Amerique du Nord et L'Europe communautaire: l'integration economique, l'integration sociale? (Montreal: Les Presses de L'Université du Québec, 1994), pp. 229-248.

    • "La Política del libre comercio en America del Norte," in Gustavo Vegas Canovas, ed., Mexico, Estados Unidos, Canadá (Mexico, D.F.: Centro de Estudios Internacionales, El Colegio de Mexico, 1993), pp. 101-111.

    • "The Canadian and American Foreign Policy Traditions," in David Thomas, ed., Differences that Count (Edmonton: Broadview Press, 1993).

    • "Los Estados Unidos de América y el futuro de la democrácia en Centro-América," in

    Monica Verea Campos and José Luis Barros Horcasitas, eds., La Politica Exterior Norteamericana hacia Centroamerica: reflexiones y perspectivas (México: Miguel Angel Porrua, 1991), pp. 379-94.

    • "The State and Private Enterprise in United States-Latin American Oil Relations," in

    Alice Teichova, ed., Historical Studies in International Corporate Business (Cambridge:

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    Cambridge University Press, 1988).

    • Editor for Canada, American Historical Association/University of Massachusetts at Amherst project, A Guide to the Study of United States History Outside the United States, 1945-1980 (New York: Kraus International, 1985), 5 volumes.

    • "Canada and the Development of Latin America," in Garth Stevenson and Norman

    Hillmer, eds., A Foremost Nation: Essays in Canadian Foreign Policy (Toronto: Mclelland and Stewart, 1977).

    Articles, Pamphlets and Review Essays

    “Nationbuilding and Civil War: Diverging Views of State and Society in Late 19th Century Colombia,” Journal of Military and Strategic Studies, 16 no. 3 (2015), 92-114

    “The 1970s Arab-OPEC Oil embargo and Latin America” H-Energy, June 2013, editor, Tamara Nemeth. “Mexico y Canada: los desafios de la seguridad,”in Maria Cristina Rosas ed., La Seguridad Internacional en el siglo XXI. Mexico: UNAM, 2010, 127-140. (Mexico and Canada: The Security Challenges”, in International Security in the 21st Century. “Mexico: current and future political, economic and security trends,” Canadian Defence and Foreign Affairs Institute, August 2010, with Harold Klepak. 15 pp. “Canada’s National Security Challenges in the Caribbean and Latin America,” Canadian International Council, Foreign Policy for Canada’s Tomorrow, No. 7 (June 2010), 27 pp. “Canada, the Caribbean and Latin America: Trade, Investment and Political Challenges,” Canadian International Council, Foreign Policy for Canada’s Tomorrow, no. 9 (August 2010), 37 pp. “Canada and the Americas: Human Rights, Development and Foreign Aid,” Canadian International Council, Foreign Policy for Canada’s Tomorrow, No. 8 (August 2010), 42 pp.

    • “The American Foreign Policy Transition: Barack Obama in Power,” Journal of Military

    and Strategic Studies (Calgary Fall-Winter 2008/09), 1-24 • “Canada, Latin America, Colombia and the Evolving Policy Agenda,” Canadian Foreign

    Policy, vol. 14, no 3 (2008), 29-43 .. • “The Tragedy of American Diplomacy Revisited,” Latin American Research Review

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    (2003) • “United States-Canada Cultural Relations,” Encyclopedia of American Studies (2005)

    • “Integrating Canada and the United States: An Historical Framework,” Canadian Journal

    of Policy Research, vol. 1, number 1 (Spring 2000), 32-39.

    • “Peacekeeping in the Post-Cold War World: The United Nations and the Cambodian Elections of 1993,” Contemporary Security Policy, 16 (August 1995), 174-191.

    • “Toward a New World Strategy: Canadian Policy in the Americas into the Twenty-first

    Century,” The FOCAL Papers (Ottawa, 1994).

    • "The New Continentalism: Canada, Mexico and the United States," American Review of Canadian Studies (Summer 1993), vol. 23, No 2, 267-281.

    • "Oil Industry Development and Trade Liberalization in the Western Hemisphere," The

    Energy Journal, vol. 14, No. 3 (1993), 101-118.

    • "Corporatism, Ideology and National Security in the Writing of United States-Latin American Relations," Latin American Research Review, vol. 27, no. 1 (1992), 205-218.

    • "Canada, The United States and Mexico: The Development of Trilateralism," Frontera

    Norte, vol. 3 (jul.- dic., 1991), 121-137.

    • "Occupational Health and Industrial Labour: The Case of Barre, Vermont Granite Workers, 1870-1940," Canadian Review of American Studies, vol. 22, no. 2 (Fall 1991).

    • "Winners and Losers in the Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement," (Spanish

    version), in Teresa Gutierrez Haces, Experiencias del Tratado de Libre Comercio, Canadá-Estados Unidos (Mexico: Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, 1991).

    • "Granitiers et collectivité: Barre, Vermont, 1870-1940, une premiere approche," Histoire

    Social/Social History, XXIII, no. 45 (May 1990), 133-152 (with Albert Desbiens, University of Quebec in Montreal).

    • "Realism and United States Foreign Policy," Canadian Review of American Studies, vol.

    21 (Summer 1990), 79-84.

    • "Archival Materials in Canada for the Study of United States Labour History," in Guide to the Study of United States History (1985), with Gregory S. Kealey, Memorial University.

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    • "The Guide to the Study of United States History in Canada," American Studies International (Fall 1985).

    • "Harold Ickes and United States Foreign Oil Policy Planning," Harvard Business History

    Review (Fall 1983).

    • "The Colombian Press and the Cold War," the Canadian Journal of Latin American Studies (Fall 1983).

    • "Raw Materials and United States Foreign Policy," Reviews in American History (Fall

    1980).

    • "The Americanization of Henry Kissinger," Canadian Review of American Studies (Fall 1977).

    • "The Development of Canadian Enterprise in Puerto Rico," Revista/Review

    Interamericana, VII (Spring 1977).

    • "The Barco Oil Concession in Colombian-American Relations, 1928-1932," The Americas, XXXIII (July 1976).

    • "Latin America in 1975," Collier's Yearbook (New York: Macmillan, 1976)

    • "The International Corporation and American Foreign Policy," Canadian Journal of

    History (August 1974).

    • "Colombia, the United States and Inter-American Aviation Rivalry," Journal of Inter-American Studies and World Affairs (August 1972).

    Editorial ∇ Co-Editor: Canadian Institute for International Affairs, International Journal (1992-1995) and Canadian Review of American Studies (1992- 1999). V Member, Editorial Board, Latin American Research Review (University of Texas, Austin) 2004-2009 ∇ Member, International Advisory Board, Journal of American History.

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    CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION AND INVITED LECTURES

    • “North American Relations in the Post-9/11 Decade,” Centro de Estudios Superiores

    Navales, and the National Autonomous University, Mexico City, September 2011. • “Canada-Mexico Relations: The Security Challenges,” Centro de Estudios Superiores

    Navales, and the National Autonomous University Mexico City, September 2009. • “Canada and Latin American Security,” paper presented at the Canada and Hemispheric

    Security Conference, Queen’s University, June 2009. • “La Política Exterior de la Administración Obama,” Universidad del Rosario, Bogotá,

    Colombia, February 2009. • “Engaging the United States: The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade

    and Canadian-American Relations,” DFAIT conference, Calgary, January 2009. • “The New United States Administration: What Can We Expect in Latin American

    policy?” Canadian Council for the Americas (Calgary branch), December 2008. • “Ambivalent Allies Revisited,” Presentation at the Canada Institute, Washington DC,

    September 2008. • “Paramilitaries, the State and Human Rights: The Los Uvos Killings in Cauca,

    Colombia,” Joint Session of the Canadian Political Science Association and Canadian Association of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Vancouver, June 2008.

    • “Paramilitaries and Human Rights: The Case of Mapiripán Colombia,” Latin American Research Centre conference on armed groups, Calgary, Spring 2008.

    • “The Bush Administration and Canada: What Went Wrong,” Centre for North American Studies, American University, Washington DC, November 2007.

    • “Oil and Politics: Venezuela and Colombia,” Canadian Defense and Foreign Affairs Institute, Calgary Petroleum Club, June 2006.

    • “Nicaragua Shifts left: A Report on the November 2006 National Elections,” Latin American Research Centre, University of Calgary

    • Universidad Externado de Colombia, A series of lectures on United States foreign policy, September 2005.

    • Ditchley Foundation Conference (Oxfordshire) on the Prospects for the Second Bush Administration (invited participant), February 2005.

    • “North American Energy Development,” Latin American Studies Association Annual Meeting (October 2004)

    • “Canada and the United States: Reflections on the Past, Present and Future,” Society for the History of Canada (Ottawa, Spring 2004)

    • “Colombia and United States National Security Issues,” Conference on Colombia and International Security, Universidad Rosario, Bogota, Colombia, November 2003.

    ♦ Chair, Panel on NAFTA at Ten, Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, Washington, D.C. December 2002.

    ♦ “Colombia: The Politics of National Security,” Conference on Democracy, Human rights and Security, Canadian Foundation for the Americas and the International Development

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    Research Committee, Ottawa, October 2002. ♦ “Human Rights and National Security,” International Security Management Association,

    Annual conference, Calgary, June 2002. ♦ “Canada and the Americas,” authors’ conference, Norman Paterson School of

    International Affairs, Carleton University, Ottawa, December 2001. ♦ Chair and Commentator, Session on the Colombian Crisis and the international

    community, Oxford University, May 2001 (invited). ♦ “United States Foreign Policy and Colombian National Security,” Conference on

    Colombia, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Science Social, Paris, November 2000 (invited). ♦ Presentation on Post-Secondary education in Alberta, Human Resources and

    Development Canada and Canadian Association of Community Colleges sponsored conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Canada-Latin America educational linkages, November 2000.

    • “The Third Pillar of Canadian Foreign Policy: Culture,” Canadian Institute of International Affairs, Annual Conference, Montreal, November 2000 (invited).

    • “La Politica Exterior de los Estados Unidos y la Seguridad Colombiana,” Conference, Colombia: Democracia y Paz, Universidad de Antioquia, Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Medellin, Colombia, September 2000 (invited).

    • Invited Panelist, “Hemispheric Experts, Canadian Policy and the Future of the Americas,” Canadian Foundation for the Americas, Ottawa, July 2000.

    • Invited Panelist, “The Impact of the 2000 Mexican Presidential Elections,” Canadian Foundation for the Americas, Ottawa, August 2000.

    • “Canada, Los Estados Unidos, Colombia y la Seguridad Hemisferica,” Fundacion Frederick Ebert, Universidad Externado de Colombia, Bogotá, May 2000.

    • “The Environmental and Labour Implications of NAFTA,” (Spanish version),

    Diplomatic Academy, Colombian Foreign Ministry, Bogotá, March 2000. • Invited participant, American Council of Learned Societies, Philadelphia, May 1997. • “Trends in United States and Canadian Foreign Policy Toward Latin America,” Foreign

    Policy Institute, Bogotá, Colombia, February 1997. • “An American Obsession: The United States and Cuba, From Revolution to Helms-

    Burton,” Lewis Thomas Lecture, University of Alberta, 1996. • “NAFTA in Transition,” Plenary Presentation, Canadian Association of American

    Studies, Toronto, November 1996. • “Implementing NAFTA,” Hebrew University, Canadian Studies Program, April 1996 • “Democratization in Latin America: Recent Trends,” International Association of

    Middle Eastern Studies, Amman, Jordan, April 1996. • “In Search of An Indigenous Paradigm: The Writing of American Foreign Policy in

    Canada,” American Association of Canadian Studies, Seattle, 1995. • "Canada and the United States: Comparative Diplomatic Histories," American

    Association of Canadian Studies, Seattle, November 1995. • "The Political Economy of North American Integration: An Historical Perspective,"

    Canadian Historical Association, Montreal, August 1995.

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    • "Canada and Latin America," St. Francis Xavier University, Distinguished Lecture Series, January 1995.

    • "Canada and the United States in the Cold War Era, 1945-1988," St. Francis Xavier University Distinguished Lecture Series, January 1995.

    • Three lectures on Canada, the United States and Latin America as Scholar in Residence, Laurentian University, March 1995.

    • "Managing Trilateralism: Canada, Mexico and the United States," Toward the Third Millennium Conference, Ottawa, November 1994; sponsored by the Fulbright Program and the United States Information Agency.

    • "Canada, the United States and the Cold War, 1945-1960," Canadian Historical

    Association, Calgary, 1994. • History and the Social Sciences, Rome, October 1993, sponsored by the United States

    Information Service, the Italian Encyclopedia, the Fulbright Programme, and the American Academy in Rome. Delegate for Canada from the Fulbright Programme as representative of the Canadian Review of American Studies.

    • Symposium organizer and host, Gorbachev Foundation/University of Calgary Symposium on The Future of Federalism, Calgary, March 1993. The keynote speaker at this nationally televised conference was H.E. Mikhail S. Gorbachev.

    • "Recent Changes in the International System Affecting Canadian Policy in the Western Hemisphere," policy planning session with the Canada-Latin America Forum; Department of External Affairs and Canadian International Development Agency- Ottawa, January 1993.

    • "Canada-Latin American Relations: Reflections on Historical Patterns and Recent

    Trends," Conference on Inter-American Relations, College Militaire Royale, Saint-Jean, sponsored by the College, The Arias Foundation, the Canada-Latin America Forum and the Department of External Affairs, December 1992.

    • "The Political Economy of North American Integration: An Historical Perspective,"

    Conference on North American Integration, Centre for Refugee Studies, York University, November 1992. Conference jointly sponsored by the Inter-American Organization for Higher Education. The paper was also presented as the American Studies Chair Lecture, University of Calgary, December 1992.

    • "Issues in North American Integration," Conference of Learned Societies of Canada and

    the United States, Toronto, November, 1992.

    • "United States Strategic Raw Materials Policy Toward Canada and Mexico in the Twentieth Century," Colloquium on European and North American Integration, University of Quebec in Montreal, October 1992.

    • "NAFTA y las implicaciones para la educación superior," Conference on Mercosur,

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    jointly sponsored by the Inter-American Organization for Higher Education, Montevideo, August 1992

    • "The Petroleum Industry and Trade Liberalization in the Western Hemisphere," joint

    meeting of the Inter-American Development and the Economic Commission for Latin America (United Nations), Toronto, June 1992.

    • "United States Foreign Policy and the New World Order," presented as the Chair in

    American Studies Lecture, University of Calgary, March 1992; also used as the basis for discussion at the Gorbachev Foundation and the Canadian-United States Institute, Moscow, March 1992.

    • "The Writing of United States Foreign Policy in Canada: In Search of an Indigenous

    Paradigm," European Association of American Studies, Seville, Spain, April 1992.

    • "Canada and the Development of Institutional Links With Latin America," North-South Center, University of Miami, March 1992.

    • "The Politics of North American Free Trade," Colloquium on Canada and Mexico,

    National Autonomous University of Mexico and separate presentation at El Colegio de Mexico (published by the latter).

    • "The United States and Latin America Confront the Cold War," University of Alberta,

    Department of History Speakers' Series, September 1991.

    • A series of 5 lectures (in Spanish) on United States and Canadian foreign policy, presented to the Center for American Studies, University of Havana, June 1991.

    • "El Tratado del Libre Comercio entre Canada y los Estados Unidos y las implicaciones

    para Mexico," Universidad Ciudad Juraez, April 1991.

    • "United States Foreign Policy in the Twentieth Century," Chair in American Studies Lecture, University of Calgary, April 1991.

    • "Life, Labour and Death in an Industrial City: The Occupational Health of Barre,

    Vermont Granite Workers, 1880-1940," Canadian Association for American Studies, Montreal, November 1990.

    • "The United States, Colombia and Mutual Security: The Search for the Vital Centre,"

    Eisenhower Conference, University of Kansas, October 1990.

    • "Winners and Losers in the United States-Canada Free Trade Agreement: Some Tentative Conclusions," Conference on North American Free Trade, Sponsored by the

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    Party of National Action, Mexico City, October 1990.

    • Discussant, Colloquium on North American Trade Relations, Canada-Latin America Forum-Department of External Affairs, Ottawa, September 1990.

    ♦"The United Nations Observation Process and the Nicaraguan Elections of 1990: A Foot Soldier Reports," Luncheon Address, Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, University of Maryland-College Park, August 1990. ♦"La Politica exterior de los Estados Unidos y el futuro de la democracia en Centro-America," Conference on the United States and Central America, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, July 1990. ♦"War, Diplomacy and Hemispheric Security in Inter-American Relations, 1939-45," Canadian Historical Association, Victoria, B.C., June 1990. ♦"The Rise and Decline of American Power in the Twentieth Century," Chair in American Studies Lecture, University of Calgary, February 1990. ♦"The Nicaraguan Elections of February 1990," Distinguished Lecture Series, Royal Roads Military College, Victoria, B.C., April 1990. ♦"United States Foreign Policy and the Nicaraguan Elections of 1990," Concordia University, Department of History, March 1990. ♦"The Historical Development of Foreign Oil Policy in the United States, Canada and Mexico," Duke University, Center for International Studies, September 1989. ♦ "Divergent Visions of Progress: The United States, Colombia, and the Panama Canal Debate," joint meeting of the American Studies Association and the Canadian Association for American Studies, Toronto, November 1989. ♦"The United States, Canada, and the International Drug Crisis," President's Circle Lecture, University of Calgary, November 1989. ♦"The United States and Colombian Cold War Policies: Hemispheric Security and the Labour Movement," Institute for Political Analysis and International Relations, National University, Bogotá, Colombia, June 1989. ♦"Canada, The United States and the Free Trade Agreement," Lewis and Clark School of Law, International Law Society, Portland, Oregon, February 1989. ♦"The United States, Colombia, and the Control of Raw Materials During World War II,"

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    International Congress of Americanists, Amsterdam, July 1988. ♦"The United States, Colombia and the Cold War, 1945-1960," Canadian Historical Association, Windsor, June 1988. ♦"The Intellectual Roots of United States Foreign Policy," Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Calgary, March 1988. ♦Invited Discussant, Conference on the Nationalization of the Mexican Oil Industry, University of Texas, Austin, January 1988. ♦"Petroleum, Corporatism and United States Foreign Policy: A Commentary," Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, June 1987. ♦"The State and Private Enterprise in United States-Latin American Oil Relations Since World War I," International Congress of Economic Historians, Bern, Switzerland, August 1986. ♦"The State and Private Sector in United States Foreign Oil Policy Planning, 1920-1948," Organization of American Historians, New York, April 1986 (session with Otis Graham and John Braeman). ♦"The Social History of a Vermont Industrial Town: Barre, 1880-1940," (with Albert Desbiens), Société d'Histoire de l'Amerique Francaise, Ottawa, October 1986. ♦Commentator, session on United States Foreign Policy in the Twentieth Century, Canadian Historical Association, Winnipeg, June 1986. ♦Commentator, session on the Development of the United States and Canadian Petroleum Industries, Canadian Historical Association, Vancouver, June 1984. ♦Chair, session on the Study of United States History in Canada, Canadian Association of American Studies, Banff, Alberta, October 1983. ♦"The Study of United States History in Canada, 1945-1980," American Historical Association, Washington, D.C., December 1982. ♦"The Red Line Revisited: The State and Private Enterprise in United States Foreign Oil Policy," Canadian Historical Association, Ottawa, June 1982. ♦"Harold Ickes and United States Foreign Petroleum Policy Planning, 1939-1946," Organization of American Historians, Detroit, April 1981 (session with Michael Hogan and Joan Hoff Wilson).

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    ♦Commentator, session on Foreign Business in Puerto Rico, Southeastern Conference on Latin American Studies, North Carolina, April 1980. ♦Chairman, session on the United States in the Twentieth Century, Canadian Historical Association, Saskatoon, June 1979. ♦Commentator, session on the Ante-bellum Political Economy in the United States, Canadian Association for American Studies, Montreal 1978. ♦Chairman, session on the United States, Canada, and the Marshall Plan, Canadian Historical Association, Fredericton, June 1977. ♦"The Barco Concession in United States-Colombian Relations, 1928-1932," Organization of American Historians, Chicago, April 1973. ♦"The International Corporation and American Foreign Policy," Canadian Historical Association, Montreal, June 1972.

    GRADUATE SUPERVISION

    Doctoral Students – Theses Completed (Calgary and McGill)

    • Alex McDougall, Political Science- comprehensive exams complete, degree granted 2011. Comparative Politics (co-supervisedwith Pablo Policzer)

    • Andrew Lefebvre, “The United States, Panama and World War II,” University of Calgary, degree granted June 2009.

    • Gilbert Dore, "United States Congress and Foreign Aid to Vietnam in the 1950s," (BA,

    MA, Concordia). Completed and degree granted January 1993 (McGill). Dr. Dore teaches History at the University of Quebec in Chicoutimi.

    • Bernard Lemelin, "New York Politicians and the Debate Over Immigration Policy, 1945-

    1952," (MA, Laval University). Completed and degree granted June 1992 (McGill). Dr. Lemelin is a Professor of History at Laval University.

    • Rev. Michael Hall, "Anglo-American Naval Relations in the 1920s," (MA, Catholic

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    University). Completed and degree granted June 1990 (McGill). Dr. Hall is a teacher and administrator in Washington, D.C.

    • Juan Alfonso Bravo, "The Chilean Nitrates Industry," (MA, American University).

    Completed and degree granted June 1991 (McGill). Dr. Bravo is an administrator with the International Civil Aviation Authority.

    • Timothy P. Maga, "France, The United States and the Refugee Crisis, 1933-1945," (BA,

    MA University of Wisconsin). Completed and degree granted 1981 (McGill); thesis published by Garland Press. Dr. Maga now holds an Endowed Chair in American History in the United States.

    • Geoffrey Barash, "Ralph Waldo Emerson and the Transcendentalists," (ABD, McGill).

    BA, Wisconsin, MA, Berkeley. Doctoral Field Supervision/Supervisory Committees (McGill and Calgary)

    • Brenan Smith, 1st year doctoral program, 2012- (sole supervisor) • John Woitkowitz, Canada-United States relations, thesis in progress (sole supervisor) • Adam Cahill- US doctoral field supervision 2013- • Monique Dolak –US doctoral field supervision 2013- • Alex McDougall, Political Science- comprehensive exams complete, degree granted 2011.

    Comparative Politics (co-supervise with Pablo Policzer) • Clayton Dennison, CMSS- thesis at the writing stage: US-Latin American Relations (on

    leave from program) • Stu White- doctoral field supervision- 2010- • David Gallant- doctoral field supervision- 2010- comprehensive exams completed • Luis Escobar- external examiner, Haskayne, completed January 2009 • Edward Kaplan, History-2004-2006- comprehensives and degree completed. • Alexander Herd, 2005- comprehensives completed • Alexander McDougall (Political Science, current)- comprehensives completed 2007 and

    thesis in preparation • Percy Garcia, Resources and the Environment Program (Calgary), 1999 -2005- co-

    supervisor, completed • Pedro Marquez , Management and Political Science (Calgary)- completed • Whitney Lackenbauer (Calgary)- field supervisor, comprehensive exams and degree

    completed • Alex Taylor del Cid (Calgary)-field supervisor, member of examining committee, thesis

    completed • Cameron Brookes (Calgary)-US field supervisor-thesis completed • Anita Vandenberg (Calgary)- US field supervisor, comprehensive exams completed • Wade Derksen, United States Political Economy field supervisor- completed (Calgary)

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    • David Bright, United States Political and Social History field supervisor (Calgary)- comprehensive exams and thesis completed

    • Daniel German, 19th Century U.S. Diplomatic History (McGill)- US field supervisor- comprehensive exams completed

    • Tamara Myers, 19th and 20th Century Social/Cultural History field supervisor (McGill)- comprehensive exams completed

    • Bernard Lemelin, 19th and 20th Centuries Diplomatic History (McGill)-sole supervisor thesis completed, now professor at Laval

    • Paul Costello, 19th and 20th Centuries Cultural/Intellectual History field supervisor (McGill)- comprehensive exams completed

    • Gilbert Dore, Modern US Diplomatic History (McGill)- sole supervisor, thesis completed, now CEGEP instructor in Quebec

    • Michael Childs, US Social History field supervisor (McGill)- comprehensive exams and thesis completed

    • Gemma Albanese, US Social History field supervisor (McGill)- comprehensive exams completed

    • Thomas O'Neill, Modern US Political History field supervisor (McGill)- comprehensive exams and thesis completed

    • Alfonso Bravo, Modern Latin America (McGill)- sole supervisor, dissertation completed, worked at International Civil Aviation Authority

    • Francoise Noel, U.S. Agrarian/Social History field supervisor (McGill)- comprehensive exams and thesis completed

    • Allan Dever, US Economic History field supervisor (McGill)- comprehensive exams and thesis completed

    • Ruth Cameron, Modern U.S. History field supervisor (McGill) – comprehensive exams completed

    • Robert Sweeney, U.S. Labour History field supervisor (McGill) - Comprehensive exams and thesis completed• Cecelia Danysk, U.S. Social History (McGill)- comprehensive exams and thesis

    completed, now professor in Washington State. • Bernard Montigny, Modern U.S. History field supervisor (McGill)- comprehensive

    exams completed • Michael Hall, Modern U.S. Diplomatic History (McGill)- sole supervisor, exams and

    thesis completed. Head of Anselm Abbey School, Washington DC • Timothy Maga, Modern U.S. Diplomatic History (McGill)- sole supervisor, exams and

    thesis completed, now holds chair in American history in the United States • Geoffrey Barash, 19th Century Intellectual History (McGill)- comprehensive exams

    completed, thesis ABD Masters

    > Jarrod Shaw– US Military history- 2011- (changed fields after first year in program) > Willian King, History, sole supervisor, thesis completed 2008

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    > Timothy Cake, CMSS- member of examining committee-2009 > Jarrad Ruminsky, History- member of examining committee > LindsayTetlock, History, sole supervisor, completed 2008 > Monica Heincke, Political Science and Management (with Harrie Vredenburg),

    completed 2006 > Lise Martineau, History, sole supervisor (current) > Jonathan Ortiz, MA thesis, Political Science (sole supervisor), complete > Jillian Dowding, Masters in Strategic Studies (sole supervisor), complete

    > Paul Chastko, MA thesis, History, completed 1997 (now holds PhD from Ohio University) > Hector Parekh, MA thesis, History, completed 1997 > Troy Fuller, MA thesis, History, completed 1997 > Jiajie Li, History, completed 1998; BA, Beijing > Giam Tang, History, completed 1998 > Kevin Gloin, MA thesis, completed, 1995 > Robert Noyes, History Department, McGill University, supervisor, degree completed 1994 > Yufeng Zhang, MA thesis completed 1992; BA, Beijing > Rachel Hershfield, MA thesis completed 1993, Calgary > Scott Clapperton, MA thesis completed 1993 (supervision with Sheldon Silverman) > Dennis Rempe, MA thesis completed 1995; nominated for Governor General's gold medal); now holds PhD from the University of Miami > Douglas Plummer, MA thesis completed 1995 > Helen Morgan, MA thesis completed 1986, McGill > Robert Fuhr, MA thesis completed 1984, McGill > William Wicken, MA thesis completed 1985, McGill > Charles McNeil, MA thesis completed 1989, McGill

    PERSONAL INFORMATION

    Place of Birth: Toronto, Canada - September 9, 1944. Foreign Languages: Spanish – spoken and reading (fluent); French - spoken (moderate); reading fluent; Italian – reading and moderate speaking knowledge. Areas of General Interest: x-country skiing, kayaking, tennis, music, hiking, fly fishing, . Married: Dr. M. Anne Katzenberg, FRSC, Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary Funding History: University Research Grants, Seed Grant, 7,948, Project, Paramilitarism

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    in Colombia (current 2012-) SSHRC Conference Grant- 2013- Latin American Security- $27,000 Department of National Defence, Conference Grant, Latin American Security, 2013, $18,000. Canadian International Council, 2009-2010- $70,000- Canada and the Americas Project SSHRC- March 2009- $22,594- Conference Grant, Policy challenges for Canada and the United States Fulbright Foundation- $25,000- Appointed to Fulbright Chair in North American Studies, American University, Washington D.C. 2007 University Research Grants Seed Grant, $5,000- for completion of the biography of Alfonso Lopez Michelsen (Published June 2007)

    CURRICULUM VITAESTEPHEN JAMES RANDALL FRSCProfessor of History Emeritus/Faculty ProfessorUniversity of Calgary Consultant to the Canadian International Development Agency review of developments in the Caribbean and Latin America, 1994. Prepared background papers, briefing sessions and chaired three seminars of regional participants, one in Barbados on t...Editorial