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- PhD., University of Calgary
- B.Ed., University of British Columbia
- History of Higher Education in Canada
- Universities at War
- “The Educational Foundations of the Diplomatic Stage,” paper presented to the Canadian Association of Foundations of Education, Vancouver, British Columbia, June 2019.
- “Canadian History and ESL/FSL Education: The Next 150 Years,” paper presented to the Canadian Historical Association, Toronto, Ontario, May 2017.
- “Student Life on the University of Alberta Campus During the First World War,” keynote address delivered to the Bow River Conference, Calgary, Alberta, April 2017.
- “Robert Gerald Riddell: Academic, Faceless Bureaucrat, United Nations Critic, Husband,” paper presented at the Canadian History of Education Association Conference, Waterloo, Ontario, October 2016.
- “English Canadian Academia’s Involvement in Foreign Affairs and International Development, 1940-1950,” paper presented at the Canadian History of Education Association Conference, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, October 2014.
- “The Canadian Corp’s Long March: Logistics, Discipline, and the Occupation of the Rhineland,” paper presented at the New Perspectives on the First World War Conference, Lake Louise, Alberta, September 2014.
- “Student Life on the University of Alberta Campus During the First World War,” paper co-presented with Dr. Paul Stortz at the Material Culture and the First World War Conference, Calgary, Alberta, September 2014.
- “English-Canadian Academia’s Involvement in International Peace and Community Development during the Cold War, 1940-1957,” presented at the International Standing Conference for the History of Education, London, England, July 2014.
- C.J. Hyland, “English-Canadian Social Science, Humanities, and Law Academic Secondments during the Second World War and their contributions to Canadian External Affairs,” International Journal of Canadian Studies 56 (2017): 81-114.
- C.J. Hyland, Review of Queen’s University, Volume III, 1961-2004, in Historical Studies in Education 29,1 (Spring 2017): 135-137.
- C.J. Hyland and Paul Stortz, “Student Life on the University of Alberta Campus during the First World War,” in The Frontier of Patriotism (415-432), eds. Jeffrey Keshen and Adriana Davies. Calgary: Calgary University Press, 2016.
- C.J. Hyland, Review of The University of Toronto: A History, Second Edition by Martin L. Friedland, in Alberta Journal of Educational Research 60,1 (2014): 234-236.
- C.J. Hyland, Review of Arts & Science at Toronto: A History, 1827-1990 by Robert Craig Brown, in History of Intellectual Culture 10,1 (2012/13).
- C.J. Hyland, “The Canadian Corps’ Long March: Logistics, Discipline and the Occupation of the Rhineland,” Canadian Military History 21:2 (Spring 2012): 5-20.
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