PhD Dissertation Titles
"The Question of Legacy and the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games - An Exploration into the Post-Games Utilization of Venues and Facilities."
"The Olympic Games and the Secret Cold War: The U.S. Government and the Propaganda Campaign Against Communist Sport, 1950-1960."
"Spectacles, Policy, and Social Memory: Images of Canadian Indians at World's Fairs and Olympic Games."
"Out of the Olympic Closet: Abandoning Prohibitions on Doping in Favour of a Harm Reduction Approach."
"The Struggle for Financial Autonomy: The IOC and the Historical Emergence of Corporate Sponsorship, 1896-2000."
"Regime Creation, Maintenance, and Change: A History of Relations Between the International Olympic Committee and International Sports Federations, 1894-1968."
"Theories of Beauty and Modern Sport: Pierre De Coubertin's Aesthetic Imperative for the Modern Olympic Movement, 1894-1914."
Master's Thesis Titles
"Making Headlines: The Politics of Sex Trafficking and Sex Work During the 2010 Vancouver Olympics."
"Sex Gender Ideology and the Politics of Power/Resistance: On Althusser and Focault Toward an Investigation of Sex Testing in the Olympics."
"Igniting The Nation: Print Media Representations of Aboriginality in the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games."
"Globalization and Sport: Athletic Talent Migration to Canada."
"The Sacred Cow: Calgary and The XV Olympic Winter Games."
"Failed Test: Aboriginal Sport Policy and the Olympian Firth Sisters."
"All Dressed Up and Nowhere to Run: Women's Uniforms and Clothing in The Olympic Games, 1900-1932."
"The I.A.A.F. and the I.O.C.: Their Relationship and Its Impact on Women's Participation in Track and Field at the Olympic Games, 1912-1932."
"From Assimilation to Self-Determination: The Emergence of J. Wilton Littlechild's North American Indigenous Games."
"A Question of Names: The Two China Issue and the People's Republic of China in the Modern Olympic Movement."
"The Amateur Athletic Union of the United States and the Canadian Amateur Athletic Union, 1897-1914."
"A Question Of Neautrality: Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the Department of State on the Issue of Proposed American Participation in The Berlin Olympic Games of 1936."
"Black Knight Checks White King: The Conflict Between African Bloc Nations and Avery Brundage During the 1960s."