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More About Crerar, Duff
Dr. (Ph.D., Queen's at Kingston, Ont.) BA, MA (University of Western Ontario), B.Ed. (Queen's)
Specific Research: The history of the Canadian Forces Chaplain General's Branch, 1990-2008.
Canadian Army in Normandy
Scottish Kirk Session and Lay-Piety Cultural Transfer to Eastern Canada by immigrants,1750-1850.
Chaplaincy in the Canadian Militia, 1885.
General Research fields:
Canadian Military, Social and Religious History:
Scottish Migration and Religion in Canada
Canada and First World War
Ethohistory in Canada
Padres in No Man's Land (McGill-Queens, 1995).
Co-edited: Lobstick Interdisciplinary Journal: Treaty 8 Revisited (Lobstick Press, 1999), and edited Volume 3-4: Land, Borders and Identiites, 2006.
Contributor: Doris Bergen, Ed. The Sword of the Lord: Military Chaplains in their Historical Contexts, Notre Dame University Press, 2004.
Contributor: Alberta Formed and Transformed, Universities of Calgary and Alberta Press, 2006
Contributor, The Chaplaincy in War and Peace: Ethical Dilemmas of Conscience and Conflcting Professional Roles, ed. Michael Hadley, University of Victoria, Centre for Studies in Religion and Society, 2006.
Author of several articles on Canadian Presbyterianism, Scottish immigration and religion, and Canadian military chaplains.
Historical Consultant and Subject Matter Expert, DND Chaplain School and Centre
Duff's wife is Carol Crerar, B.Sc. (Ottawa U.) Youth Addictions Counsellor, Grande Prairie Area where she is Supervisor of Youth Detoxification Services, Alberta Health Addictions Services
We have Two daughters, Heather Penner, B.Mus., B.Ed. (Music, University of Lethbridge), teaching in the Local Public School Board.
Alison Crerar, (Bachelor Fine Arts University of Lethbridge).