Jane McLeod

Associate Professor

Office: GLA 241
905 688 5550 x3501

Jane McLeod is an historian of eighteenth-century France who teaches general courses on European history and honours seminars on the French Revolution and the history of censorship. Her current research is on state-media relations in the French Revolution. Other areas of research include the application of argumentation theory to history and French maritime history: she is the author of Licensing Loyalty:  Printers, Patrons and the State in Early Modern France (Penn State University Press, 2011) and co-author of Amirauté de Guyenne: source de l’histoire de la Nouvelle France (Ottawa: National Archives of Canada, 1993).