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Kyle Jackson BA (SFU), MA (SOAS), PhD (Warwick)
Kyle Jackson has spent the last decade treating world history like a giant trampoline, bouncing across five continents and nearly thirty countries to teach and research global dimensions of the past. In the process, he has collected teaching interests in the histories of colonialism, Indigenous peoples, religion, and animals, especially in the context of South Asia (where he was recently chased on a rickety bicycle by a herd of water buffalo). Growing up in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, Kyle has gained research expertise in another hilly region between the mighty Brahmaputra and Irrawaddy rivers. At KPU, he invites students’ historical imaginations to leap into the wider world.
Areas of Interest
Histories of colonialism, Indigenous peoples, religion, and animals