Chennells, David W. 1967-
CHENNELLS, David W. 1967-
Born May 26, 1967, in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada; son of William George (a mechanical engineer) and Joanne (a nurse; maiden name, Davies) Chennells; married Roberta Janzen (a cellist), October 10, 1999. Ethnicity: "White, Anglo-Saxon Protestant." Education: McGill University, B.A. (with honors), 1985; Cambridge University, M.Phil., 1991, Ph.D., 2001. Politics: Liberal Party of Canada. Hobbies and other interests: Sailing, flying.
Office—Assiduo Solutions, Inc., 21 Tichester Rd., Suite 1202, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5P 1P3. E-mail—[email protected]
Bain and Company Canada, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, consultant, 1996-2001; Assiduo Solutions, Inc., Toronto, president and chief executive officer, 2002—.
The Politics of Nationalism in Canada: Cultural Conflict since 1760, University of Toronto Press (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), 2001.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
American Review of Canadian Studies, spring, 2002, Gregory Millard, review of The Politics of Nationalism in Canada: Cultural Conflict since 1760, p. 169.
Canadian Historical Review, September, 2002, Michael Behiels, review of The Politics of Nationalism in Canada, p. 418.
Saskatchewan Law Review, winter, 2002, Sean Sinclair, review of The Politics of Nationalism in Canada, pp. 278-279.
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