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- Ph.D., University of Toronto, History Department 1Dissertation: Muse of Empire? Classical Education, the Classical Tradition and British attitudes to empire, 1757-1902. 1998-2005
- M.A. in Classical Archaeology, University of British Columbia, Department of Classical, Near Eastern, and Religious Studies1995-1997
- B.A., Wilfrid Laurier University, double major in History and Classical Studies1990-1994
- Ancient & Medieval Worlds
- Ancient Greece
- Ancient Rome
- Victorian Britain
- Pax Britanica: Britain Empire
- The Great War
- British India
- Britain’s Imperial Muse: the classics, British Imperialism, and the Indian Empire, 1784-1914. (Palgrave MacMillan, 2013)
- C. Hagerman “The Projectiles” in The Eileithyia Sanctuary at Ancient Stymphalos, G.P. Schaus ed, University of Toronto Press. (In press.)
- Review of J. Toner, Homer's Turk (Harvard University Press, 2013) for the Journal of Modern History (forthcoming, Spring 2014)
- C. Hagerman, “In the Footsteps of the ‘Macedonian Conqueror’: Alexander the Great and British
- India” International Journal of the Classical Tradition Vol. 16, No.3-4, Sept./Dec (2009) pp.
- C. Hagerman, “Secret ciphers, secret knowledge and imperial power: the classics in British India.” Victorians’ Institute Newsletter # 113 (Spring 2008) 1-21.
Works in Progress
- We are Making a New World: the Western Front and the fate of 'Nature' in Britain
- Constructing ‘the Old Lie’: classical discourse and British masculinity from Waterloo to the Somme.