Paul Bentley

Paul Bentley holds an MSc. (Econ) in International Relations from the London School of Economics, and an Ed. D. in the History and Philosophy of Education from the University of Toronto. He has worked as a History Teacher and Head of Department in Ontario High Schools for over 25 years. He is the author of Strange Journey: John R. Friedeberg Seeley and the Quest for Mental Health — Academic Studies Press.

The Dog That Didn’t Bark: Nazi in the House



A Thinly Veiled Nuclear Threat?

Why Make the Dogs Bark: a Tale from Communist Bulgaria

History Teachers and “Patriotic Education”

A Women’s Police Town

Return of the Mao Suit

A Plea for More Cynicism, Not Less: Election Day in Canada

The Death of the Teacher

The Scream: the Origins of Venezuela’s Economic Crisis

The Death Penalty for Canada’s Foreign Policy?

A Velvet Revolution Turns Bloody? Ten Dead in Toronto

A Method to His Madness: Stephen Paddock and the 2nd Amendment

Terrorism and the Law: a Question of “Free Will”?

A Little Crooked House: Trudeau, Morneau, BMO & KPMG Inc

Kalaratri Appears: Indigenous Women Take-Up Arms in India

Teacher’s Out in Front

Nazi Heritage: the Strange Saga of Chrystia Freeland’s Ukrainian Grandfather

There Must Be Some Way Out of Here: the Silence of Dylan

Mercenary Logic: 12 Dead in Kabul

Trial by Fire in Alberta

Mental Health in Canadian Schools