Kenneth Neil Sheppard / Montréal, Canada /


2012. The Johns Hopkins University, PhD, Department of History.

2005. The University of Ottawa, MA, Department of History.

2003. The University of Alberta, BA Honours, Department of History.


2015. Anti-Atheism in Early Modern England 1580-1720: The Atheist Answered and His Error Confuted. Brill.

2015. “J. G. A. Pocock as an Intellectual Historian.” A Companion to Intellectual History. Wiley-Blackwell. pp. 113-26.

2013. “Telling Contested Stories: J. G. A. Pocock and Paul Ricœur.History of European Ideas. 39, 6: pp. 879-898.

2012. “Atheism, Apostasy, and the Afterlives of Francis Spira in Early Modern England.The Seventeenth Century. 27, 4: pp. 410-34.

2011. “Visions of History: Simon Schama, Mark Noll, and Paul Ricœur.” Expositions. 5, 1: pp. 75-79.