Dennis Molinaro, B.A. (Trent) M.A. (Queen’s) PhD ( Toronto). Dennis Molinaro currently he teaches Canadian foreign policy and the history of intelligence at OntarioTech University. He has also previously taught the History of Modern Espionage at the University of Toronto.
He has researched and published a book and articles on the use of wartime powers in peacetime and state security and intelligence policies such as deportation.
He was a contributor to the Osgoode’s Canadian State Trials Series and his research on wiretapping in the Cold War received widespread national media coverage.
Dennis Molinaro’s (editor) new book is The Bridge in the Parks: The Five Eyes and Cold War Counter Intelligence.
He can be reached at dennis.molinaro@ontariotechu.
Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History Books
Am Exceptional Law: Section 98 and the Emergency State, 1919-1936 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2017), 321 pp.