Michael Keefer | College of Arts

Michael Keefer

Professor (retired), Professor Emeritus
School of English and Theatre Studies


I am interested in the applied ethics of scholarship. I believe scholarly research should be a sceptical practice that insistently questions truth claims of all kinds—textual, theological, ideological—and at the same time a worldly practice of hermeneutically informed interpretation that takes responsibility for what our best critically-sifted evidence points us toward as truth. 

The same critical methods and principles have been in play throughout my scholarly research, whether in the critical editing of 16th-century texts, the study of unapprehended textual filiations in early modern intellectual history, and the analysis of contemporary polemics over ‘political correctness’, or alternatively in assessments of the evidence of systematic fraud in recent US elections, in contemporary ‘false-flag’ terrorism, and in that complex structure of resource-war aggressions and domestic repression that goes by the name of the ‘war on terror.’    






2010 Antisemitism Real and Imagined: Responses to the Canadian Parliamentary Coalition to Combat Antisemitism.  Waterloo, Ont.: The Canadian Charger, 2010.  286 pp. 


2008 Editor, Christopher Marlowe, “The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus”: A Critical Edition of the 1604 Version, with a full critical edition of the revised and censored 1616 text and selected source and contextual materials.  Peterborough, Ont., and Lewiston, N.Y.: Broadview Press, 2008.  440 pp.  


2007 Editor, Doctor Faustus: a 1604-Version Edition: Christopher Marlowe.   Second edition, with new preface, revised introduction, and revised and updated critical apparatus.  Peterborough, Ont., and Lewiston, N.Y.: Broadview Press, 2007.  314 pp.  Text and selected notes reprinted in The Broadview Anthology of British Literature, 2006.   



Chapters in Books 


2010 “The Dignity of the Haitian Women (and Canada’s Shame).”  In Investigating Canadian Identities: 10th Anniversary Contributions, ed. Anna Pia De Luca.  Centre for Canadian Culture Studies Series.  Udine: FORUM, Editrice Universitaria Udinese, 2010.  115-29. 


2009 “Resisting the Post-National: Canadian Critiques of the Geo/Cultural Politics of Globalization.”  In Canada: Images of a Post/National Society—Images d’une société post/nationale, ed. Gunilla Florby, Mark Shackleton, and Katri Suhonen.  Études Canadiennes—Canadian Studies, vol. 19.  Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2009.  39-54. 


2007a “The Harper Government and ‘War-on-Terror’ Immigration Policy.”  In What is Your Place? Indigeneity and Immigration in Canada, ed. Hartmut Lutz, with Rafico Ruiz.  Beiträge zur Kanadistik, Band 14.  Schriftenreihe der Gesellschaft für Kanada-Studien.  Augsburg: Wißner-Verlag, 2007.  169-90.   


2007b “Just What We Needed: A Critic with Duende.”  In Barry Callaghan: Essays on His Works, ed. Priscila Uppal.  Toronto: Guernica, 2007.  363-66.  


2007c “Barry Callaghan and the Invention of Cultural Studies.”  In Barry Callaghan: Essays on His Works, ed. Priscila Uppal.  Toronto: Guernica, 2007.  452-62.   


2007d “Agrippa von Nettesheim, Henricus Cornelius (1486-1535).”  In Die Kleine Routledge Enzyklopädie der Philosophie, Band 1 A-G, ed. Edward Craig.  Berlin: Xenomai Verlag, 2007.  13.   


  1. 2006 Text and selected notes of my 2007 edition of Doctor Faustus reproduced in The Broadview Anthology of British Literature, Volume 2: The Renaissance and the Early Seventeenth Century, eds. Joseph Black, Leonard Conolly et al. (Petrerborough, Ontario: Broadview Press, 2006), pp. 416-49.  


2004a “Rooke’s Hooker: Prolepsis, Natural Law, Decentring in Shakespeare’s Dog.”  In White Gloves of the Doorman: The Works of Leon Rooke, ed. Branko Gorjup.  Toronto: Exile Editions, 2004.  211-35.  An earlier version was published online (2004) at the Canadian Adaptations of Shakespeare Project (CASP), http://www.canadianshakespeare.ca/multimedia/pdf/keefer.pdf         


2004b “Marlowe’s Gnostic Helen of Troy and the Tropes of Belatedness and Historical Mediation.”  In Fantasies of Troy: Classical Tales and the Social Imaginary in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, ed. Alan Shepard and Stephen D. Powell.  Toronto: CRRS, 2004.  39-62.  



Refereed Articles  


2006 “The A and B Texts of Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus Reconsidered.”  The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 100.2 (June 2006): 227-57.    



Unrefereed Articles 


2009a “The Toronto 18 Frame-Up: Fraud and Fear-Mongering in the ‘War on Terror’.”  Global Outlook 13 (2009): 52-59; available online in June 2008 at http://www.globaloutlook.ca/pdfs/The%20Toronto%2018.Final.pdf; also published online at five other websites; final version available online at http://www.globaloutlook.ca/pdfs/Keefer%208.pdf.   


2009b “Further Reflections on the ‘Toronto 18’ Case: ‘Terror Law’ and the ‘Crimen Exceptum’.”  Global Outlook 13 (2009): 60-62; available online at http://www.globaloutlook.ca/pdfs/Keefer%208.pdf


2009c “The Toronto 18: A Second Update.” Global Outlook 13 (2009): 62-64; available online at http://www.globaloutlook.ca/pdfs/Keefer%208.pdf


2009d “A Canada Day Meditation: Standing on Guard for What, Precisely?”  The Canadian Charger (7 August 2009), http://www.thecanadiancharger.com/page.php?id=5&a=87


2009e “Antisemitism in Canada.” The Canadian Charger (3 September 2009), http://www.thecanadiancharger.com/page.php?id=5&a=115.   


2008 “The Unacknowledged Scandal of Electoral Fraud.”  Humanist Perspectives 165 (Summer 2008): 11-16.  


2006a “Two Responses to Paul Gronke.” [Debate on evidence of fraud in the 2004 U.S. presidential election; 4 January and 22 January], in “New Year’s Resolutions?” Blue Oregon (30 December 2005-22 January 2006), http://www.blueoregon.com/2005/12/new_years_resol.htm.  


2006b “Petrodollars and Nuclear Weapons Proliferation: Understanding the Planned Attack on Iran.”  Centre for Research on Globalization (10 February 2006), http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=viewArticle&code=KEE20060210&articleid=1936; also published online at twenty-four other websites.    


2006c “Fraud and Scandal in Haiti’s Presidential Election: Préval’s Victory and the UN’s Disgrace.”  Centre for Research on Globalization (3 March 2006), http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=viewArticle&code=KEE20060303&articleid=2061; also published online at ten other websites.    


2006d “Media Disinformation on 911: Anatomy of a Hatchet Job: CBC Radio’s ‘The Current’ and Scholars for 9/11 Truth.”  Centre for Research on Globalization (29 August 2006), http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=viewArticle&code=KEE20060829&articleid=3090; also published online at eight other websites.   


2006e “The 2006 US Midterms: Another Stolen Election?”  Centre for Research on Globalization (4 November 2006), http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=viewArticle&code=KEE20061104&articleid=3700; also published online at four other websites.  


2006f “Into the Ring with Counterpunch on 9/11: How Alexander Cockburn, Otherwise so Bright, Blanks Out on 9/11 Evidence.”  Scholars for 9/11 Truth (4 November 2006),  http://www.st911.org; also published online at thirteen other websites, among them the Letters section of the Journal of 9/11 Studies, http://journalof911studies.com/letters/e/ProfKeeferRepliesToCockburnCounterpunch.pdf.    


2006g “The Harper Government and Canada’s ‘War-on-Terror’ Immigration Policy.”  Centre for Research on Globalization (12 December 2006), http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=viewArticle&code=KEE20061212&articleid=4137; also published online at seven other websites.  


2005a “The Strange Death of American Democracy: Endgame in Ohio.”  Centre for Research on Globalization  (24 January 2005), http://www.globalresearch.ca/articles/KEE501A.html; also published online at thirteen other websites.    


2005b “Hugo Chavez Frías and the Sense of History.”  Autonomy & Solidarity (1 May 2005), http://www.auto_sol.tao.ca/node/view/1355?PHPSESSID=95e2a763c958b25eb4a4278e0809ee1; also published online at ZNet (3 May 2005), http://www.zmag.org/content/showarticle.cfm?SectionID=45&ItemID=7775; at the Centre for Research on Globalization (6 May 2005), http://www.globalresearch.ca/articles/KEE505A.html; and at eleven other websites.     


2005c “Hugo Chavez Frias e il senso della storia.”  Trans. Carlo Martini.  ZNet (3 maggio 2005), http://www.zmag.org/Italy/keefer-chavezsensostoria.htm; also published online at Peacelink: telematica per la pace (9 maggio 2005), http://www.italy.peacelink.org/latina/articles/art_11070.html; and at “Blogopoli (Un Blog tra passato e presente, per guardare ottimisticamenta, al futuro),” Il cannochiale (11 maggio 2005), http://www.ilcannochiale.it/blog/style/autumn/dettaglio.asp?id_blog=4683.    


2005d “George Galloway’s Lesson in Speaking Truth to Power.”  Centre for Research on Globalization (18 May 2005), http://www.globalresearch.ca/articles/KEE505B.html; also published online at Autonomy & Solidarity (18 May 2005), http://www.auto_sol.tao.ca/view/1382?PHPSESSID=e0b4e8dc7073d9764a977493fd783329; and at four other websites.    


2005e “A Cup of Cool Reason for the Ottawa Citizen’s Fevered Brow: In Defence of Michel Chossudovsky.”  Canadian Action Party (10 September 2005), http://www.canadianactionparty.ca/MainPages/News.asp?Type=secNonParty%20OR%20secParty&ID=532&Language=English; also published online at seven other websites, among them Upping the Anti: a journal of theory and action (14 September2005), http://uppingtheanti.org/node/1541.      


2005f “Were British Special Forces Soldiers Planting Bombs in Basra?  Suspicions Strengthened by Earlier Reports.”  Centre for Research on Globalization (25 September 2005), http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=viewArticle&code=KEE20050925&articleid=994; also published online at thirty other websites.   


2005g “Soldati Britannici delle Forze Speciali Posizionavano Bombe a Bassora? Sospetti Rafforzati da Notizie Precedenti.”  Traduzione per www.comedonchisciotte.org a cura di Oriente.  Come Don Chiosciotte (2 October 2005), http://www.comedonchisciotte.org/site/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=1437; also published online at two other websites.  


2005h “¿Provocan EE.UU. y Gran Bretaña una guerra civil en Irak?”  Trans. Germán Leyens.  Rebelión (3 October 2005), http://www.rebelion.org/noticia.php?id=20829; also published online at eight other websites.         


2005i “Canada’s Thinker-Activists and Critics of Globalization.”  Centre for Research on Globalization (27 December 2005), http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=viewArticle&code=KEE20051223&articleid=1595; also published online at two other websites.   


2004a “Footprints of Electoral Fraud: The November 2 Exit Poll Scam.”  Centre for Research on Globalization  (5 November 2004), http://www.globalresearch.ca/articles/KEE411A.html; also published online at seventeen other websites.      


2004b “Evidence of Electoral Fraud in the 2004 U.S. Presidential Election: A Reader.”  Centre for Research on Globalization (12 November 2004), http://www.globalresearch.ca/articles/KEE411B.html   Revised version published online at OpEdNews (15 November 2004), http://www.opednews.com/keefer_111504_readings.htm; and at four other websites.      


2004c “Election Fraud in America.”  Centre for Research on Globalization (30 November 2004), http://www.globalresearch.ca/articles/KEE411D.html  Revised version published online as “The Stolen U.S. Presidential Election: A Comparative Analysis.” Autonomy & Solidarity (2 December 2004), http://auto_sol.tao.ca/node/view/1032PHPSESSID=7do805896434284614c57228e63dc47f; also published online at five other websites.     


2004d “Evidence of Fraud in the 2004 U.S. Presidential Election: An Expanded Reading List (Version 3).”  Autonomy & Solidarity (2 December 2004), http://auto_sol.tao.ca/node/view/1033?PHPSESSID=7d0805896434284614c57228e63dc47f; also published online as “Evidence of Fraud in the 2004 U.S. Presidential Election: A Reader. Integrity—or the lack of integrity—in the recent U.S. presidential election.”  Centre for Research on Globalization/Centre de recherche sur la mondialisation (5 December 2004), http://www.globalresearch.ca/articles/KEE412A.html; and reproduced online at five other websites.  (This reading list contains more than 375 entries.)       





2010 “Ehab Lotayef’s To Love a Palestinian Woman: Poems in English and Arabic.”  The Canadian Charger (25 August 2010), http://www.thecanadiancharger.com/page.php?id=5&a=557


2007 “Don’t miss this train.”  Review of Barry Callaghan, Between TrainsThe Globe and Mail (2 June 2007): D7, http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/ArticleNews/TPStory/LAC/20070602/BKCALL02/TPEntertainment/?query=religion


2005a “Playwright, brawler, lover, spy.”  Review of Louise Welsh, Tamburlaine Must Die; and of David Riggs, The World of Christopher MarloweThe Globe and Mail (March 19, 2005): D13, http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/ArticleNews/TPStory/LAC/20050319/BLMARL19/TPEntertainment/Books/.     


2005b “Just what we needed: a critic with ‘duende’.”  Review of Barry Callaghan, Raise You Five: Essays and Encounters 1964-2004, Volume One.  The Globe and Mail (May 21, 2005): D2, http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/ArticleNews/TPStory/LAC/20050521/BKCALL21/TPEntertainment/Book/.     


2004 Review of Marcel Danesi, Forever Young: The ‘Teen-Aging’ of Modern CultureUniversity of Toronto Quarterly 74.1 (Winter 2004-05): 541-42, http://muse.jhu.edu/cgi-bin/access.cgi?uri=/journals/university_of_toronto_quarterly/v074/74.1keefer.html&session=88569117.     



 Major Addresses and Conference Papers 


2010 “Critical Thinking on 9/11 and the ‘War on Terror’.” Public lecture sponsored by the UW 9/11 Research Group, University of Waterloo, 11 March 2010. 


2009 “Editing Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus: Third Thoughts About Text and Ideology.”  Faustian Bargains in Reformation Context, Session 78 of the Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Geneva, 28-30 May 2009.  


2007 “Feeling the Heat on 9/11: A Lesson in Hermeneutics for the Left Gatekeepers.”  Vancouver 9/11 Truth Conference, Maritime Labour Centre, Vancouver, 22-24 June 2007.  Video available at “Vancouver 9/11 Truth Conference Videos, Canada Wants the Truth (10 November 2007), http://www.canadawantsthetruth911videos.blogspot.com/2007/11/vancouver-911-truth-conference-videros.html.  


2006a “Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus and the Metaphorics of Translation.”  Translation 1 1/2, Umeå University Department of Modern Languages, Umeå, Sweden, 8-9 May 2006.  


2006b “The New Canadian Government and ‘War-on-Terror’ Immigration Policies.” Indigeneity and Immigration: Greifswald Canadian Studies Conference, Institut für Anglistik/Aerikanistik, Ernst-Moritz-Arnd-Universität, Greifswald, Germany, 16-18 June 2006.  


2006c “Deception Theory: 9/11 and State Terrorism.”  “Beyond Ground Zero”: 9/11 and the Futures of Critical Thought: The 2006 John Douglas Taylor Conference, McMaster University, 21 October 2006.  Previous version delivered as a public lecture in the Science for Peace Series, University of Guelph, 8 February 2006.  


2005 “Resisting the Post-National: Canadian Critiques of the Geo/Cultural Politics of Globalization.”  Images of a Post/National Society—Images d’une société post/nationale: 8th Triennial Nordic Conference in Canadian Studies, Turku, Finland, 18-21 August 2005.  


2004 “Defending the Civil Commons in an Age of State Terrorism.”  X Congreso Annual 2004 AMEC (Asosiación Mexicana de Estudios sobre Canada), Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico, 3-5 February 2004.     


Invited Lectures, Research Papers, Panel Presentations, Selected Interviews 


2010a “Media Self-Censorship and the Threat of Government Censorship.” Invited lecture given at the Islamic Society of York Region’s Crescent Centre, Richmond Hill, 14 February 2010. 


2010b Panelist, with Manish Raizada (Department of Plant Agriculture, University of Guelph), Byron Sheldrick (Department of Political Science, University of Guelph), Mary Skerrett (Haiti Action Guelph), and Nonita Yap (School of Environmental Design and Rural Development, University of Guelph), Haiti: Responding to the Crisis, University of Guelph, 24 February 2010. 


2010c “The Attack on Palestinian Human Rights in Canada.” Invited lecture, Israeli Apartheid Week, University of Guelph, 2 March 2010. 


2010d Interview with Mordecai Briemberg, “Antisemitism: Real and Imagined,” Redeye (Vancouver Community Radio), 14 September 2010. posted at Rabble.ca, http://rabble.ca/podcasts/shows/redeye/2010/09/antisemitism-real-and-imagined.


2010e “Criticize Israel—Go to Jail?” Invited lecture given at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver (sponsored by Students for Palestinian Human Rights [SPHR]), 17 September 2010. (This was the first event in a lecture tour organized by the Seriously Free Speech Committee and co-sponsored by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers [Pacific Region].)  Similar lectures, sometimes under the title “Antisemitism Real and Imagined: The Attack on Open Debate and Effective Democratic Discourse,” were given at Kwantlen Technological University, Vancouver (sponsored by the Department of Criminology), 20 September, 2010; at the Maritime Labour Centre, 1880 Triumph St., Vancouver (invited by the Vancouver and District Labour Council), 21 September 2010; at Simon Fraser University, Burnaby Campus, and at the Simon Fraser University Harbour Centre, 515 West Hastings, Vancouver (sponsored by the SFU Public Interest Research Group), 23 September 2010 (video of the second of these lectures is available at “23 Sept. Public Forum @ SFU in Vancouver: ‘Criticize Israel Go to Jail?’” Working TV, http://www.workingtv.com/2010/criticize-israel.html); at the University of Victoria, David Strong Building C116 (sponsored by the Department of Social Justice Studies), and at BCGEU Hall, 2994 Douglas St., Victoria, 24 September 2010; at the Nanaimo Harbourfront Library, 90 Commercial Street, Nanaimo (sponsored by Mid-Islanders for Justice and Peace in the Middle East), and at the Comox United Church, Comox (sponsored by the Comox Valley Peace Group, World Community, Island Word, and Mid-Islanders for Justice and Peace in the Middle East), 25 September 2010; at the University of Alberta, Telus Building, Rm. 236/238, Edmonton (sponsored by the Palestine Solidarity Network), 27 September 2010; at the University of Regina (sponsored by the Department of Sociology and Social Justice, the Department of Religious Studies, the Department of International Studies, the School of Journalism, and Professor Shadia Drury, the Canada Research Chair in Social Justice), 28 September 2010; at the University of Manitoba, 204 University College, and at the University of Winnipeg, Lockhart Hall (sponsored by the University of Winnipeg Department of Politics, the University of Manitoba Department of Labour Studies, Independent Jewish Voices [Winnipeg], Canada-Palestine Support Network [Winnipeg], Students Against Israeli Apartheid [University of Manitoba], and Canadian Dimension Magazine), 29 September 2010. My western Canada lecture tour also involved presentations to groups of Vancouver human rights activists on 16 September 2010 and 22 September 2010; an invited presentation to a Global Critical Race Theory seminar at the University of Alberta on 27 September 2010; and an invited presentation to a Religious Studies: Judaism class at the University of Regina on 28 September 2010. 


2010f Interview with Malcolm Azania, “Criticize Israel, go to jail: Professor Michael Keefer analyzes perceived anti-Semitism,” Vue Weekly: Edmonton’s 100% Independent Entertainment Source, Issue #779 (21 September 2010): 9, http://vueweekly.com/front/story/criticize_israel_go_to_jail/


2010g Interview with Mark Hasiuk, “Israel apologists cry wolf with claims of anti-Semitism: Professor’s book exposes ulterior motives of Ottawa group,” Vancouver Courier (27 September 2010), http://www.vancouver.com/Israel+apologists+cry+wolf+with+claims+antisemitism/3587179/story.html


2009a “The Betrayal of Community: The Toronto 18 Terror Fraud.”  Invited lecture given at Bloor Street United Church, 300 Bloor St. W., Toronto, 25 January 2009.  


2009b “Threats of War Against Iran.”  Invited lecture given at Bloor Street United Church, 300 Bloor St. W., Toronto, to accompany documentary footage of Iran shown by the Reel Activism group, 13 February 2009.  Video available on Youtube in five segments at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Bpz3TedqS0; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ade0GH_sUM8; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qa36PzY20Rc; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ugAUT4_tlg; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OpqXHZBu9LA.   


2009c “Fields of Solidarity: Is Canada ‘friend’ or ‘foe’ of Haiti?”  Participation by Skype in panel discussion with Marguerite Laurent (Haitian human rights activist also known as Ezilidanto) and Carlo Dade (Director General of the Canadian NGO FOCAL); The Ottawa Initiative on Haiti, 2009, conference held at the University of Ottawa, 28 February 2009.   


2009d “Haiti: New Evidence of Canadian Complicity.”  Invited lecture given at Bloor Street United Church, 300 Bloor St. W., Toronto, to accompany a showing by the Reel Activism group of Kevin Pina’s documentary We Must Kill the Bandits, 17 April 2009.  Video available through the Canada Haiti Action site, “Videos: Professor Michael Keefer talks on Haiti,” Canada Haiti Action Network (21 April 2009), http://canadahaitiaction.ca/?p=777, and on Youtube under the title “Haiti and Canada’s role in the foreign occupation,” in seven segments at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1wp83tyLos;  




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPnxol6928k; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itvFwhPZ5LQ; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Ab2s62nplo.    


2009e “Canada in Haiti.”  Interviewed by Mandy Hiscocks, together with Mary Skerrett and John Diamond of the Canada Haiti Action Network (CHAN), on “RadioPIRG,” CFRU 93.3 FM (University of Guelph), 12:00-1:30 p.m., 30 April 2009.  


2009f “Assassination and Censorship: Christopher Marlowe and Doctor Faustus.”  Invited lecture, Dipartimento di Lingue e Letterature Germaniche e Romanze, University of Udine, 18 May 2009. 


2009g “Canada in the World: Haiti and Afghanistan.”  Invited lecture, Dipartimento di Lingue e Letterature Germaniche e Romanze, University of Udine, 21 May 2009.   


2008a “Framing Narratives: The Toronto 18.”  Public lecture sponsored by the Guelph Peace Alliance, University of Guelph, 20 March 2008.   


2008b “Franz Kafka (‘Vor dem Gesetz,’ ‘Auf der Gallerie’) and the 9/11 Gatekeepers.”  Invited lecture to Communications Studies course on “Conspiracy Theory and Cultural Theory” (CS 400F), Wilfrid Laurier University, 27 March 2008.  


2008c Panel on Censorship (with Catherine Bush, Thomas King, Rozeena Maart, John Roe, and Munia Saami), Albion Hotel, Guelph, 1 April 2008.  


2008d “The Barriers to Serious Thought About 9/11.”  Rethinking 9/11 (a conference also featuring Graeme MacQueen, Tony Szamboti, Michael Truscello, Barry Zwicker, and John Gorman), Jubilee Hall, Walkerton, Ontario, 29-30 June 2008.  


2008e “The Toronto 18 Frame-Up: Fraud and Fear-Mongering in the ‘War on Terror’.”  The 9/11 Deception Continues: The ‘war on terror’ fraud and the frame-up of the ‘Toronto 18’. An evening with Dr. Bob Bowman (USA) and Prof. Michael Keefer (University of Guelph).  Sponsored by the Skeptics’ Inquiry For Truth and Global Outlook Magazine.  Bloor Street United Church, 300 Bloor Street West, Toronto, 14 July 2008. Video available at “9/11: The Deception Continues (part 1/16),” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=asU2hbn3xW4&feature=related; Part 2, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAk6b-_aPL0&feature=related; Part 3, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QBQjz11bnkE&feature=related; Part 4, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKUNIU_s26c&feature=related; Part 5, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6LXZeX8qMM&feature=related; Part 6, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SEC362d2ko4&feature=related; Part 7 (question period), http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zAfGVvYIM-s&feature=related; Part 8 (question period), http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LnzfoRDrKy4&feature=related; Part 9 (question period), http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFuZPF0XF-c&feature=related.  


2008f The Fighter Pilot & the Professor: A Conversation about 9/11.  Bob Bowman, PhD, USAF (ret.), Prof. Michael Keefer, U of Guelph.  Convened and moderated by Barry Zwicker.  14 July 2008.  Snowshoe Films, DVD released August 2008.  56 minutes 30 seconds.   


2008g 9/11: Physical Evidence.  The Agenda with Steve Paikin (with Jefferson Flanders, Prof. of Journaliism, NYU; John Ray, ‘Conspiracies are not us’; Graeme MacQueen, Prof. of Religious Studies, McMaster University; Michael Keefer, Prof. of English, University of Guelph).  TV Ontario, 10 September 2008.  58 minutes, 5 seconds. Available online at “Graeme MacQueen  & Michael Keefer  v. Debunkers—TVO—9.9.2008,” http://www.911blogger.com/node/18103; and at http://neuworldorder.com/news/graeme-macqueen-michael-keefer-v-debunkers-tvo-9-9-2008


2008h Panelist, McLaughlin Library Open Forum: Debate on the Proposed New Copyright Act, Bill C-61, University of Guelph, 30 September 2008.  


2008i Roundtable: “Democracy is the opiate of the masses,” with Dr. Karen Houle (Philosophy, U of Guelph), Dr. RichardKuhn (Geography, U of Guelph), Dr. Judith McKenzie (Political Science, U of Guleph), and Dr. RichardWalsh-Bowers (Psychology, WLU), Psychogeographies: The Terrain of Spectacle and Affect: Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference, University of Guelph, 7-8 November 2008.  


2008j “Canada’s ‘War on Terror’.”  Critical Perspectives on 9/11 and Canada’s War on Terror: An evening with Professor Paul Zarembka and Professor Michael Keefer.  Introduced by Professor Richard B. Lee.  Sidney Smith Hall, University of Toronto, 14 November 2008, 7:00-9:30 p.m.  


2008k Panelist, “9/11 and the Global Community,” Video-conference link-up with the University of Lethbridge seminar on Globalization since 1492, in collaboration with Professors Anthony Hall (Lethbridge), Graeme McQueen (McMaster), and John McMurtry (Guelph).  Trailer, 9/11 and the Global Community, edited by Adnan Zuberi, online at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GiFiB7wl1C4; the video as a whole is available at “Professors Anthony Hall, Michael Keefer, Graeme MacQueen and John McMurtry—‘9/11 and the Global Community’” (3 January 2009), http://www.911blogger.com/.   


2007 “Torture and Terrorism: The New American Gulag.”  Public lecture sponsored by Science for Peace and by the Central Student Association Human Rights Office, University of Guelph, 14 March 2007.  Also delivered at the Brunswick Theatre, 296 Brunswick Avenue, Toronto, 12 April 2007.  


2006a “Democracy in Ruins: The Stolen U.S. Presidential Election of 2004.”  Public Lecture in the Science for Peace Series, University of Guelph, 15 February 2006.  


2006b Interviewed by Duke Skorich on the subject of my article “Petrodollars and Nuclear Weapons Proliferation,” Wisconsin Public Radio, KUWS 91.3 FM, 5:30-6:00 p.m. CST,  20 February 2006.  Interview noted at Northland Liberal (20 February 2006), http://www.northlandliberal.blogspot.com/.   


2006c “Manufacturing Terror: 9/11 and the Toronto 17.” Public Lecture sponsored by the CSA Human Rights Office, University of Guelph, 14 September 2006. (Noted in The Ontarion [21 September 2006], and in The Ontarion’s letters column [28 September and 5 October 2006.])   Revised version delivered at the Brunswick Theatre, 296 Brunswick Avenue, Toronto, 30 and 31 March 2007.  


2005 “Dead Men Walking: Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus and Anthony Burgess’s A Dead Man in Deptford.”  Invited lecture to the Mindy Avrich Reading Group, Toronto, 15 September 2005.  


2004a “Marlowe our Contemporary: Terrorism and Sedition in Doctor Faustus.”  Invited lecture, University of Siena (Italy), 25 March 2004.   


2004b “Michael Winterbottom’s In This World.”  Introduction (invited) to the first film in the Beyond Hollywood 2004/2005 series, University of Guelph, 3 October 2004.  


2004c “The Deep Politics of 9/11 and the 2004 Presidential Election: Pathology and Diagnosis.”  Invited lecture, Guelph Chapter of the Council of Canadians, Dublin St. United Church, Guelph, 23 November 2004.