Congratulations to our scholars who recently defended their dissertations!
Sarah Shropshire, December 14, 2021. "Sun Science: Environmental Health, Medical Specialization and Body Politics in 20th-Century Canada." University of Guelph.
Andrew Moore, November 2021. "Manorial Regulation and Negotiation in a Late Medieval Environment: Land and Community at Herstmonceux, 1308-1440." University of Waterloo.
Cameron Winter, November 2, 2021. "Three Years and Two Continents Apart: A Comparative Study of the Great Sioux War and Anglo-Zulu War." University of Waterloo.
Chelsea (Hartlen) Larsson, October 15, 2021. "Violence, Legal Culture and Social Control: The Records of Scotland’s Justiciary Court, 1493–1558." University of Guelph.
Russ Freure, April 15, 2021. "A Modern American Conservative: How Ronald Reagan Legitimized the Religious Right and Helped Reshape the American Zeitgeist." University of Waterloo.
Timothy Clarke, January 5, 2021. "Threads of Memory: A Culture of Commemoration in Kenya Colony, 1918-1930." University of Waterloo.
Mary Anne Gonzales, December 7, 2020. "Charitable Communities: Beguines and Charity in Later Medieval Douai, 1218-1360." University of Guelph.
Sarah McTavish, September 15, 2020. "The Queer Eternal September: LGBTQ Identity on the Early Internet and Web." University of Waterloo.