2019 Graduates

Devlin, Shayna (2019) - “Whatever the world admires in a prince.” Robert Stewart, duke of Albany: Power, Politics, and Family in Late Medieval Scotland

Falcon, Kyle (2019) - The Ghost Story of the Great War: Spiritualism, Psychical Research and the British War Experience, 1914-1939.

Maricic, Alan (2019) - “Lucky that East Germany also exists”: Yugoslavia between the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic (1955-1968)

Schuurs, Erin (2019) - Stompin' Grounds: Performing Country Music in Canada

Sholdice, Mark (2019) - The Ontario Experiment: Hydroelectricity, Public Ownership, and Transnational Progressivism, 1906-1939

Yuan, Jianda (2019) - More Complicated than Treason or Obedience: Rectifying Historical Narratives of Manchukuo’s Top-Level Chinese-Speaking Officials, 1931-1937

2018 Graduates

Cogan, Theodore (Ted) (2018) - Sharing the Nation’s Heart Globally? Foreign Aid and the Canadian Public, 1950-1980

Cross, Gwenith (2018) - Modernizing Midwifery: Managing Childbirth in Ontario and the British Isles, 1900–1950

Evans, Paul (2018) - "The Least Possible Fuss and Publicity": The Politics of Immigration in Postwar Canada, 1945-1963

Gayford, Matthew (2018) – War, Factionalism, and Civil-Military Tension: The Madras Army and the Company State in the Carnatic, 1767-1777

Marano, Carla (2018) – For the Freedom of the Black People: Case Studies on the Universal Negro Improvement Association in Canada, 1900-1950


Rosenthal, Lyndsay (2018) - Venus in the Trenches: The Treatment of Venereal Disease in the Canadian Expeditionary Force, 1914-1919

Toledo Candelaria, Marian (2018) – From reformed barbarian to “saint-king”: literary portrayals of King Malcolm III Canmore (r. 1058-93) in Scottish historical narratives, c. 1100- 1449

2017 Graduates

Atkinson, Maureen (2017) –  Replacing Sound Assumptions: Rediscovered narratives of Post War Northern British Columbia

Campbell Windle, Victoria (2017) –  We of the New Left: A Gender History of the Student Union for Peace Action from the Anti-Nuclear Movement to Women’s Liberation

Gagnon, Marc-André (2017) – « À mon drapeau : je jure d’être fidèle » : le mouvement des Sociétés Saint-Jean-Baptiste, 1947-1984

Glaze, Alice (2017) – Woman’s Networks of Family, Work, Support and Slander in Canongate, 1600-1660

Granato, Rebecca (2017) - The Making of a State in Waiting: The Lives of Fatah Political Prisoners, 1967 to 1985

Holton, Caitlin (2017) – Masculine Identity in Medieval Scotland: gender, Ethnicity, and Regionality

McIsaac, Jacqueline (2017) – Writing with Light: Rural Ontario’s Glass Plate Photography and Visions of Rural Land, 1851-1920

McLaughlin, Andrew (2017) –  The Best Covered War in History: Intimate Perspectives from the Battlefields of Iraq

Scurr, Cory (2017) - Cold War by “Other Means”: Canada’s Foreign Relations with Communist Eastern Europe, 1957-1963

Tavenor, Joshua (2017) – Climate and Capitalism: English Perceptions of Newfoundland’s Natural Environment and Economic Value, 1610-1699

Vermeyden, Anne (2017) – The Popularization of Belly Dance in Toronto, Canada (1950-1990): Hybridization and Uneven Exchange

Wiseman, Matthew S. (2017) – The Science of Defence: Security, Research, and the North in Cold War Canada

2016 Graduates

Adema, Seth (2016) - More than Stone and Iron: Indigenous History and Incarceration in Canada, 1834-1996

Calow, Keith (2016) - A Sickly Season: The Royal Canadian Navy and the Mainguy Commission

Dye, Sierra (2016) – "Develische Wordis": Speech as Evidence in Scotland’s Witch Trails, 1563-1736

Gal, Andrea (2016) - Grassroots Consumption: Ontario Farm Families’ Consumption Practices, 1900-45

Hopkins, Marjorie (2016) – Humanism as Civic Project: the Example of the College de Guyenne

Nurse-Gupta, Jodey (2016) – Food, Flowers, and Fancywork: Fashioning, Negotiating, and Expanding the Roles of Women in Ontario Agricultural Socities and Fairs, 1846-1980

Van Allen, Nicholas (2016) – On the Farm, in the Town, and in the City: Nineteenth-Century Networks and Spaces in Rural Middlesex County, Southwestern Ontario

Wood, Whitney (2016 - Birth Pangs: Maternity, Medicine, and Feminine Delicacy in English Canada, 1867-1950

2015 Graduates

Ackerman, Katrina (2015) - A Region at Odds: Abortion Politics in the Maritime Provinces, 1969-1988


Cundy, Alyssa (2015) - A "Weapon of Starvation": The Politics, Propaganda, and Morality of Britain's Hunger Blockade of Germany, 1914-1919

Frandsen, Bertram (2015) - The Rise and Fall of Canada's Cold War Air Force, 1948-1968

Keelan, Geoff (2015) - Bourassa’s War: Henri Bourassa and the First World War

Stubbings, Matthew (2015) - Conservatism and British imperialism in India: finding the local roots of empire in Britain and India

Young, Elaine (2015) – Placing battlefields: Ontario’s War of 1812 Niagara Frontier, 1885-1939

2014 Graduates

Campbell-Miller, Jill (2014) – The Mind of Modernity: Canadian Bilateral Foreign Assistance to India, 1950-60

Crossen, Jonathan (2014) – Decolonization, Indigenous Internationalism, and the World Council of Indigenous Peoples

Downey, Allan (2014) - The Creator's Game: Aboriginal Racialized Identities in Canada's Colonial Age, 1844-1990

Erwin, Norman (2014) - Confronting Hitler's Legacy: Canadian Jews and Early Holocaust Discourse, 1933-1956

Filice, Michelle (2014) - "The Frater soldiers": Male nursing-orderlies in the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps, 1939-1950

Goodlet, Kirk (2014) - In the Shadows of the Sea: the Destruction and Recovery of Zeeland, the Netherlands, 1940-1948

Harrison, Scott (2014) - The Cold War and Indigenous People

Kirkby, Ryan (2014) – Men against Power: Antistatism, Grassroots Organizing, and the Vietnam Veterans Against the War

Maas, Francis (2014) - Pierre Trudeau and the leopard main battle tank: Armour in the Canadian armed forces, 1964-1981

McCullough, Katie (2014) - Building the Highland Empire: The Highland society of London and the Formation of Charitable Networks in Great Britain and Canada, 1778-1857

Pereira-Alvares, Rochelle (2014) - Mickeys, Minis and Pints: An Investigation of the Marketing and Advertising Initiatives of Seagram and Hiram Walker, 1950-1969

Stewart, Luke (2014) - "A New Kind of War": The Vietnam War and the Nuremberg Principles, 1964-1968

2013 Graduates

Bowley, Patricia (2013) - A Century of Soybeans: Scientific Research and Mixed Farming in Agricultural Southern Ontario, 1881-1983

Cox, Lisa (2013) - “Reasonable Tact and Diplomacy”: Disease Management and Bovine Tuberculosis in North America: 1890 - 1950

Dupuis, Serge (2013) - Le passage du Canada français à la Francophonie mondiale : mutations nationales, démocratisation et altruisme au mouvement Richelieu, 1944 – 1995

Greaves, Laura (2013) – "Concerned not only with relief": UNRRA’s work rehabilitating the Displaced Persons in the American zone of occupation in Germany, 1945-1947

Greavette, Gordon (2013) – "The Shell Committee: A study in Canadian industrial mobilization and politics in war, September 1914-November 1915"

Harris, Tavis (2013) – A Treaty is Better than a Battleship: Canada, Autonomy and Interwar Naval Disarmament

Locker-Biletzki, Amir - (2013) - The Holidays of the Revolution Myth, Ritual and Identity among Tel-Aviv Communists, 1919-1965

MacLeod, Daniel (2013) – Servants to St. Mungo: The Church in Sixteenth-Century Glasgow

Raska, Jan (2013) - Freedom's Voices: Czech and Slovak Immigration to Canada during the Cold War

Sweeney, Mark (2013) - The Canadian War Crimes Liaison Detachment - Far East and the Prosecution of Japanese "Minor" War Crimes

Weaver, Sharon (2013) - Making Place on the Canadian Periphery: Back-to-the-Land on the Gulf Islands and Cape Breton

Whalen, Jane (2013) – Wasting away: The impact of policy and policymakers on the rise of tuberculosis in Aboriginal communities, 1867-1945

Wilson, John (2013) - King Alpha’s Song in a Strange Land: Jamaican Migrant and Canadian Host in Toronto’s Transnational Reggae Music Scene, 1973-1990

2012 Graduates

Blom, Suzette (2012) - Implications of Jewish divorces that became causes celebres: the reform of Jewish status and juridical centralization

Hatton, Nathan (2012) – Grappling on the Grain Belt: Wrestling in Manitoba to 1931

Parker, Heather (2012) – "In all Gudly Haste": The Formation of Marriage in Scotland, c. 1350-1600

Rose, Kathryn Elizabeth (2012) – The Long Reach of War: Canadian Records Management and the Public Archives

2011 Graduates

Leddy, Lianne C. (2011) – Cold War Colonialism: The Serpent River First Nation and Uranium Mining, 1953-1988

McGowan, Katharine (2011) – "We are wards of the Crown and cannot be regarded as full citizens of Canada": Native Peoples, the Indian Act and Canada’s War Effort

Sica, Emanuele (2011) – Italiani Brava Gente? The Italian Occupation of Southeastern France in the Second World War, 1940-1943

Terbenche, Danielle (2011) – Public Servants or Professional Alienists?: Medical Superintendents and the Early Professionalization of Asylum Management and Insanity Treatment in Upper Canada, 1840-1865

2010 Graduates

Anderson, Kim (2010) – Life stages and northern Algonquian women, 1930–1960: The elders remember

Gies, Kristopher (2010) – Amateur Soldiering in Industrial Britain: The Early Territorial Force in Glasgow, 1908-1914

Hinson, Andrew (2010) – Migrant Scots in a British city: Toronto's Scottish community, 1881–1911

Quirk, Kathleen (2010) - The Thompsons’ Town: Family, Industry, and Material Culture in Indiana, Ontario, 1830–1900

Ritchie, Elizabeth M. J. (2010) – The Faith of the Crofters: Christianity and Identity in the Hebrides, 1793-1843

Scott, Katherine (2010) – Modernity’s in the Pudding: Towards an Understanding of Women’s Material Contributions and Responses to Modern Domestic Ideals and Practices in the Ottawa Valley

2009 Graduates

Caravaggio, Angelo N. (2009) – Commanding the Green Line: A Caset Study of Division Command in the Second World War

MacFadyen, Joshua (2009) – Fashioning Flax: Industry, Region, and Work in North American Fibre and Linseed Oil, 1850-1930

Priestman, Karen (2009) – Illusion of Coexistence: The Waldorf schools in the Third Reich, 1933-1941

Smith, Barbara (2009) - The Rules of Engagement: German Women and British Occupiers, 1945–1949

2008 Graduates

Rosenfeld, Jean (2008) – "A Noble House in the City": Domestic Architecture as Elite Signification in 19th Century Hamilton”

Sager, Jason (2008) – Devotion and the Political: Sermon and Devotional Literature in the Reigns of Henri IV and Louis XIII, 1598-1643

2007 Graduates

Bondy, Renée D. (2007) – Roman Catholic Women Religious and Organizational Reform in English Canada: The Ursuline and Holy Names Sisters in the Diocese of London, Ontario, 1950-1970

Bunch, Matthew James (2007) – All Roads Lead to Rome: Canada, the Freedom From Hunger Campaign, and the Rise of NGOs, 1960-1980

Connor, Steven (2007) – Golden Pheasants and Eastern Kings: The German District Administration in the Occupied Soviet Union, 1941-1944

Nicholas, Jane (2007) – Catching the Public Eye: The Body, Space, and Social Order in 1920s Canadian Visual Culture

Quirk, Laura (2007) – The Thompsons’ Town: Family, Industry, and Material Culture in Indiana, Ontario 1830-1900

Sager, Jason (2007) - Devotion and the Political: Sermon and Devotional Literature in the Reigns of Henri IV and Louis XIII, 1598–1643

Wood, James A. (2007) – The Sense of Duty: Canadian Ideas of the Citizen Soldier, 1896-1917

2006 Graduates

Churchill, Jason L (2006) – The Limits to Influence: The Club of Rome and Canada, 1968 to 1988

Tivy, Mary (2006) – The Local History Museum in Ontario 1851-1985: An Intellectual History

Touhey, Ryan (2006) - Dealing with the Peacock: India in Canadian foreign policy, 1941-1976

Wakelam, Randall Thomas (2006) – Operational research in RAF Bomber Command, 1941-1945 (Britain)

2005 Graduates

Falconer, J. Robert (2005) – Community, Conflict And Control: The Burgh Of Aberdeen, c.1542-c.1603

Fowler, Michelle (2005) - Keeping the faith: The Presbyterian press in peace and war, 1913-1919

Thompson, Andrew (2005) - In defence of principles: NGOs, human rights and the Supreme Court of Canada, 1985-1992

2004 Graduates

Freeman, Kirrily (2004) - The battle for bronzes: The destruction of French public statuary, 1941-1944

The battle for bronzes: The destruction of French public statuary, 1941–1944

Nugent, Janay (2004) – Marriage Matters: Evidence from the Kirk Session Records of Scotland, c. 1560-1650

2003 Graduates

Bangarth, Stephanie D. (2003) – The politics of rights : Canadian and American advocacy groups and North America’s citizens of Japanese ancestry, 1942-1949.

O’Shea, Christopher (2003) – Vision of Masculinity: Home-Health Advice Literature, Medical Discourse and Male Sexuality in English Canada, 1870-1914

2002 Graduates

Moir, Scott (2002) – "Some godlie, wyse and vertious gentilmen": Communities, state formation, and the justices of the peace in Scotland, 1587–1660

Sanmiya, Inge Vibeke (2002) – A Spirit of Enterprise: The Western Fair Association, London, Ontario: 1867-1947

Smardz Frost, Karolyn (2002) – I’ve Got a Home in Glory Land: A Lost Tale of the Underground Railroad.

2001 Graduates

Briggs, Catherine (2001) – Fighting for women’s equality, the federal Women’s Bureau, 1945-1967 : an example of early state feminism in Canada

Walsh, John (2001) – Landscapes of longing: Colonization and the problem of state formation in Canada West

2000 and prior Graduates

Fallon, Michael (2000) – People of the Covenant: Dutch Reformed Immigration into Canada after World War II

Gorrie, Richard (2000) – Gentle Riots?: Theatre Riots in London, 1730-1780

Miller, Ian Hugh Maclean (2000) – "Our glory and our grief": Toronto and the Great War (Ontario)

Sheffield, Robert Scott (2000) – Winning the War, Winning the Peace: The Image of the ‘Indian’ in English-Canada, 1930-1948

Calnan, James (1999) – "Blessed be the tie that binds": Voluntary associations and community in Picton, Ontario, 1870–1914

Smith, Edward (1999) – The Dialectics of Faith: Laity, Clergy, and Church Life in Three Hamilton Anglican Parishes, 1880-1914

McLean, Scott (1998) – Literature to Instruct, Amuse and Entertain: The Cheap Literature Movement in Scotland, 1768-1845

Gleason, Mona (1996) - Normalizing the Ideal: Psychology, the School, and the Family in post-World War II Canada, 1945-1960