Mallory Davies

PhD candidate
Mallory Davies

Home University: University of Waterloo


Education: BA (Hons) International Development, Guelph; MA Educational Studies, UBC

Research Fields: Canadian, History of Education, Gender and Family History

Supervisor: Kristina Llewellyn

Mallory Davies completed her BA (Hons.) in International Development at the University of Guelph, and her MA in Educational Studies at the University of British Columbia prior to her doctoral studies. Mallory is currently a PhD Candidate in the department of History at the University of Waterloo. Her doctoral research examines teen mothers’ integration into public education in the 1970s and 1980s to present. Mallory is also interested in the history of education more broadly and has co-written newspaper articles about the school (re)naming discussions in Vancouver. She is also a research assistant on the Thinking Historically for Canada’s Future project, where she focuses on citizenship and history education. Mallory is the Fall 2021 winner of the Wendy Mitchinson Award in History, an OGS scholar, and the TUGSA co-president for the University of Waterloo for 2021-22.