The annual reports of post-proposal doctoral students reveal the rich diversity and extent of research, conference participation, and publishing by the department's senior graduate students. They have conducted archival and other forms of research throughout Canada (including Nunavik) and the United States as well as in numerous repositories in Europe and Africa. Queen's was well-represented by dozens of papers presented at other universities, at annual meetings of several scholarly organizations (including the Canadian and American Historical Associations, the American Society for Ethnohistory, the Central Eurasian Studies Society, and the African Studies Association), to numerous occasional conferences, workshops, and lecture series, and as part of the McGill-Queen's Conference they helped organize. As well as their reviews of the scholarly work of others in an impressive range of journals, look for our students' own work in contributions to anthologies on topics ranging from Ulster loyalism, to Canada's national parks, to the global sixties, to the environmental history of Nigeria. A number of articles by our PhD candidates have also appeared in 2009 in such eminent venues as the Historical Journal, the Journal of African History, and the Canadian Historical Review. The department is justly proud of the contribution our students continue to make to the discipline.