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Queen's University
 

Georgia Carley

Carley.JPG Ph.D. Candidate
Pre-Confederation Canada, Colonial North America, 18th Century British Atlantic

Email:  georgia.carley@queensu.ca
Phone: 613-533-6000, Ext: 74383
Fax: 613-533-6298

Education

M.A. in Canadian Studies and Indigenous Studies, Trent University, 2010
B. A. in Early Modern Studies and Canadian Studies, University of King's College, 2008


About

My research interests in Canadian Studies have drawn me to consider areas of Canadian history prior to Confederation. My dissertation project, under the supervision of Dr. Errington and Dr. den Otter, aims to place British-Native American treaties in the context of Britain's broader treaty-making activities, through an investigation of a treaty concluded in 1730 in London, England, between seven Cherokee delegates and the Lords Commissioners of Trade and Plantations. I am also interested in the built environment of early nineteenth-century Canadian cities.

 

Publications

"Le rejet des contraintes de la société de consommation dans La danse juive de Lise Tremblay"Initiales/Initials Vol. 22, 2008, pp. 49-64.

Conference Presentations:

"Cost, Commodity and Gift: The Board of Trade's conceptualization of British-Native American gift-giving during Pontiac's War" McNeil Center for Early American Studies  "The War Called Pontiac's, 1763–2013" Conference, Philadelphia, United States, April 4-6, 2013.

"Dress-Consciousness and Dynamic Personal Identity: The cases of Joseph Brant Thayendanegea and Emily Pauline Johnson Tekahionwake." Graduate Visual Culture Association 'Context and Meaning XII: Making and Breaking Identity' conference, February 2, 2013, Queen's University, Kingston, Canada.

"The Want of a Plank Walk: Quotidian Mobility and Municipal Responsibility in the City of Kingston, Ontario, Canada, 1846-1851." Social History Society 37th Annual Conference April 4, 2012, University of Brighton, Brighton, United Kingdom.

"The Want of a Plank Walk: Negotiating Municipal Responsibility in the City of Kingston, 1846-1851." Dalhousie Graduate History Society 'History Across the Disciplines' Conference March 17, 2012, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada.

"Perceptive Portraits: British Perception and Eighteenth-Century English Portraits of Indigenous North American Diplomats."Transmission -> Translation -> Relocation: An International Interdisciplinary Student Conference March 28, 2009, University of Indiana – Bloomington, United States.

"Mapping the Perceptual Terrain of Proto-Canadian Identity, 1763-1783." Imagining Canada: Past, Present and Future: Fifth Annual Trent-Carleton Graduate Conference November 20, 2008, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.

Awards

2013-2014 D.W. Stewart Graduate Fellowship
Ontario Graduate Scholarship (2013-14)
SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canadian Graduate Scholarship - Doctoral (2010-2013)
Ontario Graduate Scholarship (2009)
SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canadian Graduate Scholarship - Masters (2008)
King's Silver Medal (University of King's College) (2008)

 

 

 

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