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Queen's University
 

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Ph.D. Candidate
Women and gender, North America

Email:  12vm21@queensu.ca
Phone:  613-533-2150
Fax:  613-533-6298

Education

BA (Honours History), Bishop's University, 2011;
MA (History), Brock University, 2012


About

Broadly, I'm interested in women and gender relations in North America. Under the supervision of Dr. Jane Errington, my research addresses the complex relationship of free urban women in New England to the political sphere of the early American Republic.

Conference Presentations:

"Beyond Republican Motherhood: Hannah Mather Crocker and Women's Politics in New England, 1775-1830," presented at the Pierre Savard Conference, University of Ottawa, May 2013

"'For Free Air': Hannah Mather Crocker and Women's Rights in Republican America," presented at Future Histories: Brock Graduate Student History Conference, Brock University, March 2012

Translated publications:

Universal Rights, Systemic Violations and Cultural Relativism in Morocco. By Osire Glacier, 2013; Translation by Valérie Martin

Political Women in Morocco: Then and Now. By Osire Glacier, 2013; Translation by Valérie Martin

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000