Our graduate students complete research projects in a wide array of temporal, geographic, and thematic fields, from the ancient to the modern, from the global to the local.
James Andrew Bonar, "New Atlantis: A Venetian Vision of the Americas."
Christopher Coome, "Retracing Eternity: Freemasonry, Theosophy and the Occult Revival."
Nicholas Haisell, "The Useable Past: History and Collective Identity in Nova Scotia, 1835-1920."
Timothy Michael Olinski, "The Battle of Lepanto: The Image of the Turk in Renaissance Neo-Latin Poetry."
Hee Min (Julian) Yang, “Author and Audience: Creating `Sanctifiction' in Middle Byzantine Hagiography.”
- Listen to Matthew's interview on Episode 23 of the Alumni Archives Podcast
- Read Matthew's Alumni Story
- Listen to Tabitha's interview on Episode 8 of the Alumni Archives Podcast
- Read Tabitha's Alumni Story
Valerie Martin, "The Honest Man/L’Homme Honnête: The Colonial Gentleman, the Development of the Press, and the Race and Gender Discourses of the Newspapers in the British “Province of Quebec,” 1764-1791."