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Joanne Archibald (PhD Candidate) joins the North American and Arctic Defence and Security Network (NAADSN) as a Research Fellow

PhD Candidate Joanne Archibald has joined a team of nearly one hundred scholars as a Research Fellow at the North American and Arctic Defence and Security Network (NAADSN). 

In this role, Joanne will continue to advance her research into the ways in which the expansion of the Canadian military over the first years of Cold War combined with "the development of an intimate continental defence relationship with the United States, and how Louis St. Laurent’s government used Canada’s military to advance his vision for the nation."

Having first graduated from Queen's in 2014 and presently studying under Dr. Allan English, Joanne was also the Donald S. Rickerd Fellowship in Canadian-American Studies and the John K. Hulston Scholarship for her research at the Harry S. Truman and Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Libraries this year. 

Congratulations, Joanne!


To read more about Joanne and her present research interests, visit her NAADSN profile here.

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