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Scott Berthelette and Alexander Peacock (PhD Candidate) publish an article in The New American Antiquarian

Ph.D. candidate Alexander Peacock and Scott Berthelette have published an article in the latest issue of The New American Antiquarian journal entitled, "Joseph Smith’s Journal of a Journey Inland from York Factory, 1756–57."

Claire Litt (PhD 2022) receives Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Science History Institute in Philadelphia

Dr. Claire Litt (PhD 2022) has received a postdoctoral fellowship at the Beckman Center for the History of Chemistry at the Science History Institute, a nonprofit organization in Philadelphia that focuses on the history of chemistry, engineering, and life sciences.

Graduate History Students' Association invites submissions for 20th Annual McGill-Queen's Graduate History Conference

The Graduate History Students’ Association in the Department of History at Queen’s University is pleased to invite submissions for its 20th Annual McGill-Queen’s Graduate History Conference, which will be held virtually April 28-29, 2023.

Melissa Shaw (PhD 2021) receives honourable mention for Canadian Historical Association's John Bullen Prize

Melissa N. Shaw (PhD 2021) has received Honourable Mention for the Canadian Historical Association's 2022 John Bullen Prize for her dissertation "Blackness and British 'Fair Play': Burgeoning Black Social Activism in Ontario and its Responses to the Canadian Colour Line, 1919-1939."

Austin Wild (BAH 2020 and MA 2021) awarded Journal of Military and Strategic Studies' 2022 Annual Student Award of Excellence

Austin Wild (BAH 2020 and MA 2021) has been awarded second prize for the Journal of Military and Strategic Studies' 2022 Annual Student Award of Excellence for his MA thesis, "Accidental Humanitarians: The Mission of “Dunsterforce” in Eastern Anatolia, Iran and the Caucasus, January to S

Deirdre McCorkindale appointed Assistant Professor in Black Canadian History at University of Guelph

Deirdre McCorkindale (PhD candidate) has been appointed Assistant Professor in Black Canadian History at the University of Guelph. She will teach in the History department and the new Black Canadian Studies Minor program. Her appointment is effective July 1, 2022. 

Matthew Barrett (PhD 2019) and Robert Engen (PhD 2014) publish new graphic history of Hill 70 and Canada's First World War

Queen's University History alumni Matthew Barrett (PhD 2019) and Robert C. Engen (PhD 2014) have co-authored a new graphic history book called Through Their Eyes: A Graphic History of Hill 70 and Canada's First World War. 

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