This exhibition examines stories of forced migration in the history of Queen’s University and within the Queen’s community. It reflects the diverse trajectories of those who sought refuge: some found sanctuary at Queen’s, and Kingston became their new home.
The History DSC is now hiring for 2021-2022 positions! Joining the History Department Student Council is a great way to connect with other students during your History degree.
Get hands-on practice in editing and production, hone your critical reading and thinking skills and take a big step into the world of published research scholarship. It is expected that the journal will publish one issue per year at the end of winter term.
Poverty and Scarcity in Global History
Queen's Global History Initiative and the Poverty Research Network at University of Glasgow are proud to partner for an upcoming conference: "Poverty and Scarcity in Global History," Feb.
Congratulations! In a normal year, we would attend convocation and invite you and your families to join us in a reception after the ceremony to celebrate your accomplishments.
It is our pleasure to announce our 2021 graduating student award winners! These awards honour students for their dedication and outstanding performance in their History courses over the course of their degree.
Undergraduate Student Marshalls Historical Research to Address Contemporary Issues of Child Marriage
Building on her HIST 515 Independent Research Paper, Prishni Seyone has officially launched the social media awareness campaign of her organization, Starts With Youth.
Undergraduate History student, Philippe Haddad, is among the winners of the Queen's CFRC radio station interview for his paper presentation at the I@Q Undergraduate Research Conference on March 11th, 2021.
Prishni Seyone has been selected as a Pathy Fellow for the 2021-2022 cohort for the Toronto-based Starts With Youth initiative, of which she is the founder. Starts With Youth aims to raise awareness and build educational resources related to childhood trauma and its intergenerat
On March 11th and 12th, 2021 the 15th Annual Inquiry @ Queen's Undergraduate Research Conference will be taking place.
As a History student, there are lots of opportunities for you to engage with Canada’s rich history.
Our HIST 212 interns have been hard at work this term on a number of in-person and remote placements. We have received overwhelming praise from our community and industry partners who have commented repeatedly about the resiliency of these students during this turbulent year.
New website showcasing the collaborative food history projects of students in Dr. Aditi Sen’s HIST 214, The Global History of Food.
New exhibit researched and curated by students in Steven Maynard’s HIST 312: Canadian Social History
Over 100 people turned out to help launch "The Taste of the Library," an exhibit of historical Canadian cookbooks curated by the students of HIST 312: Canadian Social History.
Hist 240-001 Fall - Issues in History: Islamophobia from the Crusaders to Donald Trump
Instructors: Dr. Adnan Husain/Dr. Ariel Salzmann
The students of Hist 210 "History of Sexuality in Canada" took an in-depth look at Queen's history in tackling sexual violence on campus. Steven Maynard and his students were interviewed for a news story in the Queen's Gazette.