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HIST 212 students create virtual exhibition: "A Primer for the Use of the Mohawk Children"

This week, the W.D. Jordan Rare Books and Special Collections Library launched a virtual exhibit that was researched and written by Queen's History students, Camille Prevost and Sam Russell, as a part of their projects for HIST 212: Experiential Learning in Historical Practice.

Steven Maynard publishes op-ed reflecting on the third anniversary of the Expungement Act

Dr. Steven Maynard's "Pride and prejudice: With only nine LGBTQ criminal record expungements, what's to celebrate?" reflects on the History of the Expungement Act in Canada and outlines what more needs to be done.

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Rivard-Prendergast Studentship Recipient, Prishni Seyone, to Study Child Marriage in India

The Undergraduate Committee awarded this year’s Rivard-Prendergast Studentship to Prishni Seyone on the merits of her HIST515-thesis proposal, “The Indian Girl-Wife: Not Even a Woman, But Already a Wife.” Prishni tells us that she’s researching “the way this institution of early marriage stripped young, innocent girls of their education.”

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