Department of History

Department of History
Department of History

Rebecca Smith

Ph.D. Candidate
Canadian History

 

Education

Master of Arts in History, Queen's University 2016
Bachelor of Education, Intermediate/Senior, Queen's University 2015
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in History (with a Minor in English), Queen's University 2014


About

Rebecca completed her B.Ed. as an Intermediate/Senior History and English teacher, which provided her with the knowledge and experience that has shaped her own teaching practice. She completed her M.A. on the subject of Al Capone's criminal organization and the public perception of gangsters in the 1920s and 30s. Rebecca has since shifted her focus to Canadian history and, under the supervision of Professor Brison, she is presently interested in the role played by an infamous criminal act and manhunt in shaping perceptions of the Canadian north.    

Publications:
Smith, Rebecca. Co-Editor. “Frontenac Law Association. FLA Executive Members (1879 - Present).” Tiki-Toki. 2017. https://www.tiki-toki.com/timeline/entry/621769/FLA-Executive-Members-1879-Present/.

Smith, Rebecca, Belinda Comeau, and Feriel Kissoon, Co-Authors. “Canada and the Cold War.” Queen’s University. 2015. http://hdl.handle.net/1974/12968.