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Monthly Archives: January 2013

Kimberley Maguire to present at the AUUHCC

Congratulations to Kimberley Maguire whose paper has been accepted by the selection committee of this year’s Atlantic University Undergraduate History and Classics Conference (AUUHCC). Her paper’s working title is “‘New’ English Identity?: The Creation of a New English Identity Around the 2004 Commemoration of St. Croix Island and How it was Rejected by Passamaquoddy and […]

More research recognition

More congratulations are in order for Dr. Karen Robert who has received a St. Thomas University Global and International Studies Initiative (GISI) Research Grant for her research project “Driving Fear: The Ford Falcon As Instrument and Icon of Argentina’s Cold War Terror: 1960-Present.”

Patrick Craig ’10 finds work at the Provincial Archives

Here is a happy message from a former student of ours: “I graduated from STU with a double major in History and Political Science in 2010. After having been away for two years, I returned to campus for a four week work placement at the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick. Following my four weeks, I […]

History faculty research recognised

CONGRATULATIONS to the five members of the History Department who were awarded Research Grants by the Senate Research Committee this year. Dr. Robin Vose took the only Major Research Grant for his proposal “The Inquisitor’s Matrix II: A Survey of Inquisition Manuals in the British Library, London” The General Research Grants went to the following […]