Sarah Beaulieu

Emailsarah_beaulieu@sfu.ca

MA: Archaeology, Simon Fraser University            

B.A.: Anthropology/ Sociology, University of the Fraser Valley

Supervisor: Dr. Ross Jamieson

Research Funding: Graduate Fellowship, 2015, 2016, 2017; CFWWIRF Grant, 2016, 2017; SSHRC-CGS-767-2015-2562, 2015-2018; MYF-E, 2015-2019; C.D. Nelson Memorial Graduate Entrance Scholarship,2018; Provost Prize of Distinction, 2018; CFWWIRF Grant, 2014; Graduate Fellowship, 2014; Dr. J.V. Christensen Scholarship, 2014; SSHRC 766-2013-2021, 2013-2014; Provost Prize of Distinction, 2013-2014                          

Research Areas: Modern conflict archaeology, historical archaeology, conservation and preservation of threatened cultural sites and artefacts, heritage and commemoration, community archaeology

Research Interests:

I am interested in how archaeology can be applied to the more recent past to bring to light the stories of, and give voice to, disenfranchised groups that have been overlooked in the historical record.

PhD Research:

I am undertaking one of the first excavations in a Canadian WWI internment camp in and effort to uncover a part of our Canadian history that has been almost completely erased from the historical record.

Master’s Thesis:

Remembering the Forgotten: Archaeology at the Morrissey WWI Internment Camp  https://www.sfu.ca/archaeology/graduate/theseslist/thesisbeaulieu.html

Publications & Conference Presentations:

Beaulieu, Sarah

2017 Archaeological Excavations at Morrissey: Canada's WWI Internment Camp. In Recalling Canada’s First National Internment Operations Annual Report of the Canadian First World War Internment Recognition Fund, p.17-18. Ukrainian Canadian Foundation of Taras Shevchenko & Canadian First World War Internment Recognition Fund, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Elston, Robert G., Jonathan O. Davis, and G. Townsend.

Beaulieu, Sarah

2015     Cave & Basin and Castle Mountain Internment Camp Report.  Submitted to the Canadian First World War Internment Recognition Fund. Copies available from

 www.internmentcanada.ca

Beaulieu, Sarah

2015     “Fernie at War: The Morrissey Internment Camp Exhibit”. Guest-Curated Exhibit for the Fernie Historical Society and Museum, Fernie, British Columbia.

Beaulieu, Sarah

2015     “Remembering the Forgotten: Archaeology at the Morrissey WWI Internment Camp.” Paper at the Fernie Historical Society Symposium, Fernie, British Columbia.

Beaulieu, Sarah

2015     “Remembering the Forgotten Archaeology at the Morrissey WWI Internment Camp.” Paper at the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference, Seattle, Washington.

Beaulieu, Sarah

2014     Remembering the Forgotten Archaeology at the Morrissey WWI Internment Camp. In Recalling Canada’s First National Internment Operations Annual Report of the Canadian First World War Internment Recognition Fund, p.18. Ukrainian Canadian Foundation of Taras Shevchenko & Canadian First World War Internment Recognition Fund, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Beaulieu, Sarah

2014     “Remembering the Forgotten Archaeology at the Morrissey WWI Internment Camp”. Poster presented at the 46th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Archaeological Association, London, Ontario.

Beaulieu, Sarah

2014     “Remembering the Forgotten Archaeology at the Morrissey WWI Internment Camp.” Poster presented at the University of British Columbia’s Research Open House, Vancouver, British Columbia.

 

Photos

Excavations at the Morrissey Internment Camp                                                        

Fernie at War: Morrissey Internment Camp, Guest-Curated Exhibit

My other passion

Morrissey Internment Camp Excavated Artefacts on Exhibit in the Canadian Museum of History: Barbed Wire Cross & Hand Made Shovel From the Escape Tunnel                                                                                                           

Morrissey Internment Camp Artefacts on Exhibit in the Canadian Museum of History: Barbed Wire Cross & Hand Made Shovel From the Escape Tunnel