BA (hons), History, Simon Fraser University 2014
Supervisor: Paul Sedra
My research examines how British Empire troop movements during the First World led to new cultural confrontations as previously unacquainted nationalities were forced to interact. In particular, I explore how Australasians and their conceptions of race affected British imperial rule in the Egyptian Protectorate.
Working Dissertation Title
British and Australian Encounters with Egyptians during the First Word War: A Comparative Analysis.
"The Vile Nile According to the Rank and File: An Essay Comparing Imperial Military Authorities’ Anti-Prostitution Rhetoric with the Considerations of Common Imperial Soldiers in Egypt during the First World War" Submitted to Past Tense: Graduate Review of History for Second Review
HIST 151: Modern Middle East (Fall 2014)
HIST 102: Canada Since Confederation (Spring 2015)
HIST 254: China to 1800 (Fall 2015, Spring 2016)
Saywell Graduate Scholarship in History
Joseph Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship-Master’s
SFU Graduate Fellowship 2014
SFU Entrance Scholarship 2009