Simone Hanebaum

MA Candidate

BA History (with distinction), Simon Fraser University, 2012
Supervisor: John Craig

Research Description

History, memory, and identity in early modern England

Working Thesis Title

Thomas Bentley and ‘things worthy memory’: History, Memory, and Identity in Elizabethan England

Conference Papers

"‘Worth memory’: Memory and perception of the past in Thomas Bentley’s 'Monumentes of Antiquities,'" Paper presented at the Qualicum History Graduate Conference Parksville, BC, 2014 

"‘Monumentes of Antiquities worth memory’: Thomas Bentley’s history of the parish of St. Andrew Holborn," Paper presented at the North American Conference on British Studies, Portland, OR, 2013                   

"Paid and Received, Jesus and Me: Conservatism and religious goods in the churchwardens' accounts of the parish of St. Botolph without Aldersgate," Paper presented at the Qualicum History Graduate Conference, Parksville, BC, 2013


SFU Minor Travel and Research Award, November 2013

SFU Graduate Student Society Professional Development Grant, September 2013

William and Jane Saywell Graduate Scholarship in History, September 2013           

William F. and Ruth Baldwin Graduate Scholarship in British History, Sept. 2012 – April 2013

SSHRC Joseph Armand Bombardier CGS Master’s Scholarship, September 2012-2013

SFU Gold Medal in History, June 2012

Stephen McIntyre Memorial Book Prize in History, June 2012                                                                       

SFU Gordon M. Shrum Entrance Scholarship, September 2009 – April 2012

Alexander Rutherford Scholarship for High School Excellence, September 2009

Grant McEwan United World College Scholarship, September 2007- May 2009

Teaching Assistantships

HIST 288 History of Christianity to 1500 – Fall 2012

HIST 215 Making of the British Isles – Spring 2013

HIST 220 Late Medieval and Renaissance Europe – Fall 2013

HIST 255 China since 1800 – Spring 2014