My SSHRC-funded PhD research considers the development of child health and welfare policies focusing on Aboriginal children in northern Ontario, 1900-1940.
Review of Healing Histories: Stories from Canada’s Indian Hospitals, by Laurie Meijer Drees (Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2013). BC Studies, forthcoming.
“Destroying “Life Unworthy of Life”: A Canadian Echo of Nazi Eugenics Programs.” The Concord Review, 17(3), 157-188.
““All We Do is Remember”: Historical Narratives and Commemorations in Canadian Opera.” Qualicum Graduate History Conference, February 2014.
“Generational Discourses of Illness and Death in the Thessalon Indian Agency.” Canadian Society for the History of Medicine, June 1, 2013. University of Victoria
“Representing the Health of Aboriginal children at the Spanish River Industrial School, Ontario.” Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Science, May 29, 2012. University of Waterloo.
“Vegan Research Methodologies” Qualicum Graduate History Conference, February 3, 2013. Parksville, British Columbia.
Canada Graduate Scholarship, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2013
Simons Foundation Doctoral Entrance Fellowship, Simon Fraser University, 2012
Graduate Fellowship, Simon Fraser University, 2012
Dissertation Award, Department of History, King's College London, 2011
Arts and Humanities International Graduate Scholarship, King's College London, 2010
Edward Kylie Fellowship, Department of History, University of Toronto, 2010
Professor DO Robson Graduate Scholarship, University of Toronto, 2010
Dr. AB Moore Award, University of Toronto, 2010
Regents' In-Course Scholarship, 2009
Charles and Barbara Catto Scholarship, 2008
Mary Mounfield Scholarship, University of Toronto, 2007
Ralph Waldo Emerson Prize, The Concord Review, 2008
Le Prix Élisé-Rioux, Trois Pistoles French Immersion School, University of Western Ontario, 2007
Finalist Award, Canadian Merit Scholarship Foundation, 2006
HIST 101: Canada to Confederation (Fall 2012)
HIST 102W: Canada since Confederation (Spring 2013)
HIST 101: Canada to Confederation (Fall 2013)
HIST 102W: Canada since Confederation (Spring 2014)