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Register of Dissertations

The register contains research projects conducted by students enrolled in history programs at Canadian universities, either at the Masters or PhD level.  Find the list of theses by title, author name, university, the year that the thesis was undertaken or completed.

1 to 50 of 6,764 Dissertations

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2802-01-01 Literature to Instruct, Amuse and Entertain: The Cheap Literature Movement in Scotlandand, 1768-1845 Scott McLean C07D19 - British Isles / 19th Century Guelph University Completed Ph.D.(History) 1991 1998
2019-07-30 The impact of federal and provincial infrastructure funding on municipal capital expenditure in Ontario Lindsay Allison C13D35 - Canada since Confederation / Ontario McMaster University In Progress Ph. D. (History) 2016 0
2019-07-30 Post-colonial sanitation experiences of Africans and the various government interventions from the late nineteenth century to the present. Adebisi Alade C21D00 - AFRICA McMaster University In Progress Ph. D. (History) 2016 0
2019-07-30 Environmental history of Canadian rivers. Cameron Baldassarra C11D01 - Canada: British North America / General History McMaster University In Progress Ph. D.(History) 2014 0
2019-07-30 British war brides immigration and settlement experiences in postwar Ontario and Quebec Chelsea Barranger C11D27 - Canada: British North America / Upper Canada McMaster University In Progress Ph.D. (History) 2014 0
2019-07-30 Nuclear Vision: Canada, Modernity, and the Nuclear Age, 1942-1979 Brandon Cordeiro C13D01 - Canada since Confederation / General History McMaster University In Progress Ph. D. (History) 2017 0
2019-07-30 Canadian Museum do Human Rights Work? Human Rights Museums and the People Who Build Them Carly Ciufo C13D01 - Canada since Confederation / General History McMaster University In Progress Ph. D.(History) 2016 0
2019-07-30 Cold War medical history and international relations Samantha Clarke C05D11 - Continental Europe / 20th Century McMaster University In Progress Ph. D. (History) 2016 0
2019-07-30 Imposing order, disturbing the peace: militarized masculinity and public order in national socialist Munich Curran Egan C05D01 - Continental Europe / General History McMaster University Abandoned Ph. D.(History) 2013 0
2019-07-30 Between Ghana, World and Future, Postcolonial connectivity and 'National' development for Pan-Africanism, 1957-1967 Paul Emiljanowicz C21D00 - AFRICA McMaster University In Progress Ph. D.(History) 2015 0
2019-07-30 Marriage, family and commerce in Marseille: Merchants and cross-cultural influences in the seventeenth-century Mediterranean trade. Arazoo Ferozan C05D01 - Continental Europe / General History McMaster University In Progress Ph. D.(History) 2014 0
2019-07-30 Civic and Religious Processions in the Post-Reformation Rome, Dowry, marriages and the maritaggio processions in the Confraternity of SS. Rosario Nilab Ferozan C05D01 - Continental Europe / General History McMaster University In Progress Ph. D.(History) 2014 0
2019-07-30 The German Red Cross and Humanitarianism in Divided Germany, 1944-1989 Ryan Heyden C05D05 - Continental Europe / Early Modern McMaster University In Progress Ph. D. (History) 2016 0
2019-07-30 Activities of the Royal Niger Company in the latter half of the nineteenth century/how private and imperial forces interacted in Western African during that period Elvar Ingimundarson C21D00 - AFRICA McMaster University In Progress Ph. D. (History) 2018 0
2019-07-30 Unmasking the New Soviet Man: masculinity and identity under Stalin, 1928-1936 Sean Kinnear C05D01 - Continental Europe / General History McMaster University In Progress Ph. D.(History) 2013 0
2019-07-30 Youth in Revolt: An Organizational and Cultural History of the Canadian Young Communist Leage, 1923-1943 Jenna Kirker C13D01 - Canada since Confederation / General History McMaster University In Progress Ph.D. (History) 2017 0
2019-07-30 The Ford Motor Company of Canada's business relations with their American parent company Kayleigh Layton C13D01 - Canada since Confederation / General History McMaster University In Progress Ph. D. (History) 2018 0
2019-07-30 An Italian Immigrant Presence in Canada: The Case of Friulian Women Vanessa Lovisa C13D01 - Canada since Confederation / General History McMaster University In Progress Ph. D. (History) 2012 0
2019-07-30 Becoming Canadian and Defending the 'Pristine' North: An Environmental History of the MacKenzie Valley Pipeline Project in the 1970s Nevcihan Ozbilge C13D41 - Canada since Confederation / North McMaster University In Progress Ph. D.(History) 2017 0
2019-07-30 20th Century Canadian intellectual and Ideological History Mack Penner C11D01 - Canada: British North America / General History McMaster University In Progress Ph. D. (History) 2018 0
2019-07-30 Building Canada's Retail Legacy: The Hudson's Bay Company and Dupuis Freres Emily Rosebush C11D01 - Canada: British North America / General History McMaster University In Progress Ph. D.(History) 2017 0
2019-07-30 States of Death: Royal Funerals and Public Identity in Early Modern Britain and Austria Justin Vovk C05D01 - Continental Europe / General History McMaster University In Progress Ph. D.(History) 2017 0
2019-07-30 They will have to protect themselves: African American Resistance to Racialized Violence in the Southern United States, 1865-1940 Sarah Whitwell C15D43 - United States / Colonial McMaster University In Progress Ph. D.(History) 2016 0
2019-07-30 From Wilhelm to Hans: Ethnicity, Citizenship, and the German Community of Berlin/Kitchener, Ontario, 1871-1970s Mario Nathan Coschi C13D35 - Canada since Confederation / Ontario McMaster University Completed Ph. D. (History) 2010 2018
2019-07-02 "Superstitition is the Offspring of Ignorance": The Suppression of Afro-Creole Spiritualilty in the British Caribbean, 1627-1834 Carlie Manners C17D00 - CENTRAL AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN University of New Brunswick In Progress M.A. (History) 2017 0
2019-07-02 On Canadian Wings: Canadianization and Identity in an Imperial Air Force Justin LeClair C05D11 - Continental Europe / 20th Century University of New Brunswick In Progress M.A.(History) 2017 0
2019-07-02 Tracing the Destruction of Women's Bodies: Survivor Testimonies of Menstruation in the Holocaust Emily Wood C05D11 - Continental Europe / 20th Century University of New Brunswick Completed M.A.(History) 2017 2011
2019-07-02 Contrasting Silences: The Public Memory of German Women's Experiences of the Second World War in a Divided Germany, 1945-present Emily McPherson C05D11 - Continental Europe / 20th Century University of New Brunswick Completed M.A.(History) 2017 2019
2019-07-02 The History of United Nations Peace Operations in Africa: The Emergence of Civil-Military Coordination in State-Building Saleem Ahmad Khan C27D00 - MISCELLANEOUS University of New Brunswick In Progress Ph.D. (History) 2017 0
2019-07-02 American Armada: U.S. Naval Logistics in the Central Pacific, 1941-1945 Jonathan P. Klug C27D00 - MISCELLANEOUS University of New Brunswick In Progress Ph.D. (History) 2017 0
2019-07-02 Through a Royalist Lens: New Brunswick, Royal Tourists, and the Anglophone Press, 1901-1959 Barry R. MacKenzie C13D31 - Canada since Confederation / Atlantic Provinces University of New Brunswick In Progress Ph.D.(History) 2009 0
2019-07-02 Forged in Fire: How the Great War influenced the social consciousness of Canada's CEF chaplains and their visions for religious and social renewal in post-war Canada Ian Baird C13D01 - Canada since Confederation / General History University of New Brunswick In Progress Ph. D. (History) 2018 0
2019-07-02 From the Routine of War to the Confusion of Peace: First Canadian Army Stability Operations 25 April-31 May 1945 Joseph Boates C13D01 - Canada since Confederation / General History University of New Brunswick In Progress M.A. (History) 2016 0
2019-07-02 Douglas and Maud: Maritime Canadian Imperial Nationalists in an Age of Progress and War, 1907-1921 Charles Ferris C13D01 - Canada since Confederation / General History University of New Brunswick In Progress Ph. D. (History) 2019 0
2019-07-02 Development of Canadian Combined Arms arfare in Siciliy and Italy during the Second World War Andrew Garrie C27D00 - MISCELLANEOUS University of New Brunswick In Progress M.A. (History) 2019 0
2019-07-02 The Battle of Ortona: A Modern Retrospective Jayson Geroux C13D01 - Canada since Confederation / General History University of New Brunswick In Progress M.A. (History) 2018 0
2019-07-02 Conflicting Christianities: Anglo-North American Anti-Catholicism and Its Exceptions, 1774-1778 Erin Isaac C15D45 - United States / Revolutionary Period University of New Brunswick In Progress M.A. (History) 2018 0
2019-07-02 Reassessing the 1917 crisis in France: Connections between Military and Civilian Dissidence Cora Jackson C05D11 - Continental Europe / 20th Century University of New Brunswick In Progress M.A. (History) 2018 0
2019-07-02 "Antisemitism is a Barometer of Democracy": Confronting the Nazi Post in the West German 'Swastika Epidemic,' 1959-1960 Alan Jones C05D11 - Continental Europe / 20th Century University of New Brunswick Completed M.A. (History) 2017 2019
2019-07-02 International Grenfell Mission Hospital Ships and Rural-Remote Health CAre, 1965-1972 John Matchim C13D31 - Canada since Confederation / Atlantic Provinces University of New Brunswick In Progress Ph. D. (History) 2018 0
2019-07-02 Just a Farmwife? Intergenerational Valuing of Women's Labour on Southern Alberta Family Farms, 1950-2019 Shelby Martens C13D37 - Canada since Confederation / Prairies University of New Brunswick In Progress M.A. (History) 2018 0
2019-07-02 Migatju'oq Isabel Simon: Mi'kmaw medicine woman and midwife Natasha Simons C13D31 - Canada since Confederation / Atlantic Provinces University of New Brunswick In Progress Ph. D.(History) 2017 0
2019-07-02 Making it up as you go: Racial policy in the Canadian military during the two World Wars Katelyn Stieva C01D01 - Historiography / General History University of New Brunswick Completed M.A. (History) 2018 2019
2019-07-02 Shaping identities and redefining histories of the French Atlantic World: the historical influence of twentieth-century Acadian and French Caribbean authors Leanna Thomas C13D31 - Canada since Confederation / Atlantic Provinces University of New Brunswick In Progress Ph. D. (History) 2018 0
2019-07-02 Veteran Transition: Milton Gregg - Private Soldier and Public Actor Joel Watson C13D01 - Canada since Confederation / General History University of New Brunswick In Progress M.A. (History) 2017 0
2019-07-02 An Architecture of Empire and Region: Exhibitions, Community, and Colonial Imaginations in Nineteenth-Century Maritime Society, 1822-1917 Richard Murray Yeomans C13D31 - Canada since Confederation / Atlantic Provinces University of New Brunswick In Progress Ph.D. (History) 2018 0
2019-07-02 Blood and Saltwater: The Colonial Fight for an Indigenous Ocean, Pre-contact - 1755 Kelly Chaves C15D43 - United States / Colonial University of New Brunswick In Progress Ph.D.(History) 2010 0
2018-10-01 From reformed barbarian to saint-king: literary portrayals of King Malcolm III Canmore (r. 1058-93) Marian Toledo-Candelaria C07D13 - British Isles / Medieval Guelph University Completed Ph.D.(History) 2013 2018
2018-10-01 "The Horror! The Horror!" of King Leopold II's Congo Free State: The Relationship Between Colonial Genocide and 19th Century Literary Writing About Africa Rebecca Pyrah C21D00 - AFRICA Guelph University Completed M.A. (History) 2017 2018
2018-10-01 The Voices Behind Change: Women's Liberation During the 1970's at the University of Guelph Amy McBride C13D35 - Canada since Confederation / Ontario Guelph University Completed M.A. (History) 2016 2018
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