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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.

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2022-10-05 The Ghost of the Balkans: Defining and Deconstructing "Balkanism" Milan Zec C05D09 - Continental Europe / 19th Century University of Victoria Completed M.A.(History) 2020 2022
2022-10-05 "When I Resisted Him, I Didn't Know What He's Going to Do to Me": Jewish Resistance to Sexualized Violence in Nazi Forced Labour, Concentration, and Death Camps Kästle Van Der Meer C05D11 - Continental Europe / 20th Century University of Victoria Completed M.A.(History) 2020 2022
2022-10-05 "There must be neither rich nor poor": The Role of Economic Inequality in the French Revolution Dax Tate C05D07 - Continental Europe / 18th Century University of Victoria Completed M.A.(History) 2020 2022
2022-10-05 Quallunology of an Arctic Whaling Encounter: An Inuk's Transatlantic Voyage, 1839 to 1840 Anne-Marie Pearce C13D41 - Canada since Confederation / North University of Victoria Completed M.A.(History) 2019 2022
2022-10-05 Inuit, Tuberculosis and Political Determinants of Health Josephine Mrozewski C13D41 - Canada since Confederation / North University of Victoria Completed M.A. (History) 2018 2022
2022-10-05 Malaria and Colonial Development Projects in India, 1927-1935 Kelsey Lessard C23D00 - ASIA University of Victoria Completed M.A. (History) 2018 2022
2022-10-05 Why won't the pieces fit: Uncovering Deviations in the Compensation Awarded to Japanese Canadians at the Bird Commission Nathaniel Hayes C13D01 - Canada since Confederation / General History University of Victoria Completed M.A. (History) 2018 2022
2022-10-05 "Man's Reasonable Companion:" Scottish Enlightenment Rhetoric and Female Education Discourse in Revolutionary America Katey Flechl C15D45 - United States / Revolutionary Period University of Victoria Completed M.A. (History) 2019 2022
2022-10-03 CANADA’S MILITARY NURSES DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR: THE BLUEBIRD UNIFORMS AND AUTOGRAPH BOOKS AS MATERIAL CULTURE Evelyn Riddell C13D01 - Canada since Confederation / General History Dalhousie University Completed M.A. (History) 2021 2022
2022-09-14 The Virginia Height Increase: The Effects of Climate, Diet, and Labour on the Health of Enslaved Men in the Cold South, 1815-1835  Heywot Tadesse C15D47 - United States / 19th Century Dalhousie University Completed M.A. (History) 2019 2022
2022-09-14 Life Behind The Logs: An Examination Of Life On Board VOC Ships, 1746- 1756 Jeremy Spronk C11D23 - Canada: British North America / Atlantic Provinces Dalhousie University Completed MA (History) 2021 2022
2022-09-14 Labour, Enslavement, and Indigenous Space: Liverpool, Nova Scotia in the Atlantic World, 1759-1812 Amber Laurie C11D23 - Canada: British North America / Atlantic Provinces Dalhousie University Completed MA (History) 2020 2022
2022-09-14 "Secretary of Everything Important": An Analysis of Maurice Hankey and his role during the wartime Asquith government, 1914-5 Conor Hubley C07D21 - British Isles / 20th Century Dalhousie University Completed MA (History) 2019 2022
2022-09-14 DEO, LEGI, REGI, GREGI: UNIVERSITY OF KING'S COLLEGE, 1920-1945 Catherine Charlton C27D00 - MISCELLANEOUS Dalhousie University Completed MA (History) 2021 2022
2022-09-14 Scholars of the needle: Halifax's African School, needlework and the recouping of identity  Lisa Bower C13D31 - Canada since Confederation / Atlantic Provinces Dalhousie University Completed MA (History) 2019 2022
2022-05-30 The Cost of Loyalty: The Upper Canada Rebellion and the Claims for Losses Commission, 1837-1849 Jonathan Szo C11D27 - Canada: British North America / Upper Canada University of New Brunswick In Progress M.A. (History) 2020 0
2022-05-30 "With whom we are connected": Indigenous Nations, 1763, and the Transformation of Newfoundland and Labrador Andy Post C11D23 - Canada: British North America / Atlantic Provinces University of New Brunswick In Progress Ph.D. (History) 2021 0
2022-05-30 A comparative study examining the combat motivations of auxiliary troops during the Roman Emperor Trajan's reign and those of the Indian Expeditionary Force D in the Middle Eastern Campaign of the First World War Spencer Paddock C03D00 - ANCIENT WORLD University of New Brunswick In Progress M.A. (History) 2021 0
2022-05-30 The Relationship between President Jimmy Carter, Secretary of State Cyrus Vance, and National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski in examination of the Iran Hostage Crisis Brett Lewis C15D49 - United States / 20th Century University of New Brunswick In Progress M.A. (History) 2021 0
2022-05-26 Model Settlers, Dirty Foreigners, and Colonial Agents: Icelandic Settlers in Nova Scotia & Atlantic Canada's Immigration Policy, 1850-1900 Jay Lalonde C13D31 - Canada since Confederation / Atlantic Provinces University of New Brunswick In Progress PhD (History) 2021 0

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