Dr. Kirsch will speak about the intersections of scholarship and activism this week as he visits Memorial as part of the Scholarship in the Arts speakers series.
Cynthia Power has won the Pro Vice-Chancellor’s Essay Prize for the spring 2015 semester for her paper, “Condemnation, Corruption and Culpability: The Inquiries by the United States and Great Britain into the Sinking of the RMS Titanic.” This essay was written in the distance offering History 3806 (“Titanic Histories”) for Dr. Valerie Burton.
Dr. Jennifer Connor, professor of medical humanities in the discipline of psychiatry and cross-appointed to the history department, has been awarded the Marie Tremaine Medal and the Watters-Morley Prize for 2015 by the Bibliographical Society of Canada.
Valerie Burton and Robert Sweeny’s research on the use of crew agreements in teaching has just been published in the inaugural volume of Digital Scholarship in the Humanities.
PhD Student Emma Lang's PhD Research in Port Union is off to a great start!