Rhonda L. Hinther

Research Fellow


Short Bio: Dr. Rhonda L. Hinther holds the position of Head, Exhibits Research at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR).  Dr. Hinther earned her PhD in Canadian History at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.  She has taught Canadian History, the History of Western Canada, and Women’s Studies at McMaster University and the Universities of Winnipeg and Manitoba.  Prior to joining the CMHR, she held the position of Curator, Western Canadian History for five years at the Canadian Museum of Civilization (CMC) in Gatineau, Quebec.

Research: “Generation Gap: Canada’s Postwar Ukrainian Left,” in Re-imagining Ukrainian Canadians: History, Politics, and Identity, Rhonda L. Hinther and Jim Mochoruk, eds., Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011; “Raised in the Spirit of the Class Struggle: Children, Youths, and the Interwar Ukrainian Left in Canada,” Labour/Le Travail, no. 60 (2007): 43-76; “’They Said the Course Would Be Wasted On Me Because I Was A Girl’: Mothers, Daughters, and Shifting Forms Of Female Activism in the Ukrainian Left in Twentieth-Century Canada,” Atlantis 32, no. 1 (2007): 100-110; “The Oldest Profession in Winnipeg: The Culture of Prostitution in the Point Douglas Segregated District, 1909-1912,” Manitoba History, no 41 (2001): 2-13.