All theses are available at Carleton University Research Virtual Environment, CURVE.

M.A. Theses

Kaitlyn Benson, “Making Motoring American: The Integration of the Working Class in Automobile Film Advertising of the 1930s” (2015).
Supervisors: James Opp and Andrew Johnston.

Elise Bigley, “Creativity, Community, and Memory Building: Interned Jewish Refugees in Canada During and After World War II” (2017).
Supervisors: John Walsh and James Opp.

Kathryn Boschmann, “Being Irish on the Prairies: Repertoire, performance, and environment in oral history narratives of Winnipeg Irish Canadians” (2015).
Supervisors: Joanna Dean and Bruce Elliott.

Nancy Ann Carvell, “A People Apart: New Brunswick Acadians, Conscription, and the Second World War.” (2019)
Supervisor: Norman Hillmer

Edith Elizabeth Cherrett, “Emotional Rhetoric in Aelfric’s Letter to the Monks of Eynsham.” (2019)
Supervisor: Marc Saurette

Dahay Daniel, “The Comforts of Coffee: The Role of the Coffee Ceremony in Ethiopians’ Efforts to Cope with Social Upheaval during the Derg Regime (1974-1991)” (2016).
Supervisor: Susanne Klausen.

Matthew Alleyne Dodd, “The Empire of the Old Bailey Online: Why Zero Matters.” (2018)
Supervisor: Danielle Kinsey and Shawn Graham

Connie Gunn, “The Women’s Canadian Historical Society of Ottawa: Constructing Public Memory and Preserving History in a Changing City, 1898-1932” (2016).
Supervisors: John Walsh and Joanna Dean.

Natalie Belinda Hunter, “Making Connections, Imagining New Worlds: Women, Writing, and Resistance in Paris, 1897-1910” (2016).
Supervisor: Susan Whitney.

Evan Brent Jones, “Order and Emotion: The Rhetoric of Disgust in Peter the Venerable’s Adversus Iudaeos” (2016).
Supervisor: Marc Saurette.

Jenn Ko, “Negotiating Chineseness in diaspora : traditional Chinese medicine and memory in Hong Kong and the greater Toronto area, 1960-2018.” (2018)
Supervisors: Marilyn Barber and Daniel McNeil

Philip Michael Lamancusa, “The Canadian War Museum’s 1812: A Question of Perspective.” (2019)
Supervisors: Norman Hillmer and Andrew Burtch

Theresa LeBane, “Three Catholic Congregations in a Nineteenth-Century Canadian City: Providing Social Services, Claiming Space for Women in Kingston, 1841-1874.’ (2018)
Supervisor: Susan Whitney

Ronald John Martini, “The Reconfiguration of Eighteenth-Century Scottish Historiography: Dialogues Between the Present and the Past” (2016).
Supervisor: Mark Phillips.

Angus McCabe, “Canada’s Response to the 1968 Soviet Invasion of Czechoslovakia: An Assessment of the Trudeau Government’s First International Crisis.” (2019)
Supervisor: Norman Hillmer

Natalie Sujae McCloskey, “Isabella Bird: An Argument for Mobility and a Changed Definition of New Womanhood” (2017).
Supervisor: Danielle Kinsey.

Paige McDonald, “If Japan Should Attack: Perceptions of Fear and Threat in British Columbia’s Newspapers, 1941-1943” (2016).
Supervisor: Norman Hillmer.

Renee Elaine McFarlane, “Conflict and Conservation: A Human History of Animals in Gatineau Park, 1938-1958” (2016).
Supervisor: Joanna Dean.

Matthew Joseph Moore, ““The Kiss of Death Bestowed with Gratitude”: The Postwar Treatment of Canada’s Second World War Merchant Navy, Redress, and the Negotiation of Veteran Identity” (2016).
Supervisors: John Walsh and Tim Cook.

Andrew Narraway, “Settler Colonial Power and Indigenous Survival: Hockey Programs at Three Indian Residential Schools in Northwestern Ontario and Manitoba, 1929-1969.” (2018)
Supervisor: Michel Hogue

Hollis Jack Beaumont Peirce, “Academic Accessibility: A Case Study of Carleton University, 1942 – 2019.” (2019)
Supervisor: Shawn Graham

Alisha Seguin, “Remembering the Civil Service: Work and Life Stories of Indigenous Labourers in the Canadian Federal Civil Service” (2015).
Supervisor: John Walsh.

Evan Sidebottom, “The Man Who Could Go Either Way: The Many Faces of Cowboy Masculinity in 1950s American Film and Advertising” (2016).
Supervisor: Andrew Johnston.

Thomas Sloss, “Danger, Deviancy, and Desire in Apartheid South Africa: Visualizing an Exchange of Transnational Homoerotic Commodities.” (2019)
Supervisors: Danielle Kinsey and Jennifer Evans

Andrew Sopko, “An (Im)Balance of Expectations: Civil Defence in Ottawa, 1951-1962” (2015).
Supervisor: Norman Hillmer.

Ann Walton, “Studying the Art of Growing Old with Metchnikoff, Hauser, Lowman, and Thompson: Advice about Aging, 1900-1960” (2016).
Supervisor: B. McKillop.

Ian Leonard Weatherall, “Canada’s Defence Policies, 1987-1993: NATO, Operational Viability, and the Good Ally: (2017).
Supervisor: Norman Hillmer.

Alex Philip Wilkinson Cruddas, “The Future in Stone: Architecture as Expression of National Socialist Temporality” (2016).
Supervisor: Jennifer Evans.

Ph.D. Dissertations:

Melissa Diane Armstrong, “The ANC’s Medical Trial Run: the Anti-Apartheid Medical Service in Exile, 1964-1990” (2017).
Supervisor: Susanne Klausen.