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Discourses of Poverty 1490-1800

Principal researchers:  Peter Goddard, History, and Kimberley Martin, Ridley Postdoc in Digital Humanities.

 

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Summer 2017 Research Assistants (UG):  Dylan Armstrong, Nicole Barkwill and Lara Carleton

Research into colonizer/settler attitudes and changing conceptions of poverty and their application in the Atlantic World in the age of European colonial expansion.

Graduate Students

Warecki, J. - M.A

Charles Raymond and the Raymond Sewing Machine Manufacturing Company and The Character of Boosterism in 19th Century Guelph - Dr. Gilbert Stelter, advisor

Graduate Students

Nash-Chambers, Debra - Ph.D

Two Steps Forward or One Step Back? The Impact of Industrialization on Community and Family in a Small Industrial City: Guelph, Ontario, 1861-1881 - Dr. Gilbert Stelter, advisor

Graduate Students

Lee, Robert C. - M.A

The Canada Company, 1826-1853. A Study in Direction - Dr. Masters, advisor

Graduate Students

Hall, David - M.A

Economic Development in Elgin County 1850-1880 - Dr. Evans, advisor

Graduate Students

Elliott, Bruce - M.A

The Dominion Election of 1911 and 1917 in Huron County - Dr. Evans, advisor

Graduate Students

Teeter, Barry - M.A

Social Aspects of Rural Upper Canada as Revealed Through British Emigrant Literature - Dr. Masters, advisor

Graduate Students

Marret, Clara - M.A

The Ontario Agricultural College (1874-1974): Some Developments in Scientific Agriculture - Dr. Masters, advisor

Graduate Students

Bawtinhimer, R.E - M.A

The Young George Drew and His Guelph Background, 1840-1925 - Dr. James Snell, advisor

Graduate Students

Brown, Wayne - M.A

The Broadening Out Controversy: E.C. Drury, J.J. Morrison and the United Farmers of Ontario - Dr. Evans, advisor