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Congratulations to Lisa Pasolli and Carmen Nielson on their Award-Winning Canadian Historical Review Articles

At the Canadian Historical Association’s 2016 Annual Conference, Lisa Pasolli and Carmen Nielson were recognized for the groundbreaking research presented in their Canadian Historical Review articles.
 

Lisa Pasolli received the Canadian Historical Review Best Article and the Political History Group Prize for her article, “I ask you, Mr. Mitchell, is the emergency over?”: Debating Day Nurseries in the Second World War.” Click to view the Canadian Historical Review’s Editorial Board and Political History Prize committee’s comments- http://bit.ly/CHRBestArticle http://bit.ly/PoliticalHistory
 

Carmen Nielson was awarded the 2016 Hilda Neatby Prize in Women’s and Gender History for her article, “Caricaturing Colonial Space: Indigenized, Feminized Bodies and Anglo-Canadian Identity, 1873-94,”. Click to read the committee’s analysis – http://bit.ly/HildaNeatby
 


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