Liam Caswell, “‘An Unspeakable Crime'” The Divisive Reaction of the Halifax Press Toward the July Crisis and Outbreak of the First World War” (2016).
Mackenzie Kurznyski, “Что такое прогресс? (Schto Takoye Progress): The Russian Left’s Response to the Agrarian Question (1890-1922)” (2016).
Zackary Parsons, “Theft, Murder, and Witchcraft: A Legal History of Traditional Shrine Courts in Accra, Ghana” (2016).
Janet Mills, “The Banality of Witchcraft? The Place of Witchcraft and Accusations of Witchcraft within African Communities: Reflections on Documentation from the Nae We Shrine in Accra, Ghana” (2016).
Courtney Mzarek, “The impact of the Canso Causeway on Port Hawkesbury” (2015).
Elton Ménard, “Ménilmontant to Montplaisir: A Study of Michel Chevalier and Saint-Simonism” (2014).
Flair Martin, “Shrines, Witches, and Explanations on Trial: The Witchcraft Cases of the Nae We Shrine in Accra, Ghana” (2014).
Matthew Verge, “Imagining Revolutions: Propagandizing the Habitants in the Age of the French Revolution” (2013).
Andrew Murphy, “Photographing the Folk: Antimodernism, Tourism, and the Representation of Gender in the Popular Photography of Wallace Robinson MacAskill” (2013).
Danielle Pittman, “Moving Mountains: The No. 2 Construction Battalion and African Canadian Experience During the First World War” (2012).
Christine Whitehouse, “Forgotten Survivors: Jews in East Germany after the Holocaust” (2009).
Kelly Ann Smith, “Torn Between Tradition and Modernity: Attitudes in the Halifax Press during 1920 to Female Sexuality, Courtship, Marriage and Motherhood” (2008).
Leslie Baker, “The Deistic Legacy of Edward, Lord Herbert of Cherbury: Effects and Influence of a Seventeenth-Century Life on the Emergence of Deism in England” (2007).
Darcy L. Elliot, “Becoming Educated: The Educational Experiences and Convictions of Two Seventeenth-Century Nuns, Marie de I’Incarnation (1599-1672) and Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz (1648-1695)” (2005).
Suzanne Gelinas, “War, Theatre, and Social Memory: The Representation of War in Halifax Theatres, 1914-29” (2005).
Nicholas S. Longaphy, “The Historiography of the Dieppe Raid” (2005).
Sharon McManus, “Making the Grade: Mental Hygiene and the Establishment of the Nova Scotia Training School” (2004).
Christine Eisan, “A Catalyst for Change: The Nova Scotia Task Force on the Status of Women” (2003).
Bruce Ross, “Archetypes and Armageddon: Comic Books and the Cold War” (2003).
Erica Colter, “The Homefire Women: Organized Volunteer Work in Halifax and Dartmouth during World War II” (2002).
Tara L. Romkey, “Common Rights, Rebellion, and Change: The Effects of Enclosure on English Society With a Chronicle of Portsmouth” (2002).
Amanda L. Parker, “Their Own Voices: Three Seafaring Women of Nineteenth Century Nova Scotia” (2001).
Caley MacLennan, “Tying the Gordian Knot: The Nineteenth Century Temperance Movement in Nova Scotia” (2000).
Shelly A. Martin, “Nature, Science and the Making of History: The Early Collection of the Provincial Museum” (2000).
Stephanie McKinstry, “The Provincial and City Hospital in Halifax: A Victorian Refuge for the Poor and Destitute” (1998).
Darcie Moore, “Adam’s Rib: Women in Seventeenth-Century England” (1996).
Kelly L. Crouse, “The Women’s Institutes of Nova Scotia 1923-1939: Rural Women Educated for the Improvement of Home and Country” (1995).
Ian David Cowan, “By Any Means Necessary: The Misrepresentation of Malcolm X by the White Print Media from 1958 to 1967” (1994).
Heather N. Frederick, “Pearleen Oliver: Indomitable Crusader for Human Rights” (1994).
Thomas Pink, “Transition and Trawlers: Canada’s East Coast Fishery 1914-1939 as Reflected in Canadian Fisherman” (1993).
Fiona K. Bellerive, “Uncovering the Exodus: Maritime Women and the Journey to Lowell, Massachusetts, 1860-1880” (1993).
Catherine Prévost, “The Gourlay Shanty Riot and its Aftermath, 1856-1859” (1993).
Heidi MacDonald, “The Significance of the Silver Fox Industry on Western Prince Edward Island” (1990).
Jennifer Kressner, “The Development of the Annapolis Valley Apple Industry and its Relationship to Railway Transport” (1990).
Lisa Catherine Smith, “King’s and Edgehill: Separate Schools Linked by History and Tradition” (1989).
David Westwater, “Oswald Mosley and the Failure of the British Union of Fascists” (1989),