New France's Huguenots

Clandestine Refugees of the XVIIth Century
Wednesday, 15 February 2017 - 10:00 am to 11:30 am
GFH Speaker Series with S. Pettigrew | Série de conférence GFH avec S. Pettigrew
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SMD129
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Yes
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Free of charge
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Human Rights Research and Education Centre; Gordon F. Henderson Chair in Human Rights

As part of the Gordon F. Henderson Speaker Series on Refugee History, the Human Rights Research and Education Centre is pleased to present:

New France's Huguenots: Clandestine Refugees of the XVIIth Century

All are welcome.
This event will be presented in French.
RSVP at HRREC@uOttawa.ca.

Speaker:
  • Stéphanie PETTIGREW | Ph.D. Candidate in History, University of New Brunswick

Stéphanie Pettigrew is a PhD Candidate in History at the University of New Brunswick. Her dissertation focuses on accusations of blasphemy and witchcraft in seventeenth-century Montréal. She obtained her master’s degree in History from the University of Guelph, and her bachelor’s degree from Cape Breton University. Currently, she coordinates a database project digitizing all of the British North America Legislative acts, and also contributes to another database project, Vocabularies of Identities, which seeks to digitize early Acadian newspapers from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.