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Graham and Gale Wright Distinguished Scholar, 2015-2016
Professor Pauline Wakeham, Graduate Development and Placement Coordinator, Department of English and Chair of Undergarduate Studies, Centre for Transitional Justice and Post-Conflict Reconstruction was recently awarded the Graham and Gale Wright Distinguished Scholar Award for 2015-2016 in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.TJ Masters Student Conference & Study Tour
Rachael Ward, a Masters student in History and Transitional Justice, will be running and presenting at the History Graduate Conference at Western: Prisms, Paradigms and Paradoxes next week on May 1st and 2nd. Everyone is welcome to listen to the panels and information can be found on the conference website.
Rachel was selected for the Canadian Battlefields Foundation Study Tour in France, Belgium and the Netherlands, a tour funded for 10 students across Canada. She will be leaving on May 8th for 2 weeks.
Director Joanna Quinn and Ph.D. Candidate Tammy Lambert will be in Uganda during the month of May to conduct field research on Quinn's project, "The Agitation Hypothesis: How Communities are Prompted to Begin the Acknowledgement Process".
Call for Papers
The Undergraduate Transitional Justice Review wants to publish papers authored by undergraduate students at Western and its Affiliates. Read more