Recent SSHRC Fellowship Recipients
- John Leroux (MA - Concordia, 2002): "Maritime Modernism: a forgotten foundation" (working title)
- Adam Nadeau (MA - Brock, 2012): "Chief Justice William Smith (1728-93) and Loyalist Constitutional Thought in the Age of Revolutions"
- Cody Hamilton
- Christine Hicks
Keith Grant (MA - Regent College, 2007): "Reading the Evangelical Atlantic: Communication Networks and Religious Culture in Cornwallis Township, Nova Scotia, 1770-1850"
- Conor Falvey
- Alanna James
- Alyssa Allen Gerwing
Teresa Devor (MA - University of New Brunswick, 2012): "Living Weather" in Atlantic Canada: Making Local Climate Knowledge, 1780-1920"
- Alexander Fitzgerald-Black
- Gordon Brent Clowater (MA - University of New Brunswick, 2007): "Happy Ever After in America: The Politics of Self-Realization in Marriage, 1948-1980"
- Jason Hall (MA - York University, 2004): "River of Three Peoples: An Environmental and Cultural History of the Wəlastəkw/St. John River, c. 1550-1850"
- Scott Matheson (MA - St. Francis Xavier University, 2009): "Standing Behind Those Who Fight: Maritime Families during the First World War"
- John Curtis Doyle
- Kelly Flinn
- Erin Spinney
- Lachlan MacKinnon
- Michael Blanchard
- Teresa Devor
- Christopher Kretzschmar
- Vanessa Morrison
- Bonnie Morgan (MA - Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1996): "Conceiving Christianity: Anglican Women and Lilved Religion in Mid-20th Century Conception Bay, Newfoundland"
- Katrina Ackerman
- James Horncastle
- Christy Clarke
- Ashley Harding
- Iaian O'Shea
- Thomas Wendelboe
- Shawn McCarthy
- Don Nerbas - (MA - University of New Brunswick, 2006): "A Comparative Analysis of the Bourgeoisie of Saint John, New Brunswick and Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1896-1929." CGS Fellowship
- Patrick Webber
- Ben Isitt - (MA - University of Victoria, 2003): "Working-Class Agency and the New Left: The Case of Political change in British Columbia." CGS Fellowship
- Janet Mullin - (MA - UNB): "Private Passion, Public Order: Gaming, gender and the middle class in eighteenth-century England." CGS Fellowship
- Heather Steele (MA - UNB, 2004), PhD taken up at York University: "Immigrant children in the Canadian education system, 1945-1971." CGS Fellowship
- Tammy Moore (MA - UNB, 2002): "Whereas Unhappy Differences Have Arisen: Deeds of Separation in England, c. 1650-1900."
- Don Nerbas (BA - Univ. of Winnipeg) - "The Development of the Business Elite in Saint John, N.B."
- Steve MacPherson - (BA - STU): "After the Boss: A Small Town's Quest for Empowerment, Marysville, N.B., 1914-1954."
- Myles Beaupre - (BA - Lakehead Univ., 2003): "Antimasonry Ideology in the 1820s and 1830s"
- Jennifer Taylor - (BA - UNB, 2003) "Modernity Versus Tradition: The Nazi Struggle for the Hearts and Minds of Berliners"
- Karen Casselman (MA -- Saint Mary's University, 1999): "Toward a Conceptual Model of Natural Dyeing in Britain c 1700-1900."
- Edward Michalik (MA -- Dalhousie University, 1998): "Cape Breton's Ethnic History, 1893-1967."
- Kirk Niergarth (MA -- Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2001): "The Radical Reimagination of Canada, 1934-1948."
- James Wood (MA -- UNB, 2003): "The Canadian Army and the First Special Service Forces, 1942-1944" (Pursuing his PhD elsewhere).
- Matthew Baglole (MA -- UNB, 2003): "From Bill to Charter: Identity Group Formation in Atlantic Canada, 1960-1982" (Recommended, but not funded).
- Sherry Little (BA -- St. Thomas Univ., 2003): '"I Think I Will Go" A Case Study in Atlantic Canadian Outmigration Based on the Diary of Ann Eliza Rogers, 1852-1867'
- Heather Steel (BA -- Univ. of Lethbridge, 2003): "Immigration to New Brunswick, 1945-1971: A Study of Provincial Policy."
- Sharon Weaver (BA -- UNB): "Coming from Away: The Back to the Land Movement in Cape Breton in the 1970s"
- Janis Thiessen (MA -- Universities of Winnipeg and Manitoba, 1997): "Immigrant Mennonite Factory Workers in Manitoba, 1945-1995."