2 more SSHRC Doctoral Fellowships come to the GHP

SSHRC found more money in its budget for this year and is able to grant two students in the Graduate History Program SSHRC Doctoral Fellowships! Congratulations go to Angela Rooke, examining the myriad ways that religion structured the lives of Protestant children in early Canada, and to Andrew Watson, who is tracing the social metabolism of the Muskoka Lakes region, uncovering the roots and processes leading to an affluent culture of recreation and consumption.

This raises the Graduate History Program's SSHRC success rate for 2010 to four Doctoral Fellowships, two Canadian Graduate Scholarships, and one Vanier award.