Dr. Dan Horner (York, GHP 2010) has won two postdoctoral fellowships for this year. He is currently enjoying a six-month postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Leicester, at their Centre for Urban History. He was also just awarded an L.R. Wilson Post-Doctoral Fellowship at McMaster University, which will begin on July 1 and last for two years. Dan Horner defended his dissertation in the Graduate History Program in November 2010 under the supervision of Bettina Bradbury. His dissertation is entitled "Taking to the Streets: Crowds, Politics and Identity in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Montreal."
Congratulation Dan, and in celebrating the successes of the Graduate History Program.