Kristine Alexander, who defended her PhD in 2010 (supervised by Bettina Bradbury), has been awarded a second postdoctoral fellowship. Kristine's PhD dissertation was entitled "The Girl Guide Movement, Imperialism and Internationalism in Interwar England, Canada, and India" and was awarded the 2011 Governor General's Gold Medal. Kristine is currently a SSHRC postdoctoral fellow in the Department of History at the University of Western Ontario and, starting this September, she will be the Elizabeth & Cecil Kent Postdoctoral Fellow in the History of Britain and the British World at the University of Saskatchewan.
While success at gaining one postdoc is impressive, success at gaining two is exceptional. Congrats to Kristine!