Speaking Engagements, Conferences, & Publications

Stephanie attended the Shakespeare Theatre Association conference January 2017 in Balitmore! It must be the conference capital of the US! She participated in the pre-conference learning about teaching strategies and techniques for theatre and Shakespeare.

Stephanie attended the NCPH conference 2016 in Baltimore. She was a volunteer photographer for the duration of the conference as well as attended sessions relating to digital aspects of history & not-for-profits, teaching, & literature. She also visited Edgar Allan Poe’s gravesite and memorial, the Babe Ruth Birthplace Sports Legends Museum, and went on a tour of Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

Stephanie attended the Active History conference held at Huron University College in October 2015.

Stephanie was asked to provide her insight into the traveling exhibit “100 Years of Loss: The Residential School System in Canada” by Canada’s History magazine’s Online Engagement Coordinator Jessica Knapp. Click here to find out more.

Stephanie was selected as one of two graduate student bloggers for the annual CHA meeting in St. Catharines in May of 2014. She had a great time networking and exploring the CHA annual meeting and she encourages you to check out her posts here.

Stephanie presented at the 2014 Fort Garry Lectures  in May presented by the University of Manitoba and the University of Winnipeg. She presented a paper entitled: “Bases Loaded: Public History through the lens of the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum”.

Stephanie attended and spoke at the National Council on Public History Conference in March 2014 in Monterey, California. She presented a project she completed in Digital History in 2013 entitled “County of Oxford Jail: A History of Change”. Read about the Digital Project Showcase here.


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