Name Christina Williamson

Graduate Researcher

Short bio Christina Williamson studied history for her undergraduate BA at the University of Alberta then moved off to Ottawa and Carleton to continue her education working on an MA in Public History. Christina has worked in a variety of different public history positions including as the lead interpreter at the Father Lacombe Chapel Provincial Historic Site in St. Albert, Alberta, the Fort Saskatchewan Museum and the University of Alberta Museums and Collections Services as a summer intern. Christina is also the first year representative for the History Graduate Student Association and tries to stay involved in department and campus life.
Research - Research Topic: Museums and their interactions with Canadian Aboriginal people at the turn of the twentieth Century - working towards an MA in Public History at Carleton University - Co-curated Exhibition: In Mother’s Hood: Inuit Packing Dolls of Taloyoak which received a commendation from the Costume Society of America - “Scientific Racism on Display” in Constellations: a History and Classics Undergraduate Journal



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