Each January, undergraduate students from Canadian and American universities are invited to present their research papers at Thompson Rivers University. Dialogues showcases papers from students who took their passion for their research one step further and put their paper through a rigorous peer review process. The conference brings meaningful and insightful conversations about the philosophy, history, and politics disciplines and solidifies their interconnectedness and relevance to our world today.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
|Editor-in-Chief:||Abby Dunlop, Thompson Rivers University|
|Editors:||Joe Flanagan, Thompson Rivers University|
|Tristan Muhr, Thompson Rivers University|
|Miranda Fish, Thompson Rivers University|
|Faculty Advisor:||Dr. Annie St. John-Stark, Thompson Rivers University|
Current Issue: Volume 1, Number 1 (2019)
The opening issue of Dialogues would not have been possible without the support of my colleagues, TRU Librarians, the wonderful professors at TRU, and most of all, the woman who pushed this along, Dr. Annie St. John-Stark. Without her support and effort, Dialogues would not be here.
Also, a big thank you to the TRU Research Office for funding the establishment of this journal. Thank you for seeing the value of undergraduate research!
Many thanks go to:
Matthew Arkinstall, who has now moved on to his MA at the University of Alberta
Kathy Gaynor, University Librarian
Brenda Smith, PHP Subject Librarian
TRU Faculty, in no particular order, who provided their time and careful comments and review on drafts:
Dr. Bruce Baugh
Dr. Robin Tapley
Dr. Wilson Bell
Dr. Tina Block
Dr. Michael Gorman
Dr. Robert Hanlon
And last but certainly not least, once again, Dr. Annie St. John-Stark
It has been a tremendous learning experience and I hope you enjoy reading some of these articles. Congratulations to the students who are published here.
The Imperfect Warrior: Disability and Surgery on the Medieval English Battlefield
Miles S. A. Buckminster
The Sexual Revolution Within the Second Wave Feminist Movement
Fallon G. Fosbery