Marginality as Historical Subject
Peterborough — 24 October 2015.
This was Session VI of the “Dissenting Traditions” conference to Address the Intellectual and Political Interests of Canada Research Chair, Bryan D. Palmer at Trent University, 23-24 October 2015.
Moderated by Gillian Balfour. Presentations by:
- Ted McCoy (Univ of Calgary): “Life Beyond the Margins: Segregation and Punishment at Kingston Penitentiary”
- Annalee Lepp (Univ of Victoria): “Whose Evidence Matters? Human Trafficking, Cross-Border Movements and the Politics of Sexual/Labour Exploitation”
- Roger Neufeld (Univ of Ottawa): “Disreputable Wretches: Winnipeg Prostitution and the Press (1880-1919)”
This conference was funded and supported by the Canada Research Chairs Program and Trent University's School for the Study of Canada.