Fallon Burner's Undergraduate Thesis featured in Library Exhibit

February 23, 2021

Congratulations to Fallon Burner (BA ’20), whose undergraduate History thesis "Healing Through Language: Revitalization and Renewal in the Wendat Confederacy" is now included in an online exhibit with the Craigleith Heritage Depot, a museum branch of the Blue Mountains Public Library in Ontario, Canada. The exhibit is called “Indigenous History and Culture” and features primary sources critical to Wendat history. The museum is located just north of Toronto, on traditional ancestral Wendat lands. 

In addition to her inclusion in the Blue Mountains Public Library collection, Burner’s undergraduate thesis was awarded the American Cultures Research Prize, the Rita Ross Prize in Canadian Studies, and the Matilda Morrison Miller Award for the History of the Western United States.

Burner is currently a Masters student at the University of Saskatchewan, and you can read her undergraduate thesis paper by clicking here.