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Manitoba History No. 88
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Pakistan Lecture 2019
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Shelisa Klassen

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Shelisa Klassen
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Historian.

Shelisa Klassen is a doctoral student in the history program at the University of Manitoba. She received a bachelor’s degree in history and Indigenous studies from Carleton University and a master’s degree in the joint history program at the University of Manitoba and University of Winnipeg. Her research focuses on 19th century newspapers and western Canadian immigration.

Her articles for the Manitoba Historical Society:

“Working Like Men”: Newspaper Examinations of Gender, Respectability and Mennonite Immigration to Manitoba in the Late Nineteenth Century
Manitoba History, Number 84, Summer 2017

Page revised: 15 August 2017

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