I’m here too

I administrate:

South Street Hospital HGIS (2013): A website tracing the geospatial history of London, Ontario’s South Street Hospital through interactive HGIS maps.

I contribute(d) to:

ActiveHistory.ca (2015): “Sharing Local History on the John Rowswell Hub Trail”

Banting House National Historic Site of Canada (2013-2014): I am responsible for a series, “Behind the Scenes at Banting House,” as well as other museum-related blog entries.

Western History Graduate Student Association (2014): “How’d She Do That? Workflow for the South Street Hospital Website” (reblogged from The Pixelated Historian)

George Whalley (2011-2013): I created and uploaded records within the site, as well as contributing ideas pertaining to the website’s organization. The full functionality of this website will go live in the future, allowing visitors to access the thousands of records we have created concerning poet, intelligence agent, naval officer, Queen’s University professor, Coleridge scholar, and Aristotle translator George Whalley.

I Work(ed) on:

Christianity and Literature Study Group (2013-2015): A literary society devoted to the study of Christianity and literature, and an allied organization of the Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English (ACCUTE).

Doris Lessing Society (2011): A literary society dedicated to studying the works of Nobel Prize-winning author Doris Lessing, and an allied organization of the Modern Language Association (MLA).

I’m featured in:

Southwesternontario.ca: Fanshawe Pioneer exhibit features Clandeboye doctor (2014)

London Free Press: If these walls could speak (2014)

Editing Modernism in Canada: Stacey Devlin – Research Assistant Extraordinaire (August 2013)

Sault Today: Super smart Stacey nails two big ones (June 2013)

Sault Today: 18th Annual Algoma University Student Awards (January 2012)


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