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Mark Humphries is awarded the Canadian Historical Review Prize for 2010

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The Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies would like to congratulate Centre Associate Mark Humphries who was awarded the 2010 Canadian Historical Review Prize for his article “War’s Long Shadow: Masculinity, Medicine, and the Gendered Politics of Trauma, 1914-1939“, appearing in issue 91.3, and selected by the CHR Editorial Board as the best article published in volume 91 of the journal.

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Mark Humphries is a faculty associate who specializes in the social history of Canadian medicine and war and society in the era of the First World War. He has published articles on traumatized veterans, shell shock, the 1918 influenza pandemic, and the Canadian experience overseas during the Great War.



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