Join doctoral candidate Sydney Harker as she discusses her research on the early Quaker community in Adolphustown. In this virtual talk, Sydney will outline certain patterns and family strategies that emerged that add to our understanding of the Quaker experience in Upper Canada.
About the Presenter: Sydney Harker is a doctoral candidate in history at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. Her master’s research examined issues of faith, family, and gender in early Canadian Quaker communities. Her current work explores how categories of beauty were employed and understood in Ontario from the mid to late nineteenth century.