Phoebe Medlicott-Revell

Anne Watson Trust Intern

I completed my BA in History in the summer of 2020.. My undergraduate degree was heavily focussed on Indigenous peoples and cultures, with my dissertation exploring Indigenous presence on the North American continent. As I begin my Masters, I will be developing my undergraduate thesis to form a more in-depth study of Indigenous presence. As a recipient of the Ann Watson Employability Award, I have been able to extend my research on Indigenous peoples by working with Treatied Spaces. As the Ann Watson Trust Intern, I will be working alongside Dr Susannah Hopson and the rest of the cluster, using my skills and knowledge to aid in the research for ongoing projects that highlight Indigenous presence. I am excited to be working with Treatied Spaces’ global network, who are making Indigenous history more widely accessible through innovation and technology.