Emily Gwiazda

Emily Gwiazda is a public historian with a passion for bridging the gap between the public and the past. Emily has experience in many sectors of the heritage field, including museums, archives, and not-for-profit organizations, and holds an MA in public history. With a research focus on women’s history, Emily enjoys bringing to light the stories of the women she wishes she had learned about in school.

Articles by Emily Gwiazda

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls
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Red Dress Day
Shaaw Tláa (Kate Carmack)
Article
Shaaw Tláa (Kate Carmack)
Mary Riter Hamilton
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Mary Riter Hamilton
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Cairine Wilson
Helen Mussallem
Article
Helen Mussallem
James Barry
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James Barry
Roberta Bondar
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Roberta Bondar
Marie-Anne Lagimodière
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Marie-Anne Lagimodière
Hide Hyodo Shimizu
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Hide Hyodo Shimizu
Hudson's Bay Company Ships
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Isobel Gunn
Phyllis Munday and Daughter Edith
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Phyllis Munday
Dr. Biruté Galdikas
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Biruté Galdikas
Prospector Kathleen Rice
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Kathleen Rice
Mary Vaux Walcott
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Mary Vaux Walcott
Selma Barkham
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Selma Barkham
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Angela Sidney (Stóow Ch’óonehte’ Máa)
Helen Belyea
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Helen Belyea
Dorothea Palmer
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Dorothea Palmer
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Michelle Douglas