Office Location: Erindale Hall Residence, 1525 Outer Circle, Room 307D
Fields of Study Geographical Fields:
Fields of Study Thematic Fields:
Empires, Colonialisms and Indigeneity; Gender, Sex, and Sexualities; Migration/Diaspora; Religion and Society; Social
Professor Noel’s interests include Early Canada as well as comparative colonial and gender history. Her latest book is Along a River: The First French Canadian Women (UTP 2013). Noel is author of some 35 refereed articles, chapters and books, including the much-reprinted "New France: Les Femmes Favorisees". She received the New York History Society’s 2014 Kerr prize for her work on aboriginal women in the fur trade. Her earlier work, Canada Dry: Temperance Crusades before Confederation, received the Canadian Historical Association’s Macdonald Prize. Professor Noel is a past coordinator of Gender Studies at her UTM Department and current coordinator of its Heads Up Writing Program.
- Along a River: The First French-Canadian Women. (University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division : 2013)
- PhD, University of Toronto