Corah Lynn Hodgson received her Honours Bachelor of Arts in History and Sociology, and minor in Classical Studies, from the University of Waterloo (UW), and in 2019 completed her Master of Arts in History at UW under the supervision of Dr. P. Whitney Lackenbauer. Her thesis, entitled “A Window into October: Examining the Framing of the October Crisis of 1970 in Canada’s English-Language Newspapers,” was supported by a SSHRC Joseph Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship. She was also the recipient of UW’s Dan Watt Scholarship, President’s Graduate Scholarship, David E. Wright Scholarship, Pierre Elliott Trudeau Scholarship, and departmental awards for history and sociology. Corah’s research interests span a variety of Canadian historical and sociological topics, including French-English relations, the construction, commemoration, and media framing of historical events, and Northern issues ranging from the legacy of missionary activity to the introduction of Canadian law and order into the Arctic. However, she is always keen to delve into and examine new topics, and will have an upcoming piece published with Defining Moments Canada on the Dutch war wife experience in the Second World War. In addition to her ongoing work with NAADSN on the formatting, copyediting, and preparation of the Network’s outputs for publication, Corah is currently co-editing, with Dr. Lackenbauer, the memoir of a Northern missionary wife and a volume on the Belcher Islands murders of 1941.