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Get to know me 


My name is Kiegan Lloyd and I am an undergraduate student at Luther College at the University of Regina, and I am completing three Bachelor of Arts degrees. My main historical research interest at this time is analyzing feminist European witch hunt historiography and intellectual thought during the end of the twentieth century. Though I have also become interested in researching the historical accuracies, narratives and material culture of witchcraft, magic and demonology in visual media culture and how they contribute to the romanticization and characterizations of these themes. Since 2018 I have been a Research Assistant in the Department of History, and just recently I have been offered a Teaching Assistant contract in the Department of Sociology and also appointed a Visiting Research Fellow at California State University – Monterey Bay. Besides my academic life I spend a lot of my free time volunteering on various academic committees and nonprofit boards in the community. I hope you enjoy viewing my Wix Website.


[In Progress] Bachelor of Arts Honours in History (2017 – present)

Proposed Honours Paper: ‘“The Querelle des femmes:’ An Exegesis of Witches, Midwives and Nurses: A History of Women Healers by Barbara Ehrenreich and Deirdre English and an Analysis of Feminist European Witch Hunt Historiography and Intellectual Thought, 1970s-1990s” 

Honours Supervisor: Dr. Yvonne Petry

[In Progress] Bachelor of Arts in German Language and Literature & Sociology (2019 – present)

Luther College at the University of Regina

3737 Wascana Pkwy, Regina, SK S4S 0A2

International Virtual Exchange Student (January-May 2021) *possibility of extension

Program: Social & Behavioral Sciences and Humanities & Communication 

California State University-Monterey Bay (CSUMB)

100 Campus Center, Seaside, CA 93955, United States

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My current research project titled, “Hocus Pocus: Representations, Embodiment, Credulity and Imagination of the Female Witch Arch-type in Visual Media and Material Culture” (title may be subject to change) is to not only further my understanding and theoretical knowledge in witch hunt studies but also to give me a better appreciation to the different methodological approaches that academics implement in social science and humanities research. I plan to incorporate traditional historical sources in my research project to substantiate my discussions and responses though I also plan to use a variety of multimedia sources.

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My second current research project is a monograph entitled Discovering our Roots: The History of Ukrainian Dancing in Saskatchewan is a community-based research project. I am interested in researching into the role that dance played in helping shape and define the cultural identity of Ukrainian communities in the province. My research focuses not only on the history of Ukrainian dance in Saskatchewan, but also on the experiences of Ukrainian dancers, instructors, administrators and adjudicators in the province. Hoping to contribute to a better understanding of the history and cultural impact of Ukrainian dancing in Saskatchewan and consider how this performing art form has influenced and contributed to Saskatchewan society by promoting culture, heritage, and multiculturalism.

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Conference papers, Technical papers, and non-peered reviewed publications

Petry, Yvonne with Kiegan Lloyd. ‘“What do they mean by a potent man?:’ Medical Views on Impotence in Early Modern France.” Paper presented at the Masculinities in the Premodern World: Continuities, Change, and Contradictions Conference hosted by the Toronto Renaissance and Reformation Colloquium, Toronto, Ontario, November 12-14, 2020, p. 1-14. [Virtual due to COVID-19]

Lloyd, Kiegan. “Accountability in South of the Border, West of the Sun by Haruki Murakami.” Writing Waves (Spring 2021) [Under Review]

Lloyd, Kiegan. “A Modernist Perspective of the First Wave (1891-1923) of Ukrainian Settlement in Canada {part 3}.” Visnyk, vol. 35, no. 1 (Spring 2021) [Forthcoming]

Lloyd, Kiegan. “A Modernist Perspective of the First Wave (1891-1923) of Ukrainian Settlement in Canada {part 2}.” Visnyk, vol. 34, no. 6 (Winter 2021): 16-17.

Lloyd, Kiegan. “A Modernist Perspective of the First Wave (1891-1923) of Ukrainian Settlement in Canada {part 1}.” Visnyk, vol. 34, no. 5 (Fall 2020): 16-17.

Lloyd, Kiegan. “University of Regina Sessional Employees as Contingent Labour.” University of Regina Faculty Association Update (URFA) (Winter 2019): 10-13.

Lloyd, Kiegan. “A Brief Description of the Holodomor.” Visnyk, vol. 33, no. 4 (Winter 2019): 16-17.

Lloyd, Kiegan. “Research Study of Student Interest in a Pre-Professional Society at Luther College at the University of Regina.” Paper prepared for Luther College at the University of Regina (July 2019): 1-28.

Lloyd, Kiegan. “The History of Agriculture and Wheat Production in Ukraine; Red Fife Wheat and Agriculture in the Western Provinces of Canada and The Holodomor of 1932-3.” Annotated Bibliography prepared for Ukrainian Canadian Congress Saskatchewan Provincial Council Holodomor Awareness and Education Committee (June 2020): 1-41

Lloyd, Kiegan. “The Burning Times Revisited.” Rise Up! A Digital Archive of Feminist Activism, (Fall 2020).