To facilitate a successful start to the institutionalization of the University of Guelph’s internationalization strategy, the University of Guelph is drawing on Professor Stuart McCook’s experience. He is to "develop and implement" the strategy for the next one year, as the pioneer AVP, International Strategy and Partnerships. Congratulations Prof. McCook.
Doctoral student Erin Schuurs’ research explores the history of country music genre in Canada. Her interview offers interesting insights into why we love or hate this genre of music. To listen, click on the link
March 19th Session of Careers for Historians featured Ryan Covel: digital marketer for Microsoft; Sara Wilmshurst: former fundraiser & currently historical consultant for Know History; and Fraser Telford: former store manager & now teacher. Join us for our next session of “Careers for History Students” in fall 2019
History department has a number of exciting Hist*3480 Workplace Learning courses on offer for Summer 2019 semester.
We are proud to present our Rural History Round table series for the winter semester; sponsored by the Francis and Ruth Redelmeier Professorship in Rural History.
with Liu Xiaoli, Okada Hideki, Zhang Quan, Ōkubo Akio, Kim Jaeyong, Ronald Suleski, Li Haiying, Chen Yan, and Chen Shi. Wei Man wenxue ciliao zhengli yu yanjiu congshu (Manchukuo Literary Materials Compilation and Research Collection). Harbin: Beifang wenyi chubanshe, 2017 (34 volumes) & his edited Empire and Environment in the Making of Manchuria. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2017 are out in the bookstores.
Four of these research projects, including by Professors Tara Abraham (R), Catherine Carstairs (T), Alan Gordon(B), and Sofie Lachapelle (L), have been awarded SSHRC IG and Connection grants
Featuring The Jill Mackenzie Lecture by Dr Catriona M.M. Macdonald, Reader in Late Modern Scottish history at the University of Glasgow