Former History Department Masters student, Robert Flewelling, has worked with the Guelph Civic Museum to transform his Major Research Paper for us into a museum exhibit! It runs until February.
from the website:
What do John Galt and the Canada Company, the Upper and Lower Canadian Rebellions of 1837-38, a canal-building enterprise, and current (and future) land claims all have in common?
Professor Maya Goldenberg is co-author of a report from the RSC. It’s part of a series of briefings guiding policy with lessons learned from the pandemic.
"Cyberbullying girls with pornography deepfakes is a form of misogyny."--See this inportant article in the Conversation. Philosophy Ph.D. student Amanda Narvali is the lead author.
Our own Dr. Ben Bradley speaks to CBC Vancouver News about B.C tourism and the controversy over a trip to the city of New Westminster appearing as a prize on popular American gameshow, The Price is Right.
In October, alongside the folks at Ontario Barn Preservation, who have been working with Dr. Kim Martin in one of our Experiential Learning courses (HIST*4070) for several years, Dr. Martin was awarded an Architectural Conservancy of Ontario Heritage Award.
Production from university’s School of English and Theatre Studies aims to spur positive climate action
Our own Dr. Karen Racine has published a new article in The Cambridge History of the Age of Atlantic Revolutions: “Deferred But Not Avoided: Great Britain and Latin American Independence."
Our own Dr. Evren Altinkas has published "Displaced Scholars as a Contribution to Academic Diversity,” an article in the International Journal of Middle East Studies.