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History: Stuart McCook on Coffee Rust on Canada AM

Stuart McCookHistory professor Stuart McCook, the associate dean of research and graduate studies in the College of Arts, will be on CTV’s popular morning news show Canada AM Friday at 8:05 a.m. discussing coffee rust, which has caused more than $1 billion in damage across Latin America. McCook is conducting a 150-year history of coffee and its relationship with coffee rust, work that has taken him to Costa Rica, Guatemala, Portugal, Spain, the United Kingdom and Venezuela. He also writes a blog about coffee and its history. (from @Guelph)

 

Stuart McCook on Coffee Rust on Canada AM

Stuart McCookHistory professor Stuart McCook, the associate dean of research and graduate studies in the College of Arts, will be on CTV’s popular morning news show Canada AM Friday at 8:05 a.m. discussing coffee rust, which has caused more than $1 billion in damage across Latin America. McCook is conducting a 150-year history of coffee and its relationship with coffee rust, work that has taken him to Costa Rica, Guatemala, Portugal, Spain, the United Kingdom and Venezuela. He also writes a blog about coffee and its history. (from @Guelph)

 

New Publication : Sandino's Nation

How two of Latin America's greatest writers dramatized Nicaraguan nationhood before, during, and after the Sandinista Revolution.

 

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SOLAL: New Publication : Granma Nineteen and the Soviet's Secret

By the beaches of Luanda, the Russians are building a grand mausoleum to honour the remains of the Comrade President. Granmas are whispering: houses, they say, will be dexploded, and everyone will have to leave. Can the children of Luanda steal the Russians' dynamite, decipher Comrade Gudafterov's letter, and save their homes? With the help of his friends Charlita and Pi (whom everyone calls 3.14), as well as assistance from Dr.

New Publication : Granma Nineteen and the Soviet's Secret

By the beaches of Luanda, the Russians are building a grand mausoleum to honour the remains of the Comrade President. Granmas are whispering: houses, they say, will be dexploded, and everyone will have to leave. Can the children of Luanda steal the Russians' dynamite, decipher Comrade Gudafterov's letter, and save their homes? With the help of his friends Charlita and Pi (whom everyone calls 3.14), as well as assistance from Dr.

History: Professor Jacqueline Murray Named Woman of Distinction

Jacqueline MurrayThis past Thursday night our own Dr. Jacqueline Murray was named a Woman of Distinction. She received the education and training award. As a history professor and director of the first-year seminar program on campus, the award recognizes her creativity and innovation in teaching, and for being a mentor and role model for students.

Congratulations from all of us!

Read more @guelph

 

Professor Jacqueline Murray Named Woman of Distinction

Jacqueline MurrayThis past Thursday night our own Dr. Jacqueline Murray was named a Woman of Distinction. She received the education and training award. As a history professor and director of the first-year seminar program on campus, the award recognizes her creativity and innovation in teaching, and for being a mentor and role model for students.

Congratulations from all of us!

Read more @guelph

 

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
The University of Guelph resides on the land of the Between the Lakes Treaty No. 3, the territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit. This land is part of the Dish with One Spoon, a covenant between Indigenous nations to live peaceably on the territories of the Great Lakes region. We recognize that today this gathering place is home to many First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples and acknowledging them reminds us of our collective responsibility to the land where we learn, live and work.