Adebisi Alade traveled to Ghana with the Water Without Borders graduate program.
A century after Vimy. Dr. McKay’s interview with TVO on April 12, 2017.
Dr. Asa McKercher’s book is a finalist for the John W. Dafoe Book Prize.
Wilson Institute for Canadian History welcomes Christopher Moore to talk on Canadian Federation.
Zoos are some of the world’s most visited attractions. A podcast interview with Drs. Tracy McDonald and Daniel Vandersommers.
Congratulations to Dr. Ian McKay and Jamie Swift for their book The Vimy Trap, or, how we learned to stop worrying and love the Great War has been nominated for this year’s John A. McDonald Prize as well as the Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing.
With over 400 pages of original description of libraries, archives, museums, digital collections, blogs, grants, and other resources in the history of medicine and medical humanities, this new resource is for all students, faculty, clinicians, and interested researchers.
History professor Dr. Ellen Amster talks with The Spectator on conscientious objection to vaccines.
McMaster historians Nancy Bouchier and Ken Cruikshank joked about the long gestation of The People and The Bay, the book they launched with a reception in Hamilton Dec. 1.
The History of Infant and Maternal Public Health Care in the British Caribbean Funded by SSHRC, Dr. Juanita De Barros explores the first social welfare and health education programs that appeared in Jamaica, Barbados and Guyana from the early nineteenth century to the 1930s. More information.