Robert Revington selected as one of 12 Canadian university students to retrace Canada’s steps in the World Wars.
Students travel to Morocco for inaugural health field course.
Ph.D. Candidate Mica Jorgenson reflects on her experience at the Digital Humanities Summer Workshop held at the University of Guelph.
“Rethinking Canada in the World” McGill-Queen’s University Press Fall 2016 catalogue announces new series supported by the Wilson Institute for Canadian History and edited by Dr. Ian McKay and Dr. Sean Mills.
Robert Pinchen and Elizabeth Ivanecky chose Hamilton’s Auchmar House for their Level 3 History Practicum placement where they researched it’s origin and historical importance to this area. Students can find out more about History Practicum 3HP3. Read about their experience in the Daily News.
Veysel Simsek, Ph.D. has accepted a Post-Doc position at Yale University at International Security Studies for 2016-17 with the possibility of extending the position for a second year. Congratulations Veysel!
Orthorexia: A New Eating Disorder, an article by Shawna Collins, Honours History.
Research and reform W.P. Thompson at the University of Saskatchewan Dr. Richard Rempel’s biography of Walter P. Thompson (1889–1970), president of the University of Saskatchewan in the 1950s is reviewed in CAUT/ACPPU Bulletin.
Education key to solving Islamophobia.
Ellen Amster was profoundly impacted by her fifteen years in Morocco.
It was while studying in the north African country that she was exposed to the complicated web of issues affecting health in the region: economics, technology, religion and historical customs, among others.