“Dad, why do you always talk about bad stuff?”
The relationships between human and nonhuman animals have always been at the heart of our existence. Notions of human superiority, reinforced in the age of enlightenment, have played a fundamental role in where we find ourselves in the 21st century: deep in the human-created catastrophe of the Anthropocene.
The World Turned Upside Down: The Great Crisis of the 1840s in Canada and Beyond
Professor Ge Zhaoguang, of Fudan University, is one of China’s foremost intellectual historians, and several of his most important works have recently appeared in English.
Wilson Institute for Canadian History will be part of a project to evaluate how history is taught to Canadian students from kindergarten to high school. Daily News
Mac’s first cohort of My OWN McMaster students graduate today
The History Department is pleased to announce the new Winnifrede Kennedy Scholarships
Dr. McKay discusses liberal democracy in an article published in The Conversation.
Indigenous studies and history professor wins 2019 Canada Prize