Will we view Covid-19 as a threat to the social, not just the individual, body?
In the Anishinaabeg tradition dibaajimowinan, which translates to personal storytelling, is valued as a valid and legitimate method of both gaining and conveying knowledge.
In this episode of the History Slam podcast, I talk with Dawn Flood of Campion College at the University of Regina about Fred Hampton and his visit to Saskatchewan.
Not only does history look boring and serious, it also looks White, Wealthy, Masculine, and Antiquated.
Through archival images and interviews with participants in the affair, The Ninth Floor retraces the steps that led dozens of students to occupy the university’s computer centre.
The valley is only a couple miles from the Wood Mountain North West Mounted Police Post and not far from where Jean-Louis Légaré’s trading post stood at one time, which served Métis, Lakota, and settlers.
People, instructors and students, are feeling this uncertainty in multiple areas of their lives, and now in the area of course design with a sense of urgency about how to respond and adapt quickly.
Lindsay Hall, Head of History at Clark Road Secondary in the Thames Valley District School Board, discusses the challenges facing teachers of history in the public school system.
Most sports awards and commemoration projects, like the many halls of fame that acknowledge the achievements and contributions of individuals and teams.
Making sense of my relationship to Treaty Six Territory as a Métis woman is a major foundation of my ethical duties as an Indigenous scholar.
Carlson explores the meaning of “community engaged history” by carefully probing each term.
In the nineteenth century, near present-day Sault Ste. Marie, Chief Shingwaukonse dreamt of a teaching wigwam where Anishinaabe children could learn vocational and academic skills.
This ActiveHistory series demonstrates the commitment that Indigenous people make to academia, our communities, and our families.
Christopher Moore, a member of our opening plenary round table at the New Directions in Active History Conference, discusses what he feels active history means, and how it is applicable to bridge gaps within the profession of history as well as historians and the public.
Similar to the First World War, during the Second World War STI rates rose, the absence of husbands and fathers in the home increased, and the perceived breakdown of the nuclear family put sexual instruction at the forefront of schools’ agendas.
Five of nine provinces in South Africa have declared a state of disaster.