The most alarming aspect of this issue is the consistent (and very intentional) violations of human and Indigenous rights that SL40 has experienced over the last century.
Five city councilors and the mayor of brantford have been pursuing the demolition of forty-one heritage buildings on the south side of colborne street in brantford.
Generally speaking, this is a good thing, and I believe that this is an effective strategy, especially at universities like these with substantial capacity to provide this curriculum.
Episode 1 with Guest Ian Milligan
Historians have a strong track record of shaping our public life.
Martial rape is, of course, not without precedence. Historically there are many recorded incidences of the use of rape in war.
We are seeing a move towards emergency remote teaching. These are not online courses in the sense that we are used to seeing, but they are better than nothing.
Now one might successfully argue that the number of recognized First Nations is inflated due to the divide and conquer tactics of colonialism, but this argument does not mean diversity does not exist.
In my role as an adviser on policy for a university Vice-Chancellor, the UK equivalent of President, perhaps my most important job is to ask our leader to ‘tell me the story’ when he’s consulting me on some issue or another.
The recent changes to the ‘standards’ for history textbooks in Texas go right to the heart of academics and their legitimacy as historians. The matter first came to my attention when the New York Times ran a story about the issue in mid-March.
Sagami Lake is an artificial lake located about 50 kilometers west of central Tokyo, and is an important part of the Sagami River system.
The Wildlands and Woodlands vision calls for a 50-year conservation effort to retain at least 70 percent of New England in forestland, permanently free from development.
The juxtaposition between mid-nineteenth century perspectives on oil gushers, and modern reactions to the current oil spill crisis, is quite striking.
A recent BBC news report highlights some of the key issues in a decades-long debate over heli-skiing in the european alps.
Today Foreign Ministers from the ‘Friends of Haiti Group’ are meeting with Jean-Max Bellerive, Haiti’s Prime Minister, and UN officials in Montreal to discuss both the current situation in Haiti and longer term plans for the country’s stabilization and reconstruction.
It helps us quench our thirst, wash our dishes, and clean our bodies, but a sense of its past often emerges only when its use is disrupted.