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2017-1-20
RT : Ronald Wright on 's new book, Indigenous London: "Into the Heart of Empire" https://t.co/tBml684Nvi
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2017-1-16
RT : In memory of , here's a post I wrote in 2012 on a Vancouver "Extra" Special house he designed in Strathcona https://t.co/cjrFZBnr1u
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2017-1-16
Finding Myself Through My College (history) Major, via https://t.co/afDnBoI4NH
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2017-1-16
RT : Dan Rodgers scans the landscape of "an open marketplace of truths, and it is not a happy state." https://t.co/xeelfb7SwX
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2017-1-16
RT : NYT publishes op ed by a student who explains why he’s a history major. It’s complicated (like history)! https://t.co/s5YSo9HlkL
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2017-1-16
RT : January Reflections on the Historical Problem of Women and Sexual Misconduct in Academia https://t.co/ukmUqRobuY
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2017-1-16
RT : This Wednesday at 3:30pm, the launch of Isles of Noise, by ! https://t.co/88fgI9jOLQ
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2017-1-16
Henry Yu article on the loss of Joe Wai and his contributions to Vancouver's history. https://t.co/d8HdgjxePG
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2017-1-14
RT : New study shows lecturing is likely not effective for developing problem-solving skills in students: https://t.co/vfTc2jiQzk
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2017-1-14
RT : Vancouver architect and heritage advocate Joe Wai dies https://t.co/ECtkRRF0GM via
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2017-1-14
RT : Native Americans of North America; 50 titles in the public domain, free & online https://t.co/kfEZ2m9DNj https://t.co/Us5vuRu5mI

Positions

  • Summer Session Term One (15 May to 30 June 2017)
  • Summer Session Term Two (4 July to 19 August 2017)
  • Winter Session Term One (September to December 2017)
  • Winter Session Term Two (January to April 2018)

Equity updates

History of China at UBC

The Department of History offers a complete set of courses on China for undergraduates and provides graduate students with training in fields from the Ming dynasty to the Republic congruent with the expertise of its faculty. Please browse through this History Department sub-site and learn more about our research and teaching programs.

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Careers for Historians

Welcome to Careers for Historians. This is a resource for history students to explore career options. It’s for those who are considering pursuing studies in history, for those who already have a history degree (undergraduate or graduate) and are wondering about what career paths exist, and for faculty members to refine how they advise their students.

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In Press

L. Ishiguro, Northwestern North America (Canadian West) to 1900, in The Routledge Handbook of the History of Settler Colonialism, E. Cavanagh and Veracini, L. New York: Routledge, In Press.

Recent Faculty Publications

Recent Student Publications

Fortean Times C. Laursen and Cropper, P., The Baldoon Mystery, Fortean Times, no. 315, pp. 30-39, 2014.