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How Historians Lost Their Public http://t.co/DU0Pg620VA via @chronicle ^tl
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2015-3-29
Tim Cheek & co. roundtable discussing "Under the Dome," banned Chinese enviro doc. Choi 120, Mon. Mar 30, 3:30pm http://t.co/gd3goYFIlb ^EG
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2015-3-29
@CarlaNappi interviews Christopher Phillips on The New Math of 1950s/60s. New Books in Science, Tech, Society http://t.co/MI4VFLhl7V ^EG
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2015-3-27
@alebronf Interviews Elizabeth Maddock Dillon on New World Drama: Performative Commons in the Atlantic World http://t.co/nzhzZ9gklZ ^EG
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2015-3-27
UBC MA Sam Fenn hosts Cited. Check out latest podcast, "Dissecting Bill C-51" at http://t.co/jKYZBGEasd
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2015-3-27
Eagle Glassheim's new article "Unsettled Landscapes: Czech and German Conceptions of Social and Ecological Decline" http://t.co/WZa4EByEDJ
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2015-3-27
Congratulations to Bob Brain on pub of The Pulse of Modernism: Physiological Aesthetics in Fin-de-Siècle Europe https://t.co/AZzxMssVxw
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2015-3-26
French historian Robert "Cat Massacre" Darnton will speak at UBC April 9! More info+registration (free) here http://t.co/YBGGYGYyEn ^tl
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2015-3-25
Come hear #histsci Prof. Lorraine Daston give the 2015 Straker Lecture @UBC_Arts 30 May! Info+registration here http://t.co/oSREgnsD3y ^tl
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2015-3-25
.@LooTina's 2015 McLean Lectures, "Moved by the State: Forced Relocations+a Good Life in Postwar Canada" are here http://t.co/4u3uJUSeyV ^tl
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2015-3-25
Congratulations to Courtney Booker, Sebastian Prange, Lara Silver+Colin Green on being in the Top 10% of Instructors in the @UBC_Arts! - TL
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2015-3-25
New Books interview with Anne Gorsuch on book, All This is Your World: Soviet Tourism at Home and Abroad After Stalin http://t.co/tjhz698C68

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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