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2017-8-18
RT : The brilliant fellow-Germanist and media theory whiz/translator Winthrop-Young on Pervitin, etc. in . https://t.co/TmyzpzqFNY
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2017-8-18
RT : Monuments are not history, they are myth. They don't tell us what happened, they tell us how certain people want to remember what happened.
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2017-8-18
RT : Dear , attached is our letter of resignation from the President's Committee on the Arts & the Human… https://t.co/KZSBDzvAYP
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2017-8-17
RT : now is a good time to go back to Constance Backhouse's chapter on the KKK in Canada in the 1920s and 30s: https://t.co/ctORfDNpBG
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2017-8-17
RT : My book : The Rise and Fall of Legal Rule in Post-Colonial Mexico, 1820-1900 - now out: https://t.co/2IHQ8rqxVH
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2017-8-17
RT : Unwritten Histories' Best New Articles from July 2017 include article by 's ass't prof !… https://t.co/YYnK1Era05
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2017-8-17
RT : LISTEN: 's Henry Yu on the history of white supremacy & anti-immigration rallies in the U.S. (at 9:16):… https://t.co/Lm0zIGRhxD
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2017-8-17
RT : "You’re not changing history... You’re changing how we remember history." ~ on altering monuments https://t.co/89mn95Dbbr
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2017-8-17
RT : Germany's main lesson for the U.S. now: There is no closure. My latest unpopular opinion. https://t.co/8ARZYH9cDV
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2017-8-17
RT : Call for themes for rogue ! Orgnze a gathering, give yrslf a nifty title. (Pirate Queen now taken.) https://t.co/iGLq3roA2W
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2017-8-16
RT : When you alter monuments, “you’re not changing history, you’re changing how we remember history.” https://t.co/i3PUdb2CeW
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2017-8-16
RT : How are historians responding to Trump's comments on Confed. monuments? NYT interviews a few, incl. https://t.co/89mn95UMA1

Positions

The Department of History at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver campus invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Instructor whose scholarship concerns war, conflict, or mass violence in non-Western contexts. This position offers opportunities to pursue a career in teaching and educational leadership at the university level, with engagement in innovative curriculum design and pedagogy in a collaborative teaching and learning community.

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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, 2017, pp. 125-138.

Recent Faculty Publications

Recent Student Publications

S. Greenhalgh, Edmonton's Local Heroes, in The Frontier of Patriotism, Alberta and the First World War, Calgary: University of Calgary Press, In Press.