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2016-12-5
RT : Historical context for decision today: 2010-2016 largest resurgence of grassroots enviro activism since '70s
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2016-12-5
RT : Culturally sensitive residential care services for Asian Canadian seniors needed, says prof Henry Yu: https://t.co/CJzoNnjkhW
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2016-12-5
RT : In a time when lies rule it cant be enough for history just to walk its readers down memory lane; our pages need to fight for truth
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2016-12-3
RT : Academia is now incompatible with family life, thanks to casual contracts https://t.co/Fjka2uRV13
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2016-12-3
History classes are our best hope for teaching Americans to question fake news https://t.co/BDK8m1ZSje via
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2016-12-3
RT : The Web is the most important historical document of our age. Here's why historians worry about its future: https://t.co/Im6lT6YuSJ
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2016-12-2
RT : Americans skip more than a century's worth of historiography by holding on to the Great Man Theory https://t.co/OV0a1q9Pyz
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2016-12-2
Ukraine’s berry-pickers are reaping a radioactive bounty | Aeon Essays https://t.co/w8iWWYGvxB
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2016-12-1
RT : Canadian Parliamentary Historical Resources: Debates & Journals for both chambers https://t.co/Tgj3s0Oy0m
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2016-12-1
History as training in research and analysis, which are in short supply these days. https://t.co/k5NDTT2wnf
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2016-12-1
RT : When wilderness was strictly whites-only: https://t.co/gJVJ8X0eZC

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  • 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)
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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

P. Krause, "Iron and Steel Industry," "Andrew Carnegie," and "Homestead Lockout", in The Oxford Companion to United States History, P. Boyer and al, et New York: Oxford University Press, In Press.

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.