Reminder! "Careers after Grad school in History" workshop TODAY!
Dive into the past. Shape the future.
An understanding of history is crucial. We need to understand the paths that brought societies to where they are today. History gives us the tools to reflect on who we are, where we have come from, and where we might go. Exploring the past is also exciting and intellectually challenging, particularly when you work with our great researchers and teachers.
Dr. John Lutz
Chair, Department of History
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Cafe Historique on Monday October 31 6:30 - 8:30pm - “The US Election in Perspective: A Roundtable Discussion" The ongoing US presidential campaign has unfolded like none other in recent memory—with the personalities, pasts and proclamations of both candidates providing observers with continual fodder for discussion, debate and, all too often, derision. But there are also perspectives not yet covered in the public discourse, which can help us better understand this historic election in broader contexts. A diverse group of UVic historians and political scientists will address these perspectives, as well as audience questions. Dr Janni Aragon, Political Science Dr Neilesh Bose, History Dr Michael J. Prince, Human and Social Development Dr Andrew Wender, History and Political Science Hermann’s Jazz Club, 753 View St., Victoria Tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/the-us-election-in-perspective-a-roundtable-discussion-tickets-28609786642
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