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- 2012-13 Work study positions are now posted!
- Dr. Marks wins Marion Dewar Prize!
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- Deadline to apply for McKinnon scholarship extended!
- Dr. Eric Sager wins the 2012 Paz Buttedahl Career Achievement Award
- Seminar Discussion with Michael Gilsenan
- Scholarship opportunities!
- Lecture on the Future of Digital Research
- The City Talks - Seeing Like a City
- W. Kaye Lamb Essay Scholarships
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- A Lead Up to War? Panel Discussion On U.S.-Iranian Relations
- Summer 2012 course offerings
- Lecture with Distinguished Women Scholar Dr. Paula Fass
- A Commemorative Symposium, 70th Anniversary of Japanese Canadian Uprooting: Reconciling a Difficult Past
- How a historian became a CEO
- Lansdowne Lecture: Dr. Kelly DeVries on the Siege of Rhodes
- Registration for the 2012 Qualicum Conference is OPEN!
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History as Memory's Aggravation and Memory as History's Leaky Repository: Reflections on Modern Global History - 2014-11-27
July 28th 2014 marked the 100th anniversary of the start of that terrible war, World War I, also remembered as the Great War. That anniversary brought to the fore what societies remember, how they remember, and especially why they remember.
Location: DAVID TURPIN BUILDING- A102
Times:16:30 - 18:00
Free and open to the public
Claims that Ebola or AIDS are divine punishment coexist uneasily with scientific approaches to disease. What are we to make of the conflict? Dr.Mitchell Hammond (History) explores the origins of a modern conundrum in the history of Europe after the Black Death of 1348.
Mitchell Hammond is an Assistant Professor in the History Department at the University of Victoria. He specializes in European history and the history of medicine.
Location:St. Philip's Anglican Church, 2928 Eastdowne Road, Oak Bay -
Times:19:00 - 20:00
Free and open to the public.