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Dr. Ken MacMillan was honoured with a 2014 University of Calgary Teaching Award on March 24, 2014, in the category of Full-Time Faculty (Full Professor). 

Dr. George Colpitts's launches new book entitled North America's Indian Trade in European Commerce and Imagination, 1580-1850.

Shannon Murray was recently awarded the prize for the best Graduate Student paper delivered at the Northern Great Plains History Conference in Hudson, Wisconsin. 

Dr. Jameson's research examines labour and civil rights in the United States in the twentieth century. Learn more

Dr. Stahnisch's research focuses on the history of neuroscience and psychiatry in Europe and North America. Learn more.

Documenting history in the eye of the storm

Christine Leppard recently defended her doctoral dissertation entitled "Fighting as a Colony? 1st Canadian Corps in Italy, 1943-1945" 


New Book: Pemmican Empire: Food, Trade, and the Last Bison Hunts in the North American Plains, 1780-1882.

Dr. Smith has excelled at leadership, research, teaching, and community service during the 35 years that he taught Canadian history at the university and this award is a fitting recognition of his work in highlighting and advancing the history of Calgary and Western Canada.

Russ Benneweiss recently defended his doctoral dissertation entitled "On War Planning: The 29th U.S. Infantry Division as a Case Study in Manning and Training an Army during the Second World War." 

Hendrik Kraay launches new book that studies the civic rituals of the Brazilian empire (1823-89).

Stuart Barnard recently received the RBC-Bodleian Visiting Fellowship at Oxford University, UK.