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So Far and Yet so Close: Frontier Cattle Ranching in Western Prairie Canada and the Northern Territory of Australia published by University of Calgary Press

Congratulations to our Graduates

Long Night of the Tankers recognized by North American Society of Oceanic History

Wins a U Make a Difference Award

In the category of Established Scholar

Appointed resident scholar at the Carmargo Foundation in Cassis, France, for winter 2016

Third Annual Frank Eyck Memorial Lecture in German History

Chris Hyland receives Graduate Representative Council Distinguished Service Award

Reflections on a career devoted to Spanish-American history

Supervised by Dr. George Colpitts

Editor of the  Journal of the History of Sexuality speaks about her work

Poster session of student research in LAST 311

Claire Gjertsen will study mental illness and gender in the early Canadian penitentiary.

Melissa Glass will research seventeenth-century English crime chapbooks.

Dr. Ken MacMillan’s Stories of True Crime in Tudor and Stuart England has just been published by Routledge.

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