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22Nov2016
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The Animal Game: New Book by Dan Bender on the History of Zoos

Dan Bender, a history professor at the University of Toronto at Scarborough, has a new book exploring the history of zoos from the 1870s to the 1970s. In The Animal Game: Searching for Wildness at the...

14Sep2016
Four Views of a Drum courtesy of the British Museum

SSHRC 2015 Partnership Development Grant - Growing GRASAC: mobilizing Great Lakes indigenous heritage for the 21st century

UTSG Associate Professor Heidi Bohaker has been awarded a SSHRC Partnership Development grant worth $192,454 over two years, for "Growing GRASAC: mobilizing Great Lakes indigenous heritage for the 21s...

01Jun2016
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UTSG Professor Eric Jennings wins Prix des Ambassadeurs

Eric Jennings, Distinguished Professor of the History of France and the Francophonie, has received the Prix des Ambassadeurs of the Académie Française for his book La France libre fut africaine, r...

01Jun2016
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UTSC History Faculty Hosting Scarborough Fare Conference, 22-25 June 2016

From June 22 to 25, University of Toronto history faculty on the Scarborough campus will host the Joint 2016 Annual Meetings and Conference of the Association for the Study of Food and Society; the A...

01May2016
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CFP for “The Other 60s: A Decade That Shaped Canada and the World”

To mark the 150th Anniversary of Confederation, on Saturday 22 April 2017 the History Department, University of Toronto, will be hosting a day-long workshop titled “The Other 60s: A Decade That Shap...

01May2016
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Digital Teaching & Research project headed by Laurie Bertram on the Sex Trade in Toronto featured in Globe & Mail

Over the past year, Professor Laurie Bertram has been engaging her 400 level seminar students in a research project to plot the geographical location of the sex trade in 19th century Toronto: where we...

01Apr2016
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Michael Bliss is first historian to be inducted into the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame

On the 14th April, 2016, University Professor emeritus Michael Bliss was inducted into the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame (CMFH), the first time that this organization has so honoured an individual who...

01Mar2016
Banana workers stand in line during the 1954 strike in Honduras.

Prof. Kevin Coleman's work featured in Slate Magazine

Slate Magazine has published a story on Department of History Prof. Kevin Coleman’s book, A Camera in the Garden of Eden. Slate interviewed Prof. Coleman to ask about his formulation of the United F...

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