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Lazy Historians, Disengaged Academics, and Over Paid Professors?

By Thomas Peace With thousands of Toronto-area teaching and research assistants out on strike as well as a very recent faculty strike¬†at the University of Northern British Columbia, opinion-makers have begun to draw up proposed solutions for the ailments of higher education. Not surprisingly, given the frequent attention it draws, most have targeted tenured and tenure stream faculty members as… Read more »

ActiveHistory Roundtable Discussion Recording

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http://activehistory.ca/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/Active-History-Roundtable-PART-ONE.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadYesterday, October 1st, the Graduate History Students Association at York University hosted their first Historians’ Craft of the year, which focused on the question of what Active History is. The title of the forum was “Hands On History: Keeping History Relevant”. It was a round table¬†discussion with guests Geoffrey Reaume, Victoria Freeman, Craig Heron… Read more »