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News Tag: Research

27Feb2019
Julie MacArthur in studio

Julie MacArthur - Destination: Africa

Listen to the interview on Soundcloud On today’s episode of the VIEW to the U podcast we are talking mapping borders and territories and its impact on identities in Africa in the late 19th and early...

21Dec2018

Nhung Tran spills "Secrets from 17th Century Vietnam"

Listen to the CDTS Podcast with Kevin Lewis O'Neill here! The history of the Catholic Church is deeply guarded. But what was it really like to be a Vietnamese Catholic during the 17th and 18th century...

19Dec2018
St Lawrence Market circa 1888

Jeffrey Pilcher and Daniel Bender share what's on the (19th-century) Christmas menu

What was Christmas dinner like in the 19th century? A holiday feast in Victorian Toronto would look different than one today, but many traditions were similar. “If you were sitting at a typical di...

16Oct2018

Heidi Bohaker comments on rare find of 340-year-old map of Toronto

Geographer Rick Laprairie has been studying early maps of the Great Lakes for about 25 years, but he recently came across what he calls "a piece of Toronto history that no one else had really noticed"...

14Sep2018

Sean Mills Named to Royal Society of Canada's College for Emerging Scholars

Democracy is under threat in many places globally, from the suppression of voting rights and influence of money in political campaigns to the collapse of longstanding democratic institutions. For Yas...

12Jul2018
Order of Canada medals

Bob Bothwell named to Order of Canada

More than two dozen leading lights associated with the University of Toronto have been recognized by the Order of Canada – one of the country's highest civilian honours. The long list of luminaries...

27Jun2018
University Professor Lynne Viola

Lynne Viola awarded Molson Prize for Stalinist Perpetrators on Trial

University Professor Lynne Viola of the Faculty of Arts & Science’s department of history has been named one of two recipients of the Canada Council for the Arts’ prestigious Thomas Henry Pe...

25Jun2018
Cover image from Red Saxony

Jim Retallack interviewed by The New Books Network, for Red Saxony (2017)

The New Books Network recently interviewed Jim Retallack about his book Red Saxony, published in 2017. The 62-minute podcast can be accessed here: Red Saxony: Election Battles and the Spectre of Demo...

05Jun2018
Tamara Walker

Tamara Walker wins Connaught New Researcher Award

It was in Seville, Spain, that Tamara Walker experienced a breakthrough while researching the complex relationship between Black slaves and pirates in colonial Latin America. Working inside the Gene...

22May2018
Image of Prof. Susan Hill

Susan Hill awarded the 2018 NAISA Best First Book Award

The Department of History is pleased to announce that Professor Susan Hill has been awarded the prestigious 2018 Best First Book Award from the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAIS...

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