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Canada's rich inland fishing history

Canada's inland freshwater fish industry boomed at the start of the 20th Century.

Qualicum: Pedagogical Possibilities Part 2

Jonathan B. Fisher is a 2nd Year MA student in the Department of Educational Studies in the Faculty of Education at UBC. He attended the 2013 Qualicum conference and blogged his own thoughts about conference connections to Education.

Podcast: Michelle Hamilton on NCPH2013

The National Council on Public History is bringing it's annual conference to Ottawa April 17-20, 2013.

Manitoba Treaty Education Kit - Research Project

NRG Research Group and the Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba (TRCM) are working together to conduct a research study and are looking to speak with grade five and six teachers in Winnipeg and other parts of Manitoba.

Qualicum Conference 2013

Links to all the stories from Qualicum 2013.

Podcast Interview: Steven High

Canadians can learn a lot from stories of those who have suffered violence in their homelands. Dr. Steven High is preserving these stories to document the oral history of Montrealers displaced by violence.

Podcast: Building a 3D Archive

3D scanning technology has been around for a few years, but grad students at Dalhousie University are working to make it more accessible for researchers.

Petit-Cap Miracles and the Formation of a Community

Religion and spirituality were influential in the formation and survival of new settlements in New France.

Qualicum: Colonial Pasts and the Post Colonial Present

One of two panels at Qualicum to engage directly with colonialism, “Colonial Pasts and the Postcolonial Present” showcased new research about the power of historical representations in colonial and post-colonial environments.

Qualicum: New Perspectives in the History of Medicine

New research being presented at the 2013 Qualicum conference focused on diverse ways of constructing information about bodies, especially through anatomical analysis and medicine in military contexts.

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