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Canadian History Roundup – Week of July 31, 2016

Three children diving into outdoor pool (August 1961) Chris Lund. Library and Archives Canada, e010976129 CC by 2.0

Three children diving into outdoor pool (August 1961) Chris Lund. Library and Archives Canada, e010976129 CC by 2.0

The latest in blog posts, news, and podcasts from the world of Canadian history.

 


That’s all for this week! It was rather quiet, hence a shorter than usual list. Don’t forget to check back on Tuesday for a brand new blog post. This month at Unwritten Histories we’re all about back to school. On Tuesday we will tackle the topic of how to write a syllabus for a Canadian history survey classes. You  can help me out by going to this link (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mUeo-uydtGmrE-zH_f-_DYEtjLCvhD6QwFIOvKQG7Vs/edit) and adding your suggestions for recommended readings for Canadian history survey classes. The goal is to create a crowd-sourced master syllabus to help new professors.

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2 Comments

  1. Ha, just a quibble, it’s Vowel with one “L” 😀

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