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Premier bulletin de Penser Historiquement pour l’avenir du Canada, “Penser l’histoire!”

Nous sommes heureux de partager notre premier bulletin de nouvelles de Penser Historiquement pour l’avenir du Canada, “Penser l’histoire!” avec vous. Nous publierons notre bulletin plusieurs fois par an pour fournir des mises à jour sur le projet et pour communiquer avec le grand public sur le travail passionnant que nous faisons! Ces bulletins seront […]

Inaugural newsletter: Thinking History!

We are pleased to share our first Thinking Historically for Canada’s Future newsletter, Thinking History! with you. We will be publishing our newsletter several times a year to provide partnership updates and to communicate with the broader public about the exciting work we are doing! These newsletters will also be posted on thinking-historically.ca under the […]

Connection, not real-time teaching, is priority for crisis education

Thinking Historically co-investigator Kristina Llewellyn co-authors (with Jennifer Llewellyn) an op-ed for The Star on teaching during the COVID19 pandemic: “Connection, not real-time teaching, is priority for crisis education.” Congrats!

Nicholas Ng-A-Fook launches the FooknConversation Podcast

Congratulations to team member Nicholas Ng-A-Fook on the creation of the FooknConversation podcast! Several members of the Thinking Historically team have already joined Nicholas in conversation – check out the podcast here!

Check out “The Conversation” article by team members Dagenais and McKay!

Thinking Historically Co-investigators Maxime Dagenais and Ian McKay, of the Wilson Institute for Canadian History, wrote a piece for The Conversation on October 1970, the War Measure/Emergencies Act, and COVID-19. Congratulations!