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Monthly Archives: April 2013

Vignette from Dr. Andrew

Our Frederictonian version of Ibn Battuta, Emerita Professor Dr. Sheila Andrew, shares an adventure she had in the early 21th Century Malian town of Timbuktu. “How blondes get haircuts in Timbuktu“

Faculty research activities: Dr. Torrie

Dr. Julia Torrie, Associate Professor and Chair of the History Department has received a General Research Grant from the Senate Research Committee to pursue her current project entitled “‘Living like God in France’: The German Forces of Occupation, 1940-44.” This project examines soldiers stationed in France during the German occupation, 1940-44. Though attracted by the […]

Adam Rinne ’12 to start a Masters at Simon Fraser University

Adam U. Rinne (History Honours ’12) sent this praiseworthy message to faculty in our Department: “I just wanted to take this opportunity to once again thank you all for taking the time to provide references or guidance during my latest graduate school hunt. Whether the reference was destined for Simon Fraser, Waterloo, or the University […]

Faculty research activities: Dr. Bittermann

Dr. Rusty Bittermann will be a panelist in the “Protest and Civil Liberties” plenary session of the Trudeau Foundation’s 2013 Summer Institute, May 13 to 17. The event is being held on Prince Edward Island this year and the theme is “Protest and Public Policy.” 2013 Trudeau Summer Institute