Publications, Research and Student Projects
Prof Guberman receives PPG for sexual harassment literature review
Congratulations to Prof Connie Guberman on receiving the UTSC Pedagogical/Professional Development Grant (PPG) to work on a literature review, Sexual Harassment/Sexual Misconduct in Universities: Prevalence, Impacts, Strategies for Change.
Over the past 20 years, much work has
Dr. Aarzoo Singh received SCA Award for WSTC02H3
Dr. Aarzoo Singh received a Student Centered Action Award for the final class of her WSTC02H3 Feminist Qualitative Research in Action course this past week where students were treated to delicious snacks, and presented their final research projects to their peers and invited
HCS West Hallway Mural Complete
Spotted some colour in the MW building lately? That's right, the mural in the HCS west hallway is complete! The mural was painted by artist Mo Thunder, Indigenous Academic Advisor & Career Support, Brittney Jaikaran, and a team of Indigenous students. We would like to thank
Dr. Tracy Spurrier shares a video of her excavation site in Mosul, Iraq
HCS Remembers Martin Arno
It is with great sadness that we share the news of the sudden passing of Martin Arno. Always kind, cheerful and willing to help, he served as an instructor and TA for many of our Classical Studies and Religion courses over the years while pursuing his PhD in the Department of
Prof William Nelson discusses the French Revolution on Ideas with Nahlah Ayed
In the November 1st episode of Ideas with Nahlah Ayed titled "The Year 1789: More Than One Revolution", Prof William Nelson discusses the French Revolution along with Karen Valihora, Professor of English, York University, and Darryl Dee, Professor of History, Wilfred Laurier
Profs Joshua Arthurs and Suleyman Dost receive SSHRC Connections Grants
Congratulations to Professors Joshua Arthurs and Suleyman Dost who have been awarded SSHRC Connections Grants for their upcoming conferences and workshops!
Prof. Dost's international conference will take place in April 2023 and is titled “Re-evaluating Methodological
HCS Remembers Nancy El-Gindy
It is with great sadness that we share the news of the passing of Nancy El-Gindy. She is remembered at HCS as an excellent TA in our history and women's and gender studies courses who expertly led tutorials and was always generous with helping and providing feedback to students
Prof Joshua Arthurs discusses the Italian election with Profil
Austria's leading news magazine, Profil, recently did an extensive interview with Prof Joshua Arthurs on the Italian election. Read the full article (in German) at: https://www.profil.at/ausland/historiker-ueber-melonis-partei-wurzeln-liegen-in-der-faschistischen-zeit/402158598.
Prof Dinani publishes new article in the Journal of Historical Geography
Congratulations to Prof Husseina Dinani on the recent publication of her article "‘Not a true cyclone’: Colonial officials' discursive tactics and responses to the 1952 cyclone in Southern Province and intra-territorial competition in Tanganyika." in the Journal of Historical