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“Reading” Film in the History Classroom

“Reading” Film in the History Classroom

Dominique Brégent-Heald is an Associate Professor in the Department of History at Memorial University of Newfoundland. There, she teaches courses in American film history...

Take Five with Michelle Hamilton and Michael Dove

Take Five with Michelle Hamilton and Michael Dove

By Danielle Kinsey   In March 2018, Professors Michelle Hamilton and Michael Dove, both public historians in the department of history at the University of Western Ontario,...

Take Six with Mairi Cowan

Take Six with Mairi Cowan

Take Six with Mairi Cowan By Danielle Kinsey and Mairi Cowan   In October 2018, Professor Mairi Cowan, a specialist in the medieval and early modern histories of Scotland...

Interview with Andrew Parnaby

Interview with Andrew Parnaby

When talking about the ways to approach a teaching and learning blog, we tasked ourselves with reaching out to colleagues across the country. Historians working in Canada can...

Introducing the CHA’s Teaching and Learning Blog

Introducing the CHA’s Teaching and Learning Blog

Let me start this blog by making a bold, unstudied, anecdotal, entirely presentist, and not unemotional statement: teaching history is way harder than it used to be.   I...

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