Grad Student Elise Bigley creates Holocaust Memorial Project video


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The Centre for Holocaust Education and Scholarship (CHES) at the Zelikovitz Centre for Jewish Studies at Carleton is documenting and preserving the testimonies of Ottawa Holocaust survivors to allow future generations to hear and see the people who experienced and witnessed the genocidal policies and crimes of the Nazis and their collaborators. The recordings and…

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Congratulations to the producers of "Losing Steam," and "I Did It All For You"…


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Professors  Dominique Marshall, Pamela Walker and David Dean had a difficult time choosing among the four historical documentaries on view at the Film Night on Thursday April 7.  Four teams of undergraduates presented their historical documentaries produced in Michael Ostroff’s popular 4th year seminar, HIST 4302 Making Documentary History. The judges noted that the filmmakers…

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Susanne Klausen wins a Wellcome Trust Research Bursary. - Department of History


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Susanne Klausen wins a Wellcome Trust Research Bursary. Professor Susanne Klausen has won a prestigious research bursary from the Wellcome Trust, a biomedical research charity based in London, United Kingdom. The Wellcome Trust was established in 1936 with legacies from the pharmaceutical magnate Sir Henry Wellcome to fund research to improve human and animal health. Klausen’s…

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The #Underhill22 Graduate Student Colloquium in Tweets (with images) · shawnanctil · Storify


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Shawn Anctil has put together a snapshot of the Underhill  Graduate Colloquium from a  curated list of 1,000+ tweets. Explore: The #Underhill22 Graduate Student Colloquium in Tweets (with images) · shawnanctil · Storify

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The #Underhill22 Graduate Student Colloquium in Tweets (with images) · shawnanctil · Storify

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