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Congratulations to Alan Durston on his new book: "Escritura en quechua y sociedad serrana en transformación: Perú, 1920-1960"

  Dear Colleagues: This department's output comes in many languages, and our colleague, Alan Durston has just produced a new book in Spanish.  Below please find the translated summary of the book, and the table of contents in Spanish.  Please join me in congratulating Alan on his new publication. Thabit ________________________ Escritura en quechua y […]

Jonathan Edmondson awarded internationally prestigious diploma as a new Corresponding Member of the German Archaeological Institute

Dear Colleagues: It comes as no surprise to us who know Jonathan that he has recently been awarded the internationally prestigious diploma as a new Corresponding Member of the German Archaeological Institute. The Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (DAI), founded in 1829, is one of the leading international archaeological organizations. Formally part of Germany's Ministry of Foreign […]

Congratulations to Molly Ladd-Taylor: "Fixing the Poor" shortlisted for the 2019 Wallace K. Ferguson Book Award

Dear colleagues: We have just heard that Molly Ladd-Taylor's book, Fixing the Poor, is shortlisted for the 2019 Wallace K. Ferguson Book award. This prestigious prize recognizes the outstanding scholarly book in a field of history other than Canadian history. The winner will be announced on 4 June. This is already a magnificent accomplishment. Congratulations Molly! Thabit

Inhabited Pedagogies: Reports from the Field. Read the blog about Tom Cohen's workshop; chaired by David Koffman

Source:  Teaching Commons @ York - Blog 117 https://teachingcommons.yorku.ca/blog-117/ Inhabited Pedagogies: Reports from the Field By Lisa Endersby and Natasha May On March 14, 2019, three colleagues from the Teaching Commons attended a session titled Inhabited Pedagogy: A Cross-Disciplinary Teaching Workshop. This session was an opportunity to learn more about the various ways that faculty […]

Congratulations to Gilberto Fernandes, Carolyn Podruchny, Alan Corbiere and Anong Beam - Awarded the prestigious Lieutenant Governor’s Ontario Heritage Award for Excellence in Conservation

[Read the YFile article here] Dear Colleagues: This past Friday, 22 February, I was at Queen's Park to applaud as our colleagues, Gilberto Fernandes, Carolyn Podruchny, Alan Corbiere and Anong Beam were awarded the prestigious Lieutenant Governor's Ontario Heritage Award for Excellence in Conservation.  It is truly an honour that members our department received two […]