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Feature Story: The Conversation: Who are Canada’s ‘most historically significant’ women?
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2018-11-16)
When it comes to women’s history in this country, most Canadians could use a refresher, according to a recent poll conducted by Historica Canada about the history of women in Canada. Media outlets like the Globe and Mail ...
Release: Is Justice Served by Pardoning Executed Canadian Soldiers?
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2009-11-06)
Was the British government right to pardon executed Canadian soldiers? This will be the topic of discussion at the latest Coffee House Controversies lecture, presented by the Faculty of Arts, on November 10 at 7:30 p.m. ...
Release: Dr. Ross King to examine impact of WWI on the Group of Seven
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2014-10-10)
Members of the media are invited to attend a lecture entitled Brushes with Death: The Great War and the Group of Seven. This is the second of four lectures planned this fall as part of the series ‘1914: A Turning Point in ...
Feature Story: History Department celebrating scholarly research and community engagement
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2017-12-04)
The Department of History has plenty of reasons to celebrate. The research of the department’s faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students is in great demand these days from book publishers, research journals, prestigious ...
Release: People's Princesses: Why Do We Love Them?
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2009-02-25)
Princess Diana created a new level of interest in the British monarchy around the world. Her celebrity status, her falling out with the royal family, and her divorce from the Prince of Wales were eagerly reported by the ...