History

And a Rector does what?

When Cam Yung talks about policy, he uses his hands.Continue...

Never forget, 9/11 continues to effect

Alongside the annual commemorations of those lost, the 15th anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center also marks something new: the first year that high school freshmen will be reading about 9/11 as a piece of history they weren’t alive for.Continue...

Looking through the stained glass of Kingston's history

The Agnes Etherington Art Centre has a new piece in its collection that combines art, history and politics into a story of Kingston’s beginnings.Continue...

Robert Sutherland’s lasting legacy

Robert Sutherland’s enrolment at Queen’s was and continues to be a significant part of the school’s history. As someone who’s remembered not only for surpassing Canadian milestones, but saving...Continue...

Purview artist talks at Modern Fuel

The Purview artist talks offered Kingston artists a think-tank setting for to share new ideas and criticism on their projects and future endeavours.Continue...

A Presbyterian past

Despite more than a century as a secular institution, vestiges of the University’s Presbyterian heritage continue to impact student life today.Continue...

Technology takeover

You might not think your history degree would ever have you digitizing the x-rays of a sarcophagus, but with the rise of digital humanities, it could be a reality.

This area of...Continue...

Social histories get a voice

For the past eight months, CFRC and Queen’s Archives have been collaborating on a revitalization of the Archives’ “Speaking Stones” website guide to the social history of Kingston.Continue...

Sir John A. a divisive figure

The legacy of Canada’s first Prime Minister is being debated in the lead-up to Sir John A. Macdonald’s bicentennial.Continue...

Forgotten adversaries

Ask around campus who Queen’s biggest rival is and you’re likely to hear a rousing chorus of “Wuck Festern”.Continue...

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